Seattle shopping near the hotel
Window shopping just won’t cut it on the streets surrounding Kimpton Alexis Hotel. An assortment of chic boutiques just steps from our front doors practically demand you step inside and explore gorgeous (and sometimes one-of-a-kind) fashion, beauty products, art, home goods, jewelry and more.
Watson Kennedy Fine Home: Renowned Seattle tastemaker Ted Kennedy Watson has created and curated the consummate home goods store. A selection of kitchenware, bath products, and furniture (both vintage and contemporary) as well as jewelry and rare treasures can be found just across the street from Kimpton Alexis Hotel.
Seattle Art Museum SHOP: Located on the street level of the Seattle Art Museum (and a 5-minute walk from the hotel), this shop features an eclectic mix of creative kids toys, contemporary design pieces for your home, jewelry, art and art books. Want to feel extra good about laying down your credit card? The shop buys directly from artists and proceeds benefit the museum.
Moorea Seal: This boutique is all about inclusivity, and that goes for its offerings and clientele alike. Moorea Seal features a thoughtful mix of clothing and accessories, beauty products, home décor and jewelry from more than 100 up-and-coming designers as well as a mix of US brands and unique pieces sourced from around the world.
Cicada Bridal: With windows full of eye candy, Cicada Bridal features wedding gowns handmade in their workshop near Kimpton Alexis Hotel. Make an appointment to try on their bridal collection, or drop in to view their selection of locally made jewelry and accessories.
Parfumerie Nasreen: This celebrated perfume boutique offers more than 500 different fragrances from around the world, many of them rare and difficult to find. Personalized services include fragrance consultations and complimentary shipping within the United States.
A Mano: It's all about the accessories darling. A Mano, which means "by hand" in Spanish and Italian sells luxury footwear, handbags and jewelry from US and European artisans. Many pieces are from custom small batches or are truly one of a kind.