Celebrating Women’s History Month in Pike Place Market

We are honored to celebrate Women’s History Month by highlighting some of the phenomenal women-owned businesses here at Inn at the Market and around Seattle. Inn at the Market is home to three women-owned businesses that have been serving Seattle collectively for over 50 years. Enhance your next stay by visiting one of these unique retail shops and salons in downtown Seattle.

Isadora’s Antique Jewelry is a mother daughter family-owned business specializing in antique and estate jewelry by the owners Laura Dalesandro and her daughter Elizabeth Schoenleber. Located on the corner of 1st and Pine Street, Isadora’s offers one-of-a-kind pieces that are exclusively vintage and antique sourced from their travels around the globe. What started as a small shop has grown to a larger online retail business and continues to be a highlight of the 1st and Pine corner in downtown Seattle.

Fini is another family-owned business owned and operated by two stylish sisters, Camilla Eyre, and her sister Peg Poage. Camilla opened the doors of Fini over 23 years ago bringing with her years of experience at Nordstrom and other fine retailers. Located at the entrance to the courtyard of the Inn at the Market, Fini’s always-festive window display welcomes you to the Inn as you arrive. This stylish accessory shop offers everything from jewelry, apparel, and handbags to unique gifts often with a sense of humor. Inside Fini you will find just the thing you never knew you were missing; a souvenir of your stay, a last-minute gift or a little something just because.

Shine in the Market is a boutique hair salon located in the courtyard of the Inn at the Market in the heart of Seattle at Pike Place Market. Owned and operated by Emily Curran, Shine in the Market has been a part of our courtyard story for over 15 years. This unique salon is home to different stylists and offers a full range of services for your hair. Book your next stay at the Inn and treat yourself to a new spring look!

Outside of our luxury boutique hotel in downtown Seattle, inside Pike Place Market, you will find 250+ additional women-owned, independent businesses. Fifty percent or all market businesses are either fully owned or co-owned by women. We are so proud to be a part of this unique and vibrant community as the only hotel in the historic Pike Place Market. Follow this link here to see a full list of women-owned businesses in the Pike Place Market.  We honor and celebrate all of you in the spirit of Women’s History Month.