Welcome to Seattle
While food and drink are reason enough to celebrate, there is so much more to see and do in Seattle during Taste Washington. Indulge in shopping before the Red & White Party, peruse museums after Taste Washington on the Farm or see a show before The New Vintage. And, after sampling incredible bites during the Grand Tasting, treat yourself to dinner at one of Seattle’s award winning restaurants.
So whether you are traveling from out of state or are a Seattle resident, Taste Washington is the perfect excuse for exploring all that the Emerald City has to offer! To start planning your trip, visit visitseattle.org.
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Taste Washington Hotel Package
– 2-night stay in a Deluxe King (3/23-3/25)
– $40 dining credit at Rider
– Complimentary valet parking for one vehicle
– Washington wine amenity
Starting at $259.00 + tax per night
Silver Cloud Hotel – Seattle Stadium
Guests receive a complimentary bottle of Washington wine with keepsake glasses and a special Taste Washington room rate. The hotel is located directly across the street from the Grand Tasting.
Taste Washington rates start at $199 for a King, $209 for two Queens; taxes additional.
Guests enjoy a Taste Washington Bed and Breakfast Package with a special room rate in premier accommodations and $15 per person for in-room dining or at Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails.
Taste Washington guests enjoy up to 30% off best available rates for all room types, and receive a welcome bottle of Washington State favorite Hedges, Les Gosses Syrah, Red Mountain, WA (list price $90).