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For Out of Town Guests

For Out of Town Guests

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Enjoy and explore the great Pacific Northwest in the heart of Seattle, Washington as your get your dental treatment. Seattle is full of things to do and see, so we’ve compiled some of our favorite recommendations on places to stay, eat, and see.

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Let Us Tell You a Little Bit About Seattle

4th & Seneca Dental is located in the heart of downtown Seattle near all of the attractions and our beautiful waterfront park. This city is brimming with history and things to see and do, especially in downtown. From tours of Underground Seattle, to soaring up and above the clouds of at the Columbia Center Skyview Observatory, there’s plenty to see and do while you get your new smile with Washington’s top dentists Dr. Jonathan Vo and Dr. Daniel La Rota.

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How to Get to Seattle, WA


By Sea

The practice is only a 10 minute walk or 3 minute drive from the Seattle Ferry Terminal for our guests coming in from the Olympic Peninsula and islands.


By Air

For our out of state guests, we are located just 20 minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac for short). We are also located just south of South Lake Union’s Kenmore Air seaplane terminal for our guests coming in from the islands or British Columbia.


By Land

Driving in? We’re only 3-4 blocks from the I-5 exits. We’ve got directions for you here.

Where to stay in Seattle, WA

There are many hotels within just 2 blocks of our Downtown Seattle practice. The W Hotel is located directly in front of our building and is our patients’ preferred accommodation.

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Where to Eat in Seattle, WA

Dr. Jon loves trying out new restaurants. Here are his own personal recommendations that are within walking distance to the practice and hotels.

What to Do in Seattle when Visiting

Pike Place Market

Stroll through our famous farmers market located right in downtown Seattle. Watch fish fly through the air, and smell the wonderful locally grown flowers available only in the Pacific Northwest.

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Seattle Water Front

Shops, restaurants, the Seattle Aquarium, and the fun Seattle Wheel line the waterfront overlooking the Olympic Mountains

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Bainbridge Island

Take a 30 minute ferry ride out to Bainbridge Island and explore a cute town filled with local shops and restaurants.

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Gasworks Park

An old refinery turned into a popular park overlooking Lake Union and downtown Seattle. While in the neighborhood, visit the giant Fremont Troll located under the bridge overpass.

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Volunteer Park

Check out the Volunteer Park Conservatory for beautiful displays of exotic plants from tropicals to desert cacti and succulents. While at the park, visit Bruce Lee’s cemetery.

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Space Needle

Head over to Seattle Center where the iconic Space Needle stands. The glass enclosed observatory offers unobstructed360 views of the region, and even has a glass floored deck for those daring enough!

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Seattle Center

Home to several museums and theatres, Dr. Jon highly recommends visiting Chihuly Gardens and Glass and the Museum of Pop Culture.

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It Doesn't Matter Where You're From

We're here to help you feel confident to smile - without feeling embarrassed.

Drs. Jonathan Vo and Don Jayne provide cosmetic dentistry and dental implant services in Seattle, serving Washington State and any out-of-state guests.

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