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    • Update: Face coverings are required in public areas at all hotels in the U.S. and Canada. Beginning August 10, 2020, they will be required at all hotels in the Americas. Learn more
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    Great Outdoors

    There are parks aplenty in Seattle alone, like Alki Beach, Gas Works Park, and Lake Washington, and that’s before you consider the more intrepid outdoor destinations like Mt. Rainier.  Here, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for true Seattle activities like hiking, biking, and getting out on the water--just be sure to bring a rain jacket.

    Great Outdoors

    1

    Alki Beach

    Alki Beach Park is a long beach strip that runs from Alki Point to Duwamish Head on Elliott Bay and is perfect for a easy 2.5 mile walk any time of the year. GET DIRECTIONS.
    2

    Argosy Cruises

    Argosy Cruises offers 5 narrated sightseeing tours in and around Seattle, in addition to private charters & events across the Sound GET DIRECTIONS.
    3

    Ballard Locks

    Ballard Locks is a National Historic site locking 50,000 vessels a year and offers salmon viewing and relaxing botanical garden. GET DIRECTIONS.
    4

    Burke-Gilman Trail

    The Burke-Gilman Trail is a popular recreational trail for walkers, runners, cyclists, skaters and commuters spanning over 27 miles. GET DIRECTIONS.
    5

    Center for Wooden Boats

    The Center for Wooden Boats is a museum dedicated to preserving and documenting the maritime history of the Pacific Northwest GET DIRECTIONS.
    6

    Discovery Park

    Discovery Park is Seattle's largest park on the shores of Puget Sound in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle with over 11 miles of walking trails. GET DIRECTIONS.
    7

    Gas Works Park

    Gas Works Park is a 19 acre park on the site of the former Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant with panoramic views of Lake Union. GET DIRECTIONS.
    8

    Kenmore Air

    Taking a seaplane flight is a quintessential Pacific Northwest experience and Kenmore Air makes it easy to enjoy the unique thrill of flying off the water and soaring over one of the most beautiful regions in the world. GET DIRECTIONS.
    9

    Let's Go Sailing

    Let's Go Sailing offers public sails throughout the day, to private charters having 'your own yacht', their boats are perfect for families and corporate events alike. GET DIRECTIONS.
    10

    Moss Bay

    Moss Bay is waterfront rental service featuring kayak and paddleboard rentals, private tours, lessons & children’s camps. GET DIRECTIONS.
    11

    Olympic Sculpture Park

    The Olympic Sculpture Park, created and operated by the Seattle Art Museum, is a park, free and open to the public consisting of a 9-acres of outdoor sculptures and beachfront. GET DIRECTIONS.
    12

    Washington State Ferries

    Largest fleet of ferries in the United States at 22 vessels, carrying 22 million passengers annually. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Great Outdoors

    Alki Beach

    Alki Beach Park is a long beach strip that runs from Alki Point to Duwamish Head on Elliott Bay and is perfect for a easy 2.5 mile walk any time of the year. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Argosy Cruises

    Argosy Cruises offers 5 narrated sightseeing tours in and around Seattle, in addition to private charters & events across the Sound GET DIRECTIONS.

    Ballard Locks

    Ballard Locks is a National Historic site locking 50,000 vessels a year and offers salmon viewing and relaxing botanical garden. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Burke-Gilman Trail

    The Burke-Gilman Trail is a popular recreational trail for walkers, runners, cyclists, skaters and commuters spanning over 27 miles. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Center for Wooden Boats

    The Center for Wooden Boats is a museum dedicated to preserving and documenting the maritime history of the Pacific Northwest GET DIRECTIONS.

    Discovery Park

    Discovery Park is Seattle's largest park on the shores of Puget Sound in the Magnolia neighborhood of Seattle with over 11 miles of walking trails. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Gas Works Park

    Gas Works Park is a 19 acre park on the site of the former Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant with panoramic views of Lake Union. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Kenmore Air

    Taking a seaplane flight is a quintessential Pacific Northwest experience and Kenmore Air makes it easy to enjoy the unique thrill of flying off the water and soaring over one of the most beautiful regions in the world. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Let's Go Sailing

    Let's Go Sailing offers public sails throughout the day, to private charters having 'your own yacht', their boats are perfect for families and corporate events alike. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Moss Bay

    Moss Bay is waterfront rental service featuring kayak and paddleboard rentals, private tours, lessons & children’s camps. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Olympic Sculpture Park

    The Olympic Sculpture Park, created and operated by the Seattle Art Museum, is a park, free and open to the public consisting of a 9-acres of outdoor sculptures and beachfront. GET DIRECTIONS.

    Washington State Ferries

    Largest fleet of ferries in the United States at 22 vessels, carrying 22 million passengers annually. GET DIRECTIONS.

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    Where Seattle gets social. By design.

    Make your way to the fifth floor on 5th Avenue for downtown Seattle’s best rooftop happy hour hotspot, Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails — consistently voted among the best rooftop bars in America.

    Come for the handcrafted cocktails, stay for Chef Adam Stevenson’s locally-inspired menu, featuring wild seafood, foraged mushrooms and the best of the Pacific Northwest.

    And do come to play. Warmed by two gorgeous outdoor fireplaces and vibrant lighting in edgy urban patio style, you’ll want to start some mischief of your own with a little shuffleboard, LED ping-pong and a rotating cast of live Seattle musicians and DJs.

    Open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner — and weekends for brunch. See what’s on the menu or reserve your table below.

    BOOK A TABLE AT FROLIK KITCHEN + COCKTAILS