Quality Inn & Suites Federal Way - Seattle
1400 South 348th Street
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone: (253) 835-4141
Fax: (253) 835-4157
Supermall the Northwest's largest, lets shoppers save on popular brands. Located only 30 minutes south of Seattle and just 15 minutes from Seatle Airport, this mall features over 120 outlets, clearance and specialty stores, including many world famous brands. Once at the mall, stop-off at the Train or Carousel Court information center to pick up a free coupon book.
Anderson's Antique offers a large assortment of collectible and antique items ranging from furniture to china, pottery and much more. Whatever your fascination, you will find lots of unusual pieces to match it at this antique store. If you are in search of a particular item, the staff will be happy to take special requests. And, if you have anything interesting to sell, the shop may make you an offer.
If you love do-it-yourself projects but are too busy, Revisioned presents a collection of unconventional yet creative items made from reused everyday objects. From homemade soaps to bookmarks and jewelry, Revisioned adds their own twist to recycling.
South Sound Running is a great sports shoe store, specializing in running shoes. Get set for the run of your life in their comfortable shoes made particularly for running. Take the advice of the staff and get a pair suited to your requirements.
With a collection of accessories, home decor items, homemade body products, Purple Peacock is a trendy store to pick up a gift for a loved one.
Bleach makes sports attire unbelievably fashionable. Featuring a range of well-renowned brands like TOMS, Paper Diamonds and Brixton, shop here for smart casual wear.
Pure Vintage sells exactly as the name suggests. Pure vintage clothing and shoes for both men and women. If you love boots, their collection of trendy boots are extensive, ranging from knee length boots to gumboots to leather cowboy boots.
2nd Cycle is a cycle center for the local community that encourages cycling. Whether you are an amateur or a pro cyclist, maybe even someone who loves to cycle occasionally, this place welcomes all. Everything you want to know about bikes and cycling, from literature to used parts is available here. They also host regular bike nights for women every Thursday. It is also a performance space and some of their previous line ups are Wolvserpent, Criminal Code and Pleasure Leftists.
Prosser Piano & Organ Co, located on Tacoma Mall Boulevard, is a premier piano and organ music store. Their popular brand of pianos are made from quality wood and polished to perfection to provide you the finest musical experience of your life.
Tuxedos are an easy way to looking sharp and smart. Mr Formal, with its extensive range of tuxedos, suitable for any man of any age, gets you spruced up and looking fine in no time.
Designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects Ltd. of Denver, the Pacific Marketplace in the Sea-Tac International Airport is a great place to dine, shop and relax before your flight. The $133 million, 240,000 sq ft structure was created with the traveler's needs in mind, including comfortable seats that can be moved around the terminal and reasonable pricing for food items. There is a range of dining options such as Anthony's Restaurant (upscale seafood cuisine), Ivar's Seafood Bar, Makai of Japan, Kathy Casey Dish D'Lish (upscale deli), Pallino Pastaria, Dilettante Chocolates, Qdoba Mexican Grill and Wendy's. Shops include Borders Books, Discover Puget Sound (gifts and artwork), Ex Officio (clothing), The Body Shop, National Geographic's Store, Made in Washington and Kids Works. A highlight of Pacific Marketplace is the dramatic focal point: a series of 449 glass panes which provide a fantastic view of the Olympic Mountains and departing planes. Since Pacific Marketplace is located past security, it is only accessible for ticketed passengers.
It's got battlements and stone lions, but the entire facade disguises a Pan-Asian shopping mall in the Seattle-Tacoma suburban corridor. Here, you can get practically anything and everything Asian, foodstuff, such as live fish and dried seaweed at the 99 Ranch Market, treats, such as tapioca pearl iced tea at Mak's, and therapeutic goods such as Indonesian bird's nest at Pacific Herb and Grocery. Get your hair styled, take out a loan, eat a bowl of noodles, flip through a Chinese tabloid and buy some Pokémon cards. Then find your car in the immense parking lot to tote it all home.