Tacoma City Guide

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A healthy old jewel
Once described as a dusty old jewel, Tacoma is the third-largest city of
Washington State and has been awarded multiple times for its healthy
environment. The city is specially visited during the winter for its snow-related
activities and cultural attractions.
Mount Rainier will please any visitor either looking to or skiing on
Hotels and Resorts
La Quinta Inn – Seven-story building perfect for business travelers. With
a convention center and downtown location, La Quinta Inn will help you charm
your clients.
Best Western Premier Plaza Hotel – Nice hotel with spa services, the
Best Western was renewed a couple of years ago and it’s the closest
accommodation to the Western Washington Fairgrounds.
Emerald Queen Hotel – If you’re looking for pure entertainment,
consider the Emerald Queen. Not only it’s a luxury hotel but also has a casino
Bite Restaurant – The purpose here is to enjoy a local meal, mainly fish,
at this four floors arty restaurant.
Celebrity Cake Studio – In this magnificent boutique cake is the star.
Delicious and artistic cakes you can either enjoy there or take-away.
El Gaucho – This restaurant, as the name implies, serves Brazilian food
in an elegant environment filled with live piano music.
21 Cellars – This wine boutique is proud to produce their drinks mixing
together old and highly-advanced techniques.
Vino Aquino – Despite its great wine, Vino Aquino is also acclaimed for
its support to charitable organizations and local producers.
Glassblowing Studio – With a tradition on the glass industry, Tacoma’s
finest gallery showcases the best works in the region.
Amocat Café – Amocat not only is a bar where you can enjoy your local
breakfast but is also an art gallery and music venue.
Fulcrum – Maintained by local artist Oliver Doriss, Fulcrum displays
often vary between the painting, the glass and sculpture.
Design Shops
Posh Home – Posh Home offers both new and refurbished vintage
furniture in one of the fancier street of Tacoma.
Alabaster – Alabaster is specialized in luxury furniture to the most
demanding Northwestern clients. A team of designers and stagers will be there
to help you.
Tacoma Design Collective – The best local designers came together to
showcase their work at TDC. You won’t regret it!
Museum of Glass – Supporting local industry, the Museum of Glass
exhibitions are one-of-a-kind and worth every cent.
Children’s Museum – If you take your family to Tacoma then this
museum is absolutely worth the visit. For adults and children revive backyard
Country Club Living
Tacoma Country & Golf Club – This country club is one the oldest in
the state and of the finest too. Discover why between holes.
Firecrest Golf Club – Firecrest’s premier club is all you need to become
a professional golfer with a fabulous golf course and shop and several
Luxury Properties
1992 mansion inside Golf Club
Outstanding marine mansion