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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

Average Rating for Seattle Hotel
(4.5 / 5) of 7491 reviews
reunion
By Bobbie75
Clean and comfortable. Some difficulty finding hotel due to location. Staff was awesome. Would stay here again. [Less]
great breakfast
By Just Mallard
Enjoyed our stay, great breakfast. Easy check in and out. Would stay here again and recommend to others. [Less]
Pretty Nice, but Needs Some Work
By bobpres
The room was large and well-maintained. The furniture was a little dated, but in good condition. Breakfast could use a little more selection, but the food quality was good. Had a problem with [More] bathroom sink draining slowly. Staff was very attentive and tried to fix it that same day. Unfortunately, it was no better after servicing. My biggest complaint was the TV channels stuttered. Audio and video stuttered while watching numerous different channels and provided ample headaches. They could also use better channel selection. Overall, though, I would stay there again. The staff was very nice and willing to help. Clean rooms, decent breakfast (I'm picky about breakfast offerings). [Less]
Best Property Ever
By Riley53
This was probably our best stay ever at an IHG property. Casey Weed and Toni Houtz are two great staff members of which IHG can be proud. Casey especially went out of his way to make our stay [More] memorable and enjoyable. Nate on the maintenance crew also assisted us to help make our trip a nice stay and provided us with local history and directions. The rooftop view of Seattle and Mt. Ranier is most likely the best view in the area. I spoke to Casey one morning about the garbage truck arriving at 7 am outside my bedroom window. From then on, the truck arrived around 9 am. Go Casey! The social hour not only provided excellent food, it allowed us to meet and interact with other IHG members then and throughout the week. The free shuttle was instrumental in allowing us the freedom to tour Seattle at our own pace. The beds were so comfortable I fell asleep immediately every night. Our room was well maintained and very clean. [Less]
Nice Hotel
By Amy714
Hotel was nice. Coffee could have been replenished a bit more frequently at breakfast. Road noise was a bit loud. Staff was very nice. I would stay here again. [Less]
Freemont hotel
By Bert 42
Ok but $15 for parking which is all underground and there is NO parking for oversize vehicles on property. The breakfast staff on Saturday wanted to leave early. get a room on the east side as HWY [More] 99 is on the west side and noisy. Front desk staff is friendly and helpful however only one person so there is a good chance you will have to wait for assistance Otherwise a good hotel [Less]
Great service and location
By Navygt
The staff was very helpful and willing to assist in any way for our reunion.. [Less]
Everett OK
By Dave Podmore
Good hotel, clean and friendly staff. Food Ok, Rooms clean and comfortable. Gym average [Less]
Excellent staff and value compared to similar hotels
By JudeB40
We wanted a hotel that allowed easy access to various Seattle and district attractions. We had a rental but also used the excellent public transport system. I would recommend this hotel due to it's [More] value compared to other hotels, the excellent staff, and very good facilities. [Less]

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