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The ‘Apple Capital of the World’ and an adventurer’s playground, you can’t go to Wenatchee without taking a tasty bite of the action for yourself. Located on the Columbia River graced with views to the Cascade mountains, the city is a pleasure packed basecamp for fun in the sun. Between the rugged Wenatchee Valley and the nearby natural grandeur of Wenatchee National Forest, an endless itinerary of outdoor activity awaits - from hiking and biking, to camping and whitewater rafting.

Things to see

Set beside the restful Columbia River with rolling views beyond, Walla Walla Point Park forms part of the Apple Capital Loop Trail. The park features sports courts and a kid’s playground, along with a lagoon popular amongst paddle boarders and kayakers. Town Toyota Center is Wenatchee’s multi-purpose hub for entertainment on a large scale. The home rink of the city’s Wenatchee Wild hockey team, the area hosts everything from figure skating and curling, to family shows and musical concerts. From crispy chardonnays to refined merlots, Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery produces a bouquet of award-winning wines. Set within a restored 1920’s redbrick warehouse, you can enjoy contemporary cuisine alongside the perfect pairing in the winery’s elegant restaurant. If you want to find tranquility, take a turn around the Ohme Gardens. Dating back to more than 70 years ago, the evergreen parcel is an oasis of meandering stone pathways, rock pools, shady trees, and fragrant flowers.

Hotels in Wenatchee

Whether you’re here for rest, recreation, or adventure, the hotels in Wenatchee cater to every type of stay. Visitors get a choice between simple en-suite rooms or fully kitted out family-sized suites, complete with kitchenettes. The larger accommodations come with plenty of amenities to enjoy during your stay, including swimming pools, fitness facilities, and business centers. In-room you can expect an array of plush features the more you pay, including cable television with pay movies, WiFi, refrigerators for your wine, and tea and coffee makers. There’s a healthy selection of budget hotels in Wenatchee too, many of which come with a chain name and plenty of value for money.

Where to stay

Many hotels in Wenatchee are situated just minutes away from downtown, if not in the district itself. The historic heart of the community, its tree-lined streets and antiquated buildings house numerous locally owned shops and restaurants, all of which exist just a stroll from one another. You can enjoy everything from ethnic to American comfort classics, both upscale and budget-friendly, and shop for everything from handcrafted treasures and antiques to trendy fashion and outdoor gear. If you’re looking for adventure you’ll find many tour companies operating in the area, whilst if you’re looking for post-adventure respite, you can find it in a day spa or wine bar.

How to get to Wenatchee

Wenatchee is served by Pangborn Memorial Airport, which is just a 15 minute or so drive from the city’s core. It provides a small handful of connections, including Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Spokane International Airport, and Yakima Air Terminal. Upon landing many hotels in Wenatchee will provide airport shuttles with prior arrangement. Wenatchee is also reachable by train and coach. Amtrak’s Empire Builder train, which travels between Chicago and Seattle, makes a stop at Columbia Station in downtown, beside the river. Greyhound Lines operate a number of services to the city, all of which stop at the station too.

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