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Seattle Hotel Choice and Other Questions

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We'll be vacationing in Seattle the first week in September. I was here for a conference ten years ago and stayed at the Inn At Harbor Steps (great!), which is now unfortunately.closed. This will be my wife's first visit, and her walking ability may be limited due to an ankle injury. The Mayflower Park looks like a good choice, but unfortunately they have no rooms with king sized beds, which we prefer. We were also considering either the Hotel Andra or possibly the Hotel Alexis as they appear to be both located downtown within a reasonable walking distance to Pike Place Market. We were thinking of possibly staying the first night in Bellevue, as we want to check out Snoqualmie Falls and possibly the glass or car museum in Tacoma. We'd rent a car from there, return it the next day, and take a cab/shuttle to Seattle - or we could just stay in downtown Seattle from day one and rent a car from there.
Also considering the various tours: city tour, water tours - harbor tour, Tillicum Village, etc.
Also considering checking out West Seattle/Alki Beach. Can anyone help us put together a multi-day itinerary?

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