Category Archives: Downtown Bellingham

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Choosing a Hotel in Bellingham, WA

Category : Downtown Bellingham

Whether you’re going on vacation, visiting family, checking out Western Washington University, or have business with us at the Bellingham Bank Building, you’ll need a refreshing place to stay where you can take your shoes off and recuperate from a long day on the road. See our recommendations below for hotels in Bellingham, either downtown or tucked away between the trees.

Downtown Bellingham Hotels

downtown Bellingham hotel bed

Looking to do business in downtown Bellingham? Staying in a downtown hotel has more than a few perks. The Hotel Leo is just one block away from the Bellingham Bank Building, a historic downtown building built in 1929, featuring newly renovated hotel rooms with a phenomenal view of the Bellingham skyline. Visitors love how close the hotel is to downtown bars and restaurants, and the ease of transportation without ever having to rent a car or call an Uber. A wide selection of pet-friendly rooms is also available at the downtown hotel. Book your stay at this downtown Bellingham hotel.

Pet Friendly Hotels in Bellingham

pet-friendly hotel in Bellingham interior

Traveling with pets? The gorgeous Heliotrope Hotel not only has pet-friendly rooms available but a sizable yard for dogs to run and play. Traveling with your pets means not having to worry about a pet-sitter or kennel, and having your pets to keep you company on the road is a definite perk as well. This pet-friendly hotel in Bellingham has wonderfully plush beds and nature-themed art throughout each room. Three minutes from downtown Bellingham, the Heliotrope is within walking distance of Menace Brewing, the Bellingham waterfront, as well as several local restaurants.
What do you need for your visit to Bellingham? Download the Bellingham Concierge App for iPhone or Android to see recommended hotspots and earn discount points during your stay.

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Healthy Restaurants in Downtown Bellingham

Working at a desk has its challenges and benefits, but the best thing you can do for yourself at a sedentary job is eat healthy. Luckily, the Bellingham Bank Building is surrounded by nourishing lunch options.

Healthy Food in Walking Distance of the Bellingham Bank Building

Cafe Akorteri

greek salad with heavy layer of shredded feta over cucumbers, tomatoes, and onions

This ornate Greek restaurant serves tantalizing gyros and salads with a generous helping of feta cheese. The most sought-after item is the lamb souvlaki: a juicy meat skewer with rice and salad. The food served at this locale is healthy but not too healthy, a nice break from steamed broccoli.

Electric Beet Juice Co

red vegetable juice next to carrot and celery leaves

Just two blocks southeast of the Bellingham Bank Building, this juice shop is the perfect place for a health transfusion. Specializing in nutrient-packed juices, this downtown health niche will leave you feeling like a million bucks. Short on time? You can order online and pick it up when it’s ready.

The Wild Oat Bakery and Cafe

impossible burger with potato chips on paper tray

Serving vegan comfort food in a relaxed environment, this is the perfect spot for anyone to cleanse their palate of greasy, fatty foods. The rotating menu keeps items fresh and local. It is also one of the few locations in the US that serves The Impossible Burger, a 100% vegan burger with the satisfying taste and texture of meat. As an added benefit, Wild Oat can be seen right out our window at Intellitonic.

The Community Food Co-op

salad bar

A 12-minute round trip down Holly will take you to a sprawling hot bar filled with delectable, organic foods. Choose from a full range of fresh and prepared meals without leaving downtown. The Co-op provides the perfect chance to stretch your legs and eat something healthy in the middle of the day.

The Bellingham Bank Building is glad to have so many hearty meals within easy reach. It’s always refreshing to step into the vibrant downtown air and choose from the dozens or more of healthy restaurants. If you have a favorite downtown restaurant, let us know on Facebook.