Cheap Hotels in Seattle
This comfortable hotel can be found in University District. The total number of units is 179. Pets are not allowed at Silver Cloud Inn University.
This comfortable hotel is set in Downtown. The accommodation comprises a total of 179 snug accommodation units. Those who dislike animals may enjoy their stay, as this property does not allow pets.
La Hacienda Motel Hotel
Kimpton HOTEL VINTAGE SEATTLE Hotel
Smart, stylish and centrally located, Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle has everything you want for your Emerald City trip. With a convenient downtown setting located on Fifth Avenue, you’re just a salmon toss away from Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and the convention center. The boutique hotel’s spiffy new design creates an urban haven inspired by and celebrating the bounty of Washington’s wine country, while adjacent Tulio Restaurant has been hailed as one of the country’s best Italian dining destinations.
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Kimpton HOTEL MONACO SEATTLE Hotel
This tastefully eccentric boutique hotel puts you right in the heart of Seattle’s business district, just blocks from Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, the convention center, and waterfront. You’ll find sophisticated yet playful design in the stylish, spacious guestrooms, along with indulgent upscale amenities. Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle’s adjacent Outlier restaurant is a cocktail-forward gathering place inspired by the Emerald City as it was in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Hilton Garden Inn Seattle Downtown Hotel
Hotels in Seattle
The home of grunge music, great coffee and some of America's best galleries and museums, Seattle is the cultural powerhouse of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle Hotels are a great base for exploring this exciting city.
Museums and galleries
The first stop if you're interested in learning about Seattle's fascinating history is the Museum of History and Industry, set in the chic South Lake Union neighbourhood. Featuring over 4 million different artefacts, the museum charts the development of the area from the introduction of European settlers onwards. For a more specific look at the period surrounding the Klondike gold rush head to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. The museum offers an engaging glimpse into 1897 when prospectors travelled from Seattle to the Yukon in Canada. Also worth visiting is the Northwest African American Museum, detailing the history of black immigration to the Pacific Northwest.
Art lovers will find much to enjoy at the Seattle Art Museum, renowned for its collection of Native American artworks. The Georgetown Arts & Cultural Centre is a welcoming community-led arts space that hosts a number of talks and workshops, and the Foster/White Gallery is worth popping into to see works by a number of well-known Northwest American artists.
Landmarks and parks
For many people Seattle is forever associated with the image of the Space Needle. The city's most iconic landmark was built for the 1962 World's Fair and the view from the UFO-like observation deck is one of the best in Seattle. Another impressive outdoor attraction is the Olympic Sculpture Park, encompassing over 20 large pieces of sculpture from artists including Claes Oldenburg and Alexander Calder.
Seattle boasts a number of excellent public parks. Kerry Park offers breathtaking views of the city from an enviable position beside Highland Drive, Occidental Park features a number of eye-catching totem poles and Gas Works Park is set on reclaimed land that used to be home to one of the area's biggest power stations.
From sprawling malls to kooky independent boutiques, Seattle is a shopper's paradise. The Westlake Centre is home to a collection of big-name brands and an ideal destination if you're planning to spend the day indulging in retail therapy. Easy Street Records & CafÃ© is a hip old-school record shop and a great place to kick back with a beer and listen to some music. Bop Street Records is another fantastic record store with over half a million different vinyl records on sale, while University Bookstore has a great selection of books. If you're looking for fresh food, DeLaurenti's is an Italian marketplace that sells everything from sausages and pasta to anchovies and cheese.
When the sun sets Seattle really comes alive. The city is world-famous for its nightlife, especially its connection to the American music scenes of the 1980's and 90's. Shorty's is a must-visit for grunge fans, where you'll find live bands, and pinball machines built into every table. Crocodile is another well-known venue that has hosted everyone from Mudhoney to Nirvana, while Noble Fir is a unique watering hole dedicated to the theme of hiking.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Seattle
What are the best hotels to stay in Seattle?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Seattle are The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton, Four Seasons Hotel Seattle and Silver Cloud Broadway.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Seattle?The lowest price for a double room in Seattle is £140.
What hotels are in the central Seattle neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Seattle, you can consider staying at The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton, Four Seasons Hotel Seattle and Grand Hyatt Seattle.
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