The Westin Bellevue

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600 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA, 98004, United States   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: 425-638-1000  


Things to Do in Bellevue

Explore Bellevue Square, Woodinville Wineries and more

Bellevue is a vibrant cosmopolitan destination on the Washington State Coast, packed with exciting attractions, activities, museums, entertainment and more. Shop till you drop and enjoy sophisticated dining at Lincoln Square and Bellevue Square . Or, indulge your inner food and wine lover at the Bellevue Farmer’s Market and Woodinville Wineries. Or maybe the Bellevue Botanical Garden and Art Museum are more your speed.

Whatever your desire , weekends last longer at Westin with great local attractions to discover. Find and experience the best-kept Bellevue secrets near your hotel with a collection of local experiences curated especially for Westin Bellevue guests.

Fresh radishes,lettuce and carrots at Bellevue’s Farmer’s Market.

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Bellevue Farmer's Market

Enjoy locally grown vegetables, flowers and so much more on Thursdays from June through November. Located across the street from The Westin Bellevue Hotel at the Bellevue Presbyterian Church. The seasonal market is open Thursdays from 3-7 pm and Saturdays from 10 AM- 3 PM.

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The Bellevue Golf Course - with 18 holes and a driving range, it’s ideal for golf enthusiasts.

Bellevue Golf Course

Enjoy 18 holes of golf at the nearby Bellevue Golf Course. This 6,013 yard course is rated 68.4 with a slope of 117". On site golf pros offer instructions through a PGA teaching staff.  The course also has practice greens and a driving range available for use.

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Chateau Ste Michelle - one of the 70 wineries in Woodinville Wine Country

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Woodinville Wineries

Recently named one of "America's 50 most amazing wine experiences" by Food & Wine magazine, this hidden wine country is just minutes from Bellevue. Boasting over 70 wineries, spend a day exploring the vineyards through tours and sipping and sampling your way through a variety of wineries.

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The Bellevue Botanical Gardens - 53 acres of display gardens, woodlands, meadows and wetlands.

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Bellevue Botanical Gardens

With over 53 acres of display gardens, woodlands, meadows and wetlands, Bellevue Botanical Gardens is fun thing to do in Bellevue for any outdoor enthusiast. During the winter enjoy the enormously popular Garden d'Lights festival which features over ½ million lights that transform the Bellevue Botanical Garden into a blossoming winter wonderland.

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An interior shot of Bellevue Square Shopping Mall - one of the most popular things to do in Bellevue.

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Bellevue Square

Bellevue square redefines the old saying "shop till you drop" with over 250 retailers in one location. As one of the most popular things to do in Bellevue, shopping at Bellevue Square is the Northwest's place to be for sensational shopping, an exciting array of restaurants and dynamic nightlife. Take advantage of our Westin Shopping deal to save on your shopping spree.

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The Bellevue Arts Museum - a great way to spend a rainy Bellevue afternoon.

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Bellevue Art Museum

Emerge yourself into the Bellevue art culture by visiting Bellevue Arts Museum. Comprised of work from around the world including local artist from the region the BAM is the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon in Bellevue.

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A father and son exploring Bellevue’s Kelsey Creek Park.

Kelsey Creek Park

Kelsey Creek Park is a fun place to take your kids. Two historic barns sit prominently on the crest of a hill, overlooking the shallow valleys to each side. Farm animals are out in the pastures or yards daily. Animals are available for viewing daily from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., 365 days/year, including weekends and holidays. The park also features hiking and jogging trails, picnic areas, a playground suitable for the young ones, wetlands open grassy areas, creeks, wetlands and forests.

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A view of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington from Newcastle Beach Park.

Newcastle Beach Park

Take a dip in Lake Washington or lay on the beach to soak up some Seattle sun at Newcastle Beach. With large flat open spaces, Newcastle Beach Park is the most popular beach park in the Bellevue Park system. It is everything a park should be with something for everyone to enjoy.

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