Where To Stay In Seattle, Washington: 8 Best Hotels & Vacation Rentals - Updated 2024

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From the most top luxury hotels to cozy vacation rentals, we’ve prepared a list of where to stay in Seattle, Washington.

Not just home to tech monsters, Microsoft and Amazon, Seattle has a surreal art side as well. Seattle offers an urban framework with a wide range of extraordinary nebulous visions.

First time in Seattle? We bet you will be thrilled by the gallery that looks like a crushed up electric guitar, rocket out of a shoe shop, glass spheres in wooden kayaks and the statue of Vladimir Lenin. Seattle will show you everything from 19th-century Pike Place Market and yesteryear’s burger recipes to plush accommodation.

Here’s a list of the 8 best places to stay in the amazing city of Seattle.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on April 04, 2024.

1. The Westin Seattle (from USD 229)

The Westin Seattle is situated in the downtown area of Seattle and highlights the spectacular city and water views. This hotel features in-room spas among other modern amenities. The rooms exhibit flat screen TVs, a minibar, tea-espresso facilities, and a desk. In addition, a 24-hour wellness center is accessible for visitors at the Seattle Westin. Likewise, you can access the indoor pool, Lobby Bar and Relish Burger Bistro for American breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Monorail, Seattle Centre, Washington State Convention Centre and Space Needle, are all within a 5-minute walk.

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The Westin Seattle

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: 1900 Fifth Avenue
3.43 km (2.2 mi) from Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Non-smoking rooms

2. Staypineapple at Watertown Hotel (from USD 149)

Staypineapple at Watertown Hotel, is close to the University of Washington. The hotel offers free transportation inside a scope of 6.4 km (3.9 miles), including downtown Seattle and the Space Needle. The opulent rooms at the Staypineapple at Watertown Hotel are furnished with digital TV, telephone, microwave and mini-refrigerator. The hotel also offers a wellness centre and free laundry services. The Pineapple Cafe is situated nearby and offers breakfast, lunch and snacks. You can also access the outside pool at the close-by University Inn. The Space Needle is a 10-minute drive from the Watertown Hotel in Seattle, while the Seattle Children’s Hospital is 3 km (1.8 mi) distance.

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Staypineapple, Watertown, University District Seattle

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille Visual Aid: Tactile

Address: 4242 Roosevelt Way Northeast
8.65 km (5.4 mi) from Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Non-smoking rooms Dry cleaning

3. Belltown Inn (from USD 109)

The Belltown Inn is located at a 15-minute stroll from the Olympic Sculpture Park. The hotel highlights an outfitted housetop porch, a kitchenette, 32" LCD TV and free toiletries in the en suite washroom. In addition, an espresso making facility is also provided in each room. The hotel also features a business centre and a launderette. Pacific Science Centre, Seattle Art Museum, Pike Place Market and the Space Needle are all within a 15-minute stroll. Above all, Belltown is an awesome place for explorers intrigued with food, markets and restaurants.

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Belltown Inn

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: 2301 3rd Avenue
3.67 km (2.3 mi) from Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Parking Pets allowed 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Terrace Non-smoking rooms Business centre Laundry Facilities for disabled guests

4. The Mediterranean Inn (from USD 119)

The Mediterranean Inn features a rooftop porch with amazing perspectives of the Seattle Skyline, Mount Rainier, the Olympic Mountains, and Elliot Bay. Every room at this hotel highlights a TV, full work area, a microwave, mini refrigerator, tea-espresso facilities, and a kitchenette. In addition, all the rooms incorporate en-suite restrooms with hairdryers. You can use the vending machines for snacks and beverages. The hotel is close to the Pike Place, KeyArena and Ruler Anne for shopping and touring.

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The Mediterranean Inn

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible Visual Aid: Braille Visual Aid: Tactile

Address: 425 Queen Anne Avenue North
4.84 km (3.1 mi) from Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Parking Meeting/banquet facilities 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms Business centre

5. Cosy Beacon Hill Apartment (from USD 95)

Beacon Hill Apartment is a recently remodeled cellar loft with a separate entrance. Expect heaps of light, amid strolling distance from the Light Rail, various eateries, supermarkets, and the neighborhood distillery. This two bedroom house with a futon features a little kitchenette with microwave, Keurig, refrigerator, and sink. It’s a comfortable place with simple access to the city, cool neighborhoods, and mountains for climbing. Note that the second room will be prepared for guests in mid-July.

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Seattle, Washington, United States
2.28 km (1.5 mi) from Living Computers: Museum + Labs
87 reviews   Wifi Available
ENTIRE RENTAL UNIT 2 Beds 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Accommodates: 4

Top guest reviews
Amenities & Room:
very nice apartment in a calm and relaxed residential area
a very nice low-key apartment which is roomier than it looks on the photos and nice and homey
we had everything we needed in the apartment including some complimentary treats
the place was very comfortable and spacious for our little family
spacious accommodation and very clean quarters
the rooms were clean and tidy
apartment was clean and very welcoming
the house is nice clean and comfortable
the place was very clean on arrival and check-in was very easy
heather ann is a wonderful host
heather ann was a wonderful host
we really loved the place the host was friendly and made sure our check in went smoothly
heather ann is a gracious host who responds quickly
heather ann was a great host
the location was great
beautiful place located in a nice area
good location easy to get to public transportation
the location was great and so close to everything that is seattle
good access to two streetcar stations in walking distance
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6. Maruca house studio in the heart of Seattle

Situated on a tree lined road in one of Seattle’s most energetic neighborhoods, is the studio at Maruca House. The studio at Maruca House has a brilliantly isolated feel, while it is still close to central Seattle. This home is situated between Seattle’s Central District and Capitol Hill and is an ideal option for a tranquil and quiet vacation.

The studio has its own private passage, front yard porch and garden. Additionally, the studio has an open front room, an extensive kitchen range and an ensuite restroom with snares for hanging clothes, and a lot of counter space for your toiletries. The studio is stocked with a mini library, TV and free Wi-Fi. There is a storage room with a dresser and holders, and 3 substantial windows that offer characteristic lighting. The zone outside of the studio is encased by a security fence.

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In Seattle, don't limit yourself to hotels

While Seattle offers wonderful hotel accommodation, we recommend that you don’t limit yourself to just hotels. Instead, try these rental apartments with modern amenities for both short and long stay. Choose the best from our list to experience the true essence of Seattle in Washington.

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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Veidehi, also known as Krazy Butterfly, is a multi-award-winning travel writer and explorer who likes to write about destinations, diverse cultures and cuisines that bring everyone together.

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