• Seattle Hotels Gift Holiday Packages

     
    POSTED November 12, 2019
     

This holiday, the Emerald City will be sparkling like never before. For both locals and visitors, many Seattle hotels will be offering an array of promotions and packages that showcase the best the city has to offer. 

Packages will showcase many of Seattle’s holiday traditions, shopping, new events, and family-friendly fun. Hyatt Regency Seattle is the official hotel of Enchant Christmas at T-Mobile Field, so their package includes an upgraded view guest room, complimentary daily valet parking, and two tickets to Enchant Christmas. Sheraton Grand Seattle is hosting the Gingerbread Village, all of which proceeds benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Guests may pair this village wonderland experience with Sheraton’s “Book and Save” package, which provides a discount of up to 20 percent off the best available rate when a stay is prepaid at least three days in advance.  

For those visiting Seattle’s downtown shopping district, the Westin Seattle is offering a Nordstrom Holiday Package. The package includes a $100 Nordstrom gift card per each night you stay in the hotel. Warwick Seattle is also offering the “Bah! Humbug!” package which includes a 10% off shopping pass to Macy’s and Pan Pacific is offering a $50 AMEX gift card with each hotel stay.  

Whether you’re looking to stay in a luxury, big-name hotel or a small boutique hotel, Seattle’s dazzling holiday hotel scene has something for everyone. The holiday season is a perfect time to experience the waterfront city while taking full advantage of the deals and packages being offered.  

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