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Seattle Shopping

Seattle is an exciting shopping destination with unique shopping districts that offer distinctive personalities and a diversity of retail experiences - from the energy of downtown to the hip boutiques of the U District to explore the nearby shopping and deals Red Lion Hotel Seattle has to offer. Discover fabulous shopping near this Seattle, WA hotel in the downtown area, with over 10-million square feet of retail space and an espresso stand on every corner. Indulge in shopping galore along Fifth Avenue, where you'll find boutiques, shops and galleries. Browse the national stores like Macy's Northwest, along with a mix of specialty shops and departments stores at Westlake Mall and Pacific Place. Walk over the skybridge from Pacific Place to Nordstrom's flagship store. Gaze at the magical holiday decorations during December.

 

International District

Located at Maynard Ave and Weller St, this exotic shopping district will transport you to the sights, tastes and sounds of Asia. This colorful consortium of shops, restaurants and cafes represents more than a dozen cultures including Chinese, Japanese and Pacific Islander.

 

Capitol Hill District

A great place to see the unusual, Capitol Hill caters to the hip and trendy generation. Adjacent to downtown, this funky shopping district features numerous retro clothing stores and playful boutiques with the newest fashion trends.

 

Queen Anne

This stylish, professional area features beautiful Victorian homes and hip shops filled with jewelry, clothes and home furnishings.

 

University

Surrounding the University of Washington, the "U District" caters to the young, collegiate crowd with a mix of upscale shops, chain stores and independent boutiques, many offering bargains for the college budget.

 

Artists Republic of Fremont

The artsy, funky roots of this distinct neighborhood northwest of Seattle have been transformed by new development into a swankier neighborhood of shops and restaurants. Moms with strollers and software programmers browse retro and vintage stores for that unique modern find.