There are two Downtown Seattle Malls where you can get your holiday shopping, holiday goods, and self-deserving splurges. You’ll have your heart desires meant with the various stores in the Downtown Seattle area.
Visiting Seattle for the Holidays.
Seattle is beautiful during the winter, with winter lights on the trees and the big Christmas tree that is put up every year, you can’t go wrong with visiting Seattle during the holiday season.
It’s cheaper than New York and you get the Christmas spirit, maybe not as good as New York, because let’s face it NY is Home Alone territory, however, Seattle does get the job done.
Read the following article to get your new york Christmas fix.
Visiting Seattle Westlake Mall.
Seattle’s Westlake mall is popular with residents, locals, and tourism. You have Pike’s Market literally five minutes away.
See’s candies is across the street where you can often find food trucks and vendors serving delicious dishes.
Seattle West Lake Mall Information.
Address: 400 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
Hours: 9:00 am – 10:00 pm Mon-Fri and Sun 10:00am – 7:00pm *Hours vary*
Westlake Center Stores
Westlake Center has twenty-one stores including Claire’s, Lush, Fuego, Zara, Starbucks, Pressed Juicy (which I enjoyed last winter) and more.
Okay, so Westlake mall doesn’t do it for you…
What if I told you that if you kept walking, you’ll find a bigger upscale mall right next door? That’s right, Pacific Place is the other downtown Seattle mall.
Seattle Pacific Place Information.
Address: 600 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
Underground Parking Garage.
Pacific Place Hours: 10am – 8pm Mon – Fri and 11 am – 7pm Sun *Hours vary*
Pacific Place Seattle Stores…
Okay so maybe we don’t hit the jackpot with Seattle’s Westlake Mall, but we do with Seattle’s Pacific Place Mall.
The stores include the one and best Barnes and Nobles for those of us who are book lovers and love the smell of Starbucks coffee with fresh pages within a book.
Get your splurges done at the following stores…
Some of the stores include Barneys New York, J.Crew, Michael Kors, Soma Intimates, and a mall wouldn’t be complete without a Victoria’s Secret.
If you’re not interested in shopping for clothes, no worries, you’ll find AMC theaters located on one of the upper floors, more stores, restaurants, and bakeries that will make you want to throw your diet and budget out the window.
Bonus: If you’re worried about parking and don’t mind public transportation, visit Orca Card Seattle.