Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport
3000 S. 176th St.
Seattle, WA 98188
Phone: (206) 242-0200
Fax: (206) 242-1998
Located close to the airport, this SeaTac casino and restaurant is all about convenience. The attached restaurant (open 24/7) serves up standard dishes like burgers and sandwiches — the fried rice is a common favorite — and the bar mixes up drinks just the way you like them. Whether you're heading out of or back into town, Silver Dollar Casino SeaTac makes it easy for you to get in your gaming fix before you head to your ultimate destination.
North Star Casino Seatac is one of the prime entertainment venues in the city. For all those who love gaming and cards, you can indulge in playing poker or the several other machine games there. Meet up with your friends and challenge them to a game for some fun. Fun beckons you at the North Star Casino Seatac.
The 22917 sq.ft. gymnasium located in Highline Community College has a seating capacity of 1300 and is a major venue for college sports. Managed and maintained by the college, the center is known as the High line Pavilion. The sporting facility has basketball and volleyball courts and also features an 8 lane athletics track, soccer and softball fields and outdoor tennis courts. In addition to this, it has a locker facility and a multi-purpose room. The venue is also available for events and you need to get in touch with the Athletics director to book space.
Strap on some skates and hop on the ice! Whether you're a beginner or an expert, you're bound to have a fun time on the ice rink. Visit during a Friday or Saturday night and skate while listening to a live DJ. The ice rink is rather chilly, so make sure you dress in layers so that you won't be cold while sipping hot chocolate and while taking a break or too hot when you're on the rink trying to master skating backwards. If you're not in the mood for this winter sport then buy 20 pitches and work on your swing at their bating cage or pay for a round of golf on their miniature golf course. Kent Valley Ice Centre prides itself on being one of the best family activities in Washington!
The Renton Civic Theatre, established in 1987, looks to provide wholesome entertainment for the entire family. With that aim in mind, they feature productions that are family-friendly & appeal to people across age groups. This 296 seat theater has three additional spaces that are wheelchair accessible. Refreshments purchased at the concession stands within the premises are allowed inside the auditorium. There is plenty of space for parking around the theater. The theater can be rented for private events, the rates for which vary.
ShoWare Center plays the perfect host for a variety of events in Kent. This multi-purpose arena with a capacity of 6,500 hosts events from meetings, business conferences to concerts, sporting events and so on. The center has been well furnished with comfortable seats and private spaces and a fine decor. Many community events, leagues and games, family and recreational programs are also held here.
Formerly known as the Rainier Beach High School Performing Arts Center, the place was renamed in 2004 to honor Paul Roberson. He was the first African American to make a mark in film and theater, a civil rights activist and a passionate sports person. The center was built in 1998, and since then is used by the school for hosting various events and programs organized by the students, especially those from their arts curriculum. However, the vision to create the best performing-arts program in the nation, has let them to take major initiatives to host special events to draw a crowd. This includes African Drum and Dance Ensemble show and the musical "Dream girls".
This excellent studio is airy, spacious and accommodates a fairly large amount of people. Home to a number of cultural and social activities and special events too, Rainier Dance Studio is filled with individuals when an event takes place. Also, as the name would suggest, dance lessons or courses are held regularly.
At Roxbury Lanes & Casino, it's virtually impossible to be bored. This wonderful Seattle spot combines the joys of bowling, gambling, drinking and Chinese food into a juggernaut of fun. Take the kids for a day of family bowling, or take your pals for an evening of drinks and betting. You might never guess to find amazing Chinese food here, but visitors swear by it (especially the salt and pepper chicken wings). Whatever you choose to do here, a fun night out is guaranteed.
This is a place that is very difficult to define and categorize. Artists, who have different areas of specialization, all come together here and share their creativity. Housed in an industrial building dating back to the World War II era, this is a place where visitors can freely interact with the artists, who range from blacksmiths to photographers. This is more of an artistic community than a studio, one which encourages people to come and experience art first-hand. Do make an appointment with either the founder, Samuel Farrazaino, or with the specific artist you wish to meet, before dropping by.
Located a few minutes from downtown, Kenyon Hall presents musical and live theater performances, including old-fashioned vaudeville shows. Seattle Artists, the non-profit organization that produces these programs purchased the historic Hokum Hall building. In addition to performances, Kenyon Hall now offers a new program called "Kindermusik," designed to teach children (newborn to age seven) music appreciation.
The second to be established after the Northeast location, Seattle Drum School in Georgetown is quite the venue to learn music. Apart from drum lessons, guitar, piano, Djing and much more is taught here. There are beginner courses as well as diploma courses. You can choose what you want to learn depending on the your interest. Concerts and performances liven up the space. Music lovers head here to hear new sounds from amateur artists and performers. for information on live acts, kindly check the website.