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With more than a century of history, Pike Place Market is the oldest continuously operating farmers market in the country and one of Seattle's most popular draws. The market lures visitors and locals alike (we're talking 10 million people per year) with its farm-fresh produce, butcher-paper clad bouquets, abundance of shops, restaurants, and bars-not to mention some of the best people-watching in the city.What is the Pike Place Market famous for?
Pike Place Market is the city's most famous place to shop, fronted by a fish stall where fishmongers toss each other salmon and halibut over the heads of their patrons. The indoor and outdoor stalls host fruits and vegetables, fresh-made donuts, local crafts, and famously cheap bouquets of flowers.What hotels are near Pike Place Market?
Recently renovated, Inn at the Market is the only downtown Seattle hotel located directly in the famous Pike Place Market. Recognized by Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast, Inn at the Market is a tranquil hideaway, just steps away from the vibrant atmosphere of Pike Place Market and the Seattle Waterfront.