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The Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle
411 University Street
Seattle, Washington 98101
Phone: (206) 621-1700
FAX: (206) 682-9633

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Friday
Light rain. Cloudy. Cool.
50/46 °F
10/8°C
Saturday
Tons of rain. Overcast. Cool.
51/45 °F
11/8°C
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Rain. Overcast. Cool.
54/50 °F
12/10°C
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About Seattle, WA

Located along the Puget Sound in the shadow of Mount Rainier, Seattle is known as both the "Emerald City" and the "Star of the Pacific Northwest." The fashionable locale offers a hip, urban environment influenced by outdoor style and activities. Once a thriving port town that served the timber industry, Seattle is famous these days for coffee and microchips. When you visit, make sure not to miss the Space Needle or Pike Place Market. It's even likely that rainy days won't dampen your fun when you sightsee, shop, and sample exceptional foods in this vibrant city. Seattle, after all, is young at heart and still defining itself as the young are wont to do.
Seattle, WA Factoid
The early days of Seattle are literally buried underground, so prepare for a unique subterranean journey. After a fire destroyed the downtown in 1889, the city's streets and sidewalks were raised up to their current level. When you visit the lower depths, you'll get a taste of Seattle's early pioneers and a historical view of how the city rebuilt itself.

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