8620 S. Hosmer Street , Tacoma, WA, US, 98444

  • Phone: (253) 538-7998
  • Fax: (253) 538-6981
Green Hotel

Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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  • Attractions

    »Pierce County Library

    This library carries a broad range of books, newspapers, magazines, videos, cassettes, CDs, and children's books.

    3005 112th Street East
    Tacoma, Washington 98446

    »East 34th Street Bridge

    The East 34th Street Bridge was erected in 1937 and thereby replaced the former bridge made from wood. This spandrel bridge was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

    East 34th Street
    Tacoma, WA 98404

    »Lakewold Gardens

    Gardens have always been valued for their scenic beauty. The Lakewold gardens is an important park in the city of Lakewood. This is a tranquil destination whose mission is to preserve the Lakewold park, thus enriching the city's attractions. You can roam the sights at this park like the Circle drive or the brick wall or simply unwind and relax at the shady and intimate garden rooms. The park is a pitch-perfect mix of tranquil scenic beauty and charming attractions within it, that make it a preferred venue for hosting several events and celebrations. Flock to the park that is opened all year round and explore the charm of Lakewood.

    12317 Gravelly Lake Drive South West
    Lakewood, WA 98499

    »Tacoma Glassblowing Studio

    Experience glassblowing with instructors. Currently Saturday and Sunday by appointment. You can pick & apply colors, twist & turn them, then blow or shape them into a beautiful piece of art glass. Please call ahead to reserve your spot. Available for group events.

    114 South 23rd
    Tacoma, Washington 98402

    »Freighthouse Square

    The Freighthouse Square at Tacoma was once the freight house for the Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad until 1980. Today, it is a multifaceted hub where one can spend hours shopping, dining, exploring the arts and indulging in many other leisure activities. If you are the artsy type, be sure to visit the art galleries and be a part of the art community. Venues are also leased out for events and functions and besides these, the Square also has a plethora of vibrant events and mini-fests. Eating out here is never a problem, the only problem would be choosing which place to eat at.

    430 East 25th Street
    Tacoma, WA 98421

    »Metro Parks

    Metro Parks of Tacoma offers a plethora of gardens from which to choose. Feel free to take a tour of the Japanese Garden, Herb Garden, Point Defiance Park, Iris Garden, Puget Gardens and many more. Some gardens are seasonal, while others offer an array of natural splendor the whole year through.

    4702 South 19th Street
    Tacoma, Washington 98405

    »Tacoma Nature Center

    A 70-acre wetland habitat with self-guiding booklets, nature programs, and hard & soft surfaced trails.

    1919 South Tyler Street
    Tacoma, Washington 98405

    »Tacoma Union Station

    The Tacoma Union Station is a beautiful historic building constructed in 1910. Made in the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, it has fine details and intricate designs. Previously used as a railway station for passenger trains, it now houses a district court and is also available as a rental space. The grand rotunda of the station is available for private events like weddings, conferences and parties. The mesmerizing interiors of the rotunda looks even more gorgeous because of the Dale Chihuly art pieces. The building is open to visitors during weekdays.

    1717 Pacific Avenue
    Tacoma, WA 98402

    »Bridge of Glass

    Designed by Dale Chihuly and Arthur Anderson, the Bridge of Glass is an overpass for pedestrians above Interstate 705. The bridge actually connects the Washington State History Museum with the Museum of Glass . The 500 feet long horizontal structure has a pair of crystal towers right in the center, which marks the halfway point of the bridge. Originally designed for showing the beauty of glass in its various forms, the functional value is also obvious; it acts as a connector between the two Washington landmarks.

    1801 Dock Street
    Tacoma, WA 98402

    »Pythian Temple

    This striking building was constructed in 1906 to serve as the city chapter of the Knights of Pythias, a fraternal organization. A unique feature of the building is the surprisingly large hall, which has well-preserved examples of decorative woodwork and art from the time.

    924-926 1/2 Broadway
    Tacoma, WA 98402

    »Urban Grace

    Urban Grace grew out of the First Baptist Church which was built in the late 19th century. The imposing architecture is palatial in proportions and almost transports you back to Europe. The church is true to the city with its community focus and welcomes people from all backgrounds. Apart from the regular Sunday service, the church also holds sessions like Alcoholics Anonymous, youth group meetings and bible study sessions.

    902 Market Street
    Tacoma, WA 98402

    »City Waterway Bridge

    City Waterway Bridge known for its distinctive features is a lift bridge located on the Thea Foss Waterway. The bridge designed by renowned engineers Waddell and Harrington opened in 1913. In 1997, it was renamed as the Murray Morgan Bridge in honor of the Washington's historian.

    11th Street & Thea Foss Waterway
    Tacoma, WA 98402
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