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Seattle Hotels

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Featured Seattle Hotels

A very brief summary of Seattle's history might read: Gold Rush, Great Fire, World's Fair, Boeing opens and Microsoft is born. These events were critical development points, and having Puget Sound and one of the country's busiest seaports are other important factors that have defined the city, but Seattle is more than just a thriving tech city. It is a progressive place with incredible natural splendors, a well-defined sense of social consciousness, amazing coffee and much more. Best of all, Seattle hotels roll out the red carpet for guests.

Things to See

Constructed for the 1962 World's Fair and perhaps the ultimate Seattle attraction, Seattle Center is home to the Chihuly Glass Exhibit, the Space Needle, the Pacific Science Center and the McCaw Hall performing arts venue.
Don't miss Fremont, possibly the most eclectic neighborhood in America, and pay customary homage to the famous Troll Under the Bridge sculpture, browse a diverse collection of shops and dine on some of the country’s best Thai food. Also explore Seattle's bustling waterfront and its giant Ferris wheel, fresh oysters, and fragrant fish and chips.
While Starbucks is the city’s most famous coffee export, committed locals say the best java experiences are found in Seattle’s indie shops and local chains. Coffee tastings, known as cuppings, mimic the pomp and ritual of wine tastings, and independent coffee shops compete year-round trying to create the ultimate artisanal blend. You need only see the exquisite latte art, a skill baristas work diligently to perfect, to understand the richness of Seattle’s
die-hard coffee culture.

Hotels in Seattle

Seattle hotels offer varying services and amenities to meet your needs. Business travelers have several choices for centrally located meetings and conferences, couples have various options for a romantic getaway, and plenty more hotels cater specifically to spa enthusiasts, shopaholics and visitors exploring the region's renowned wineries.

Where to Stay

Downtown Seattle is the busiest district, home to many fine hotels and the city's main shopping district. Belltown has lots of swanky restaurants and trendy bars, while the Eastside features more upscale boutiques and a world-class dining scene.

The gems in Seattle's crown, however, are the Puget Sound islands. Whidbey, Vashon and Bainbridge islands are home to classic B&Bs, fashionable farm-to-table restaurants, famed Penn Cove mussels and abundant natural attractions.

How to Get to Seattle

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is located in SeaTac—a 10-square-mile town whose name combines the first syllables in Seattle and Tacoma—just 12 miles south of downtown. It is an international gateway to Asia and Europe, and gives travelers access to public ground transportation via the King County Metro bus system and Sound Transit regional express buses.

Latest Seattle Hotel Reviews

On the way to great!
By DayJ
We stayed just as the hotel has been finishing renovations and had a fantastic experience. Can't wait to come back and see the finished product! Thanks HI! [Less]
Freshly updated hotel was wonderful!
By plantsguy
This hotel just underwent a complete renovation (as of late July 2017) and we were lucky enough to stay there just as renovations were wrapping up. The staff was very attentive and eager to show off [More] the new digs, and we were thrilled with brand-new rooms and the first morning in the new breakfast room. The beds were comfortable, we enjoyed the clean, comfortable pool and spa and were well-fed in the morning with a great breakfast. Would gladly stay there again when we're in the area! [Less]
By wasoccerdad
The hotel was newly renovated and was very nice and comfortable. The staff was friendly and accommodating. [Less]
Better than average breakfast
By jbwla
Nice hotel. breakfast menu was above par; lots of choices and fruit everyday. coffee was good but not great; there was a medium and dark roast which was nice but thought the dark could have been a [More] little stronger. Rooms were roomy and comfortable bed and couches. Staff was friendly and greeted us daily. only complaint was the energy efficiency system. There is a slot for your room key that controls the power to the room. Once you remove your room key for the day, power outlets go out. I get this. people leaving their lights on can be a huge and unnecessary expense. But the clock radio also goes out and though a minor problem to keep resetting the clock, for the price of this hotel, it is a pain. seems there could be designated clock outlet in any future designs. really liked the deck on the roof with views of Seattle. [Less]
By Love canada
We really like this place start with the front desk personal very professional and the guy on the breakfast hard working person keep up the good work [Less]
Great front desk service and spacious suites
By wrightfamily
Great place to stay for a family. Plenty of space to stay for all. Great front desk service. Located on a very busy street, so if you are a light sleeper it may be noisy. [Less]
Slept well in Seattle
By mrbrown56
Excellent property - good value. Close to everything - walkable. Liked it that could leave the car until 6pm day of checkout. [Less]
Great downtown Seattle location
By jk3633
Very nice hotel located in downtown Seattle. Walking distance to Pikes Market and all of downtown. Very clean hotel and accommodating staff. [Less]
Comfortable bed and quiet room
By Shelley
The Linens and the bed we're quite comfortable and the room very quiet. [Less]

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