Seattle Concierge Services

Seattle is the northernmost major city in the contiguous United States, and the largest city in the Pacific Northwest and the state of Washington. Seattle’s current official nickname is the “Emerald City”, the reference is to the lush evergreen forests of the area. Seattle is also referred to informally as the “Gateway to Alaska”, “Rain City”, and “Jet City”, the last from the local influence of the aircraft manufacturer, Boeing’s headquarters situated just outside the city limits.

The Space Needle, dating from the Century 21 Exposition (1962), is Seattle’s most recognizable landmark, having been featured in the logo of NBA sports team the Seattle SuperSonics, the MLS sports team the “Seattle Sounders”, the television show Frasier and the backgrounds of the television series Dark Angel and Grey’s Anatomy. Seattle has been a regional center for the performing arts for many years. The century-old Seattle Symphony Orchestra is among the world’s most recorded and performs primarily at Benaroya Hall. Among Seattle’s prominent annual fairs and festivals are the 24-day Seattle International Film Festival, Northwest Folk Life over the Memorial Day weekend, and numerous Sea Fair events throughout July and August.

One Concierge, offers an unsurpassed range of concierge and lifestyle management solutions and provides both corporate and personal concierge services in Seattle. Through an extensive number of global relationships and partnerships, One Concierge is able to cater to virtually any concierge service requests around the globe. From simple restaurant reservations to ticket procurement, private jet charters or VIP services, One Concierge is committed to serving clients needs 24/7, 365 days a year.

To experience the simplicity and convenience of our Seattle based concierge services feel free to submit a request or for immediate assistance call us direct  at + 1 (800) 628 9701, our concierge specialists are able to answer your questions 24/7365 days a year.

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