Capitol Hill is the second most densely populated neighborhood in Seattle. It is extremely diverse and boasts a lively sidewalk culture and energetic nightlife with from a short walk to any of the many coffee houses to fringe theater and live music! You’ll find no shortage of bars and restaurants to serve any cravings within walking distance of the Oasis.
Seattle is a beautiful city accessible by foot, bus, and taxi! The Capitol Hill Oasis is just 1/8 of a mile, which is approximately a fifteen minute walk, from Seattle’s downtown corridor. It is also conveniently located near multiple bus lines not two doors down!
The Oasis is in the middle of it all. We are the closest single-family residence you can find in Seattle to the downtown core. We are located in the heart of all the action: We are centralized near all the bars, restaurants, grocery stores, and entertainment you can imagine.
In addition to coffee, shopping, and night life, Capitol Hill is an eclectic enclave. Seattle Central Community College, the Cornish College of the Arts, and Seattle University are all located within blocks of one another, sending many students and guests to surrounding museums, coffee houses, theaters, and cool, eclectic boutique shops.
The Seattle International Film Festival is also based here, as is the city’s annual Gay Pride Parade. In autumn, the Seattle Fringe Festival celebrates original plays coming out of the neighborhood’s many small but notable theaters, including the Richard Hugo House and the Northwest Actors Studio. Galleries and cafés open their doors on the first Saturday of each month for Arts Orbit, which is Capitol Hill’s art walk.
The Capitol Hill neighborhood is one of the most sought after and popular neighborhoods in Seattle. It truly offers guests and visitors of all ages an eclectic, cultured, yet educated experience. The Seattle experience is certainly one that is unique, enjoyable, and memborable.
General tourist information for Seattle and Capitol Hill:
Restaurants & Bars:
Fogon Mexican (a personal favorite)
Find a map of the location of the Capitol Hill Oasis here: