Hotel at a Glance: Hotel Max Hotel Max brims with original artwork. Pop-art paintings, sculptures, and screenprints, including an authentic Andy Warhol, decorate the lobby. Above ground level, the works of Seattle photographers cover guest room doors, with each floor dedicated to one artist, and framed poster art hangs in individual rooms. The fifth floor (nicknamed the Sup Pop floor) is especially iconic: images captured by grunge-era photographer Charles Peterson line the hallways, while a Crosley turntable and vinyl selection curated by Sub Pop Records live in each guest room. One of Seattle’s best: Readers of Conde Nast Traveler named it one of the best hotels in Seattle in 2017. Pet-friendly digs: Furry companions get their own amenities here, including a pet bed, food and water bowls, a toy, and lots of treats. A James Beard Award-winning chef cooks 75-day dry-aged beef and fresh seafood on a nine-foot-long wood-fired grill inside Miller’s Guild. Craft beers: Enjoy full pints of craft beer on the house, every day from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the lobby. Sleep easy: Pillow-top mattresses and a specialty pillow menu ensure guests get a restful night’s sleep. Coffee and tea are brewed every morning in the lobby. Belltown, Seattle: Popular Artsy Neighborhood just North of Downtown Located about a mile north of downtown Seattle, Belltown is the city’s most densely populated neighborhood and a great place to experience the spirit of the city. Naturally, that involves coffee (Seattle ranked behind only Portland on Travel + Leisure’s 2014 list of America’s Best Coffee Cities). In Belltown, you’ll find top-notch coffee shops such as Street Bean Coffee, a nonprofit space serving sustainable, locally roasted coffee and artisan pastries. Mixed in with the neighborhood’s java dispensaries and trendy restaurants are an array of art galleries. About a half mile south is Pike Place Market, one of Seattle’s most renowned attractions. Locals and out-of-towners alike flock to this semi-open-air marketplace to shop for fresh produce, fish, flowers, and meat. Come early in the morning to see the market’s fishmongers do what they’re famous for: tossing the day’s catch back and forth.View Company website
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China Lights is a traditional Chinese lantern festival that ushers intricate, illuminated lanterns (glowing dragons, pagodas, fantasy characters, and the like) crafted by Chinese artisans to venues around the world.
During this celebration of Asian art and culture, festival guests may learn about the hand-crafted lanterns during guided tours, or participate in an interactive nightly parade that draws from Chinese traditions developed over the past 400 years. Alternatively, participants may simply wander through the dazzling paradise of lights, sampling authentic Chinese fare, taking in calligraphy demos, and enjoying performances by talented performers that expertly balance jars and juggle umbrellas.
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