Dining & Attractions
Located on the Seattle Waterfront, Bell Harbor International Conference Center is the ultimate setting for conferences and events. Guests of Bell Harbor are perfectly positioned to enjoy the city's most exciting attractions as well as a variety of culinary delights.
To use this map: click on "Directions" next to each of the dining or attraction options and the map will identify your start point (A) and your end point (B).
A selection of nearby dining options — all with spectacular waterfront views:
Anthony's Pier 66
Serving fresh, simply prepared Northwest seafood in a contemporary, sophisticated waterfront setting.
Holland America Line Dining Room at the World Trade Center Seattle (lunch only)
Delight your senses with the Pacific Northwest cuisine and awe-inspiring views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay.
Hook & Plow
A gastropub-style Seattle Waterfront restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with daily specials celebrating the local bounty.
Sophisticated Pacific Northwest cuisine served in a casual yet elegant setting.
AQUA by El Gaucho
Fresh daily selections of seafood and prime steaks are served in a warm and elegant environment with walls of glass.
Waterfront Irish pub featuring burgers, salads and traditional Irish fare.
Some of Seattle's most famous spots are just a short walk or cab ride from Bell Harbor:
Seattle Space Needle
Since the 1962 World's Fair, the Space Needle remains the symbol of Seattle. Don't miss the elevator ride to the Observation Deck, 520 feet above ground.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Comprised of an Exhibition Hall, a Garden installation and a Glasshouse, Northwest glass artist, Dale Chihuly presents a comprehensive collection of his fine art.
Pike Place Market
At more than a century old, Pike Place Market is home to over 200 year-round commercial businesses, 190 craftspeople, approximately 100 farmers who rent table space by the day, and the iconic original Starbucks Coffee Store.
The Seattle Great Wheel
Standing 175 tall, the Seattle Great Wheel is the largest observation wheel on the west coast, and with 42 fully-enclosed gondolas it welcomes visitors year-round!