As the pulsing hub of the city, Downtown Seattle is the perfect mix of high rise buildings and condos, spectacular waterfront views, and unique shopping experiences. Free Downtown buses whisk passengers from Belltown to Pioneer Square, so shoppers can experience Nordstrom's flagship store, the lavish Pacific Place, and the glorious pandemonium of the Pike Place Market. At night, bars and restaurants keep the streets lively. Patrons can choose between the trendy eateries in Belltown, fine dining in Downtown, or the boisterous clubs of Pioneer Square.

Westlake Center
400 Pine St. (Downtown) | ph: (206) 467-3044
Westlake Center is an indoor mall smack dab in the middle of downtown. Although there aren't any department stores here, shoppers can find what they're looking for in the more than 80 specialty shops. For great places to find home accessories and tasteful gifts, you can't beat The Galleries of Neiman Marcus, Chiasso, and Fireworks. There's a Jessica McClintock boutique for formal wear, A Pea in the Pod for maternity wear, and shops like Talbots, Express, and Hot Topic for everyday wear. The fourth, and top level, of Westlake is home to a tremendous food court and the terminal for the Monorail to Seattle Center.

Rainier Square (Downtown) | 411 Union St. (at 5th)
ph: (206) 262-9111

Barcelino provides world-class assortments from Italy, Germany, Spain, and other European countries which offer artisan workmanship. Barcelino recognizes that today's sophisticated fashion-conscious man prefers classic, international styling over trendy or ultraconservative looks. The finest fabrications available, teamed with the richest colorations, have been designed to create a unique and elegant statement. Barcelino's collections include suits, jackets, slacks, leathers and outerwear, shoes and accessories.

600 Pine St. (Downtown) | ph: (206) 405-2655

Pacific Place was built at the peak of Seattle's dot-com boom so that the city's technically gifted and financially loaded would have somewhere to spend their millions. This mall for the discriminating shopper boasts only the best: Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Restoration Hardware, Crane & Co., and Williams-Sonoma all call Pacific Place home. So do Tommy Hilfiger, whose first northwest specialty store is here, and a number of other fine clothiers, including bebe and BCBG. Up top is an ultra-swank General Cinema theater, and eateries like the Gordon Biersch brewpub.
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