I was there last month and stayed at the Sheraton... there was a Regal Cinemas multiplex across the street. There are a lot of hotels clustered together in the heart of downtown Seattle. Downtown has a huge thriving retail stores. A Fox Sports bar, movies, sports at the south end of downtown (Mariners this time of year). The buses are free in the downtown area (most of the city) from 6am to 7pm; take advantage although the city is very walkable. Basic fare is around $1.50 I think. Duck tours if you're into that. The Space Needle is at the north end of downtown at the Seattle Center (take the Monorail from the Westlake Center, $2 each way), admission is around $16. Pike Street Market is a tourist spot, a huge open air fish market (plenty of other things for sale, it covers several blocks). Also at the market is a two-fers window for local theater, if you have time, some of the boats that go out onto the Sound for whale watching (check Grey Line and others). If you're really into the history of the city, consider the Seattle Underground tour, which... goes underground.