Seattle is synonymous with Amazon, Pearl Jam, the Seattle Seahawks, and Microsoft and let us not forget, Starbucks. With big business, professional sports teams, a major airport as well as colleges and universities, Seattle provides plenty of opportunities for an entrepreneur to start their own travel media business, but not just start it. The city and the surrounding area provide everything needed for long-term success. TravelHost Owner Business Opportunity and Seattle are a perfect fit.
The Emerald City also has two centrally located cruise terminals that seven different cruise lines, offering more than 200 homeports each year, use. This city is in a premier location for those departing on their Alaskan, West Coast and Pacific Northwest cruises.
The city has added 10 properties since 2018, increasing its inventory of which 14,160 rooms are located in downtown. The city has a diverse lineup of lodging opportunities for every traveler. If you have a dog, there are hotel choices. Bring the kids with you, and you’ll find a hotel to accommodate your family. Prefer historic, close to downtown, elegant or modern? Seattle has that to.
With so much happening in Seattle, the next TravelHost Owner may ask: Where would I start? Good question, and we are here to answer that with just a few of the many opportunities awaiting the entrepreneur ready to start their own business.
Caribbean sandwiches and cuisine are what’s on the menu at Un Bien. This restaurant, started in 2015, is actually older than that when you consider that the sons of Paseo opened Un Bien using their father’s recipes. The menu, at their two locations, if filled with various seafood, pork and mouth-watering chicken dishes along with traditional Caribbean and Latin sides.
Think about your hometown and the burger joint that you always visit. Now, put yourself in Seattle and you’re looking for that burger joint. You’ll find it at Lil Woody’s. They serve signature burgers, specialty burgers, sandwiches and have an ever changing menu of specials. Vegetarian? They got you covered as well. With four locations in the Greater Seattle area, you’re never far away from being at that hometown burger joint.
Located in the Freemont neighborhood for 20 year the Portage Bay Goods store is one you will want to be sure and visit. They have gifts that include art created by local artists that will tell the recipient that you remember them and provide you an opportunity to tell your story about Seattle. T-Shirts to bottle openers to mugs that tell the story of your trip to Seattle are what you will find at Portage Bay Goods.
If you’ve traveled around the world you may have seen a Chihuly Exhibit, but what you may not know is that Dale Chihuly was born in Tacoma, Washington in 1941. In 1971, he co-founded the Pilchuck Glass School in Starwood, Washington which is about an hour away from downtown Seattle. Travelers to Seattle can enjoy his work by visiting Chihuly Garden and Glass seven days a week.
Seattle offers an abundant array of options when it comes to lodging and the Hotel Andra should not be over looked. This hotel is located in downtown Seattle and offers a charming boutique atmosphere with world-class service. Just minutes away from Pike Place market, the Seattle waterfront and the home to the year-round Hot Stove Society cooking school, you cannot go wrong with the Hotel Anda as a place to start and end your day’s travelling around Seattle.
Wanted: Seattle TravelHost Owner
We’re currently looking for the right person to own and operate the protected Seattle TravelHost territory. As a local owner, you know and love this amazing city and can expose travelers to the hidden treasures while helping drive new traffic to local businesses.
If you’re a resident of Seattle, or any of the other cities in the area and are interested in this one-of-a-kind business opportunity, give us call today at (972) 556-0541 or click here to get started.
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