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Seattle — By Mary Jo Manzanares on June 19, 2010 at 10:59 am
Filed under: music, opera, Seattle-Center

The Maxwell Hotel Offers a Night at the Opera

Located at the base of Queen Anne Hill, The Maxwell Hotel is well situated for events at the Seattle Center (map), and is a short walk or monorail ride away from many of Seattle’s prime attractions.  The hotel’s guestrooms are art-inspired, and feature allergy-friendly wood floors along with all the modern amenities:  iPod docks, 42-inch flat panel television, and FREE internet access.

Interior at Seattle Opera Celebrating the opening of the Seattle Opera’s 2010-11 season, the Maxwell is offering a special Tristan und Isolde Opeing Night Package, the first show of the new season, which include an overnight at the hotel, dinner, orchestra seats, and a variety of other goodies.

The overnight package starts off with a tasting of German wines in the hotel lobby, and then proceeds to Ten Mercer Restaurant (map) for appetizers.  Then cross the street for a 3-course Northern Italian dinner at Cafe Prelude (map) at McCaw Hall (map).  After dinner it’s off to a night at the opera, with orchestra seats for the German classic, Tristan und Isolde.

Location:  300 Roy Street, lower Queen Anne (map)

Date:  Saturday, July 31st, 2010.

Price:  $459 inclusive, double occupancy.  Reservations can be made by phone (1-877-298-9728) or email.

Parking:  The hotel offers complimentary parking.

Photo credit:  fortes @flickr

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  1. A
    Seattle Center
    305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA, 98109, US
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  2. B
    Ten Mercer
    10 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA, 98109, US
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  3. C
    321 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA
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  4. D
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    Seattle Center: Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109
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  5. E
    The Maxwell Hotel
    300 Roy Street, Seattle, WA, 98109, US
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