The Pacific Northwest unfolds before you at The Westin Bellevue, located just 20 minutes from Seattle. Set amid rolling hills framed by Lake Washington to the west and Lake Sammamish to the east, this beautiful city offers breathtaking views of snowcapped mountains, with Mount Rainier rising majestically to the south. Our idyllic location affords endless opportunities for recreation, including hiking, skiing (both water and snow), golf, and wine tours. Outdoor enthusiasts can begin their stay sailing on Meydenbauer Bay or sampling varietals at the many vineyards in Woodinville, including Chateau St. Michelle, Columbia Winery, and Redhook Brewery.
If you’re looking forward to a day on the links, you’ll find no shortage of options in the area. The Golf Club at Newcastle combines dramatic views and undulating terrain for an extraordinary golf experience on the club’s signature Coal Creek course. Bellevue Municipal Golf Course provides a good round for beginning and intermediate golfers, with a fair number of hazards for a municipal course. Located in the Sammamish Valley, Willows Run is a beautiful championship-caliber golf course complex, complete with two 18-hole, links-style courses, a driving range, practice putting green, and bunker.
Of course, there’s always something to do in the immediate area. A short walk from the hotel will bring you to The Bellevue Collection, featuring the city’s premier restaurants, entertainment, and shops. Browse the racks at Hugo Boss and Burberry, or enjoy a glass of wine and savory Italian fare at Palomino. If you’re looking for a night out on the town, catch a movie at Lincoln Square Cinemas, go bowling at Lucky Strike, or cue up for a game of pool at Parlor.
Families traveling with children will delight in Kid’s Cove at Bellevue Square, located on the third floor. Parents can grab a latte from Tully’s coffee while their kids enjoy the many climbing toys. Entertain the troops at Gymboree Play & Music, and add a sweet conclusion to your day at Pinkabella Cupcakes—both just steps away.
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