Are you located in the Seattle, St. Petersburg, or Washington DC areas, or traveling to these areas this holiday season? If so, this blog post is for you! My boyfriend, Josh, and I attended our first Enchant Christmas in Seattle last holiday season during its first year in Seattle and immediately fell in love with it and knew it was something we would be doing every Christmas season. We were so excited when we heard they were coming back to Seattle again this year!
Are you local to the greater Seattle area and looking for a weekend staycation and wanting to explore a different city in your area, or visiting the area and looking for a place to stay? If either of these applies to you, then this blog post is for you! I recently had the exciting opportunity to collaborate with the new Archer Hotel in Redmond (in Seattle’s east side) that just opened at the beginning of June to share with you all who are looking for your next luxe boutique hotel experience why this is the place to be. Continue reading “Luxury Hotel Living: The New Redmond Archer Hotel”
Happy Wednesday! As a lot of you probably read from my blog post last week, What We Did For Valentine’s Day This Year, you know that my boyfriend, Josh, and I actually had a little staycation in downtown Seattle at the Hyatt House to celebrate Valentine’s Day. The Hyatt House downtown was the perfect place to spend our night and I am so excited to share everything we loved about the hotel with you all today!
For the past month, I’ve realized that I haven’t shared a travel guide on my blog of my hometown, Seattle! I feel like this is a bit overdue, but something that I hope is useful to those looking to visit Seattle or those who have never been. For those that don’t know, I have lived in Seattle my entire life and I can definitely share the go-to places in the city.
This travel guide will provide everything you need for a trip to the city. Where to eat downtown, where to go for happy hour, where to visit/popular attractions, places for great Instagram-worthy photos, and more. Just note that this post will be a bit long, but hopefully is very useful for your next trip to the city!