Discover of the city’s most prominent landmarks, located within walking distance of our hotel close to the Space Needle. Built for the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle, this observation tower is an icon of the Pacific Northwest. Come for a breathtaking view of the Seattle skyline and stay to experience the Mountain Range and surrounding islands that are also visible. Walk just half a mile from our hotel close to the Space Needle to visit one of Seattle’s cornerstones.
The world’s first revolving glass floor, “The Loupe” offers a completely new way to see the city. Constructed of 10 layers of bonded glass, the floor has been engineered for complete safety. Each revolution takes 47 minutes and features 360-degree views of Seattle, Elliott Bay, Mount Rainier, and the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.