Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Pier 91 Seattle Cruise Terminal From 91 USD

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Pier 91 is located in the Magnolia area, approximately two miles (3.2km) north of Downtown Seattle, and is the main pier for visiting cruise ships sailing into Seattle. The Magnolia area around Pier 91 is perfect for those looking for an oasis of peace and quiet away from the buzz of Seattle central. Magnolia’s downtown area is known as the village and is full of all the amenities you could need, including plenty of great places to eat and drink. Pier 91 is also surrounded by several parks, all within a couple of miles; Smith Cove Park, Elliott Bay Park and Olympic Sculpture Park, and Discovery Park.

For all the best in great hotels and vacation rentals near Pier 91 Seattle Cruise Terminal, all you need to do is check out the list below:

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Richard Bruton was born in Dudley, England, but gave up the Midlands for Yorkshire many years ago. His love of travel was born many years ago with a first trip to the USA with just $30 a day to...Read more

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