Hotels in Seattle, Washington

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Where to Stay in Seattle, Washington?

Being a tech-city, Seattle hotels are generally oriented to serve business travellers. And because of the huge number of visitors, business and tourists alike that the city hosts each year, the hotels are on the expensive side. For a room with a view, you literally have to splurge. The city’s hotels- be it the historic ones renovated to become boutique or the newer ones in the Downtown, have small rooms but high prices. Waterfront hotels to stay are very few and of course come at a very high price.

When you are wondering where to stay in Seattle on budget, bed & breakfasts come to your rescue. Not available easily in the bustling downtown, you can find plenty of these as you move farther from the city centre. Capitol Hill has a huge number of Bed & Breakfasts.

If you are visiting the city for business, Downtown is the obvious choice. But if you want to explore the number of things to do in Seattle, Belltown or Pioneer Square areas along with the Downtown are the most recommended ones to stay. All the major attractions of the city are just a hop-n-skip away. For families, Seattle Center & Queen Anne is a recommended area. For hiking enthusiasts, suburbs like Lake Washington, such as Bellevue, Kirkland, and Redmond are suggested areas or locations to stay.

For travellers, Northgate, Pike Place Market & Belltown is also a recommended area, especially for exploring the city’s diverse food and nightlife and the landmark- Space Needle, Emp Museum. Pioneer Square, the International District & SoDo are great options if you want to experience the city’s culture and heritage. Capitol Hill & First Hill areas are recommended for LGBT travellers. The University District (North Seattle) are great for budget travellers also offering proximity to attractions like Burke Museum, Henry Art Gallery, Museum of History and Industry, Woodland Park Zoo, and, of course, the University of Washington. Hotels near the airport are also generally very cheap.

Luxury hotels in Seattle are concentrated mainly in the Downtown, The Eastside and the Waterfront.

Note that you have to pay a tax of 14-15% over and above the room tariff and parking is commonly, not free. Expect to pay $40 for parking in the Downtown area and little lesser in the outskirts.

Hotels Near Attractions in Seattle

Hotels in and around Seattle