Send them to iconic sights—Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Mount Rainier, Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges and all the leafy, green parks in between. Then sprinkle in a few gems like fresh, local seafood (oysters, salmon, crab) or locally-brewed beer (amber, pale ale, porter) and a day trip or two to boat around Puget Sound or hike an alpine trail.
Seattle offers urban entertainment day and night (world-class theater and restaurants) as well as access to outdoor adventures in three national parks—Olympic National Park (think ocean beaches and rainforest), Mount Rainier National Park (think 14,000-foot volcano) and the North Cascades National Park (think wilderness)—and much more.
Ideas to whet your client’s appetite for Seattle…
Wine: Washington wineries are sprouting up like grapes on a vine with rave reviews by international wine critics. The state has the second-largest wine-producing region in the country (after California) and your clients can sample local wines around Seattle or tour the wineries in Yakima Valley, Walla Walla or Woodinville.