Visit Bellevue Washington

11100 NE 6th Street 98004

Why Choose Bellevue?

For a global audience seeking a curated collection of elevated experiences, Bellevue, Washington encompasses the beauty and restorative power of the outdoors, the anticipation and excitement of world-changing ideas, and the sensory exploration of fashion, art and culturally inspired cuisine. We place every visitor on the verge of creativity, innovation, and style. We are a destination built by futurists—where the allure of aspiration touches everyone we meet. Bellevue is an urban shopping, dining, and entertainment paradise. Here, you’ll find the ultimate destination for both tourists and city-wide conventions for 3,000 attendees or fewer. Meet in Bellevue: As a vibrant and modern emerging destination, meeting in Bellevue is a refreshing change of pace for meeting planners and attendees alike. Ranked 9th on the list of safest US cities, and with a very walkable downtown, Bellevue produces convenient, compact, and clean events. Downtown Bellevue’s state-of-the-art Meydenbauer Convention Center provides the full complement of amenities for conventions, conferences, meetings and banquets, including superb in-house catering. Bellevue’s numerous hotels also feature stellar meeting spaces and guest rooms, and the Visit Bellevue team can help you qualify groups, send bids, secure larger blocks of rooms, and attain the most competitive rates on your behalf.

Getting Here

Bellevue is 17 miles north of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and accessible by Interstate 405 or Interstate 5.

Distance from airport

  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

    17 mi. from city center

  • Paine Field Regional Airport

    23 mi. from city center

Local Attractions


1 mi. away
As the sun goes down, the lights go up on Bellevue's nightlife scene. Swanky bars like Civility & Unrest and W Living Room Bar are equal parts craft cocktails and high style encounters, with a good dash of people watching

Bellevue Botanical Garden

1 mi. away
The Bellevue Botanical Garden is an urban refuge, encompassing 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest, providing a place of beauty, serenity, and learning for thousands of people each year.
12001 Main Street
Bellevue, WA, US 98005

Outdoor Parks and Recreation

1 mi. away
Bellevue is the perfect basecamp to explore all the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. With over 80 miles of trails in the city, and close proximity to the Cascade mountains, Bellevue offers endless options of outdoor trails, parks, swimming beaches, golf courses, and more.Located near the heart of Downtown Bellevue and on the shores of Meydenbauer Bay, this 3.44 acre beach park offers plenty of outdoor activities.
419 98th Avenue NE
Bellevue, WA, US 98004

Team Building

2 minutes away
Bellevue is surrounded by opportunities for team building and attendee experience. REI Boat House is located in Meydenbauer Bay Park. They offer classes, tours or rentals for stand up paddle boards, canoes, kayaks or pedal boats on Lake Washington

Group Dining

1 mi. away
Bellevue offers an abundance of group dining experience around the area. From the 32nd floor of Ascend Steak House to New Castle Golf course, have private dining anywhere from 10-500 people.

Woodinville Wineries

20 minutes away
Home to the largest concentration wineries and tasting rooms in the united states, the community of Woodinville is in Bellevue's backyard. located 20 minutes north of Bellevue has over 90 wineries in the district. A wonderful variety of wine tasting experiences await you. Several tour companies provide group or private tours originating in Bellevue and offer a range of experiences.e

Tours from Bellevue

17 mi. away
Bellevue offers a variety of tours leaving from Bellevue area such as a a trip to Snowqualmie Falls, winery tour to Woodininville, whale watching tours and Lake Washington Cruises.

Shopping in Bellevue

10 minutes away
No matter what item you're in search of, shopping in Bellevue is an experience. With a city full of luxury stores, local boutiques, and eclectic shops, you have many places to visit to find one-of-a-kind fashion pieces or unique, hand-crafted gifts. Bellevue has 3 major shopping complexes all within anywhere from 2-10 minute drive: Bellevue Collection, Market Place at Factoria, Crossroads Bellevue.

Convention Centers

  • Meydenbauer Center

    Meydenbauer Center includes 54,000 square-feet of event space including 36,000 square foot Center Hall, nine meeting rooms totaling 12,000 and 2,500 square-foot Executive Conference Suite as well as a 410 seat performing arts theater.

    • Exhibit Space36,000 sq. ft.
      Total meeting space53,390 sq. ft.
      Guest rooms 1 mi. from convention center3,392


Additional Information

Facts and Figures about Meeting in Bellevue: • More than 5,566 hotel rooms, with over 1,500 guest rooms committable on peak • 160,000 square feet of meeting space at Meydenbauer Convention Center and downtown hotels • Meydenbauer Convention Center features 54,000 square feet of meeting and exhibit space, 9 breakout rooms, an Executive Conference Suite, and exceptional catering. • The recently expanded Hyatt Regency Bellevue presents 60,000 square feet of meeting space, including an 18,000 square foot ballroom • Easy access to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (17 miles away) • Central location in the Puget Sound (10 miles to Seattle) • Close to wineries, golf-courses and other activities and destinations including the Microsoft Campus, University of Washington, Seattle Center, Snoqualmie Falls, Tillicum Village and Pike Place Market.