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Seattle Hotel Insider
The Pacific Northwest’s most thriving metropolis, Seattle is an ultra-cool, high-tech city that excels in everything from great food and coffee to interesting museums, a top-notch cultural scene, and of course, natural beauty. From its lovely waterfront and famous Pike Place ... read more
Market to the trendy neighborhoods and rich mountain scenery, Seattle is a visitor’s dream. And luckily, the city is full of great places to rest and recharge in between all the sightseeing and activity.

Hotels in Seattle
Seattle’s hotels are many and diverse. The downtown area is close to most major attractions and not far from the waterfront and ferries. Many of the options in this area cater to business travelers, as Seattle is a major destination for high-tech companies and often plays host to a variety industry conferences. Popular business and leisure hotel options within the greater downtown area include: the Four Seasons Hotel adjacent to Pike Place Market; the boutique Hotel Monaco, popular among young executives; the eco-friendly Hyatt at Olive 8 near the Convention Center (the city’s first LEED-certified hotel); and the Pan Pacific Seattle, a contemporary gem slightly removed from the heart of downtown and housing a trendy Whole Foods Market on its lower level. Another option near Pike Place Market is the upscale Inn at the Market, a boutique gem with a lovely rooftop deck and water views. There are plenty of Seattle hotels that offer all the comfort, amenities and convenience a traveler requires. For business and leisure travelers, the high-tech and hip W Hotel Seattle won't disappoint with its sleek, contemporary decor and extra features such as their FIT gym, WIRED business center and the Living Room centered around a three-story fireplace topped by a DJ (not to mention the special amenities they provide for any traveling pets!). Other good central options include Hotel Andra, housed in a vintage building but upgraded with contemporary Scandinavian style, and the historic Arctic Club Seattle, originally opened as a club for successful gentleman purveyors of the Alaskan gold rush. Along the waterfront, the appropriately named Edgewater Hotel Seattle combines comfort with great views in a modern “mountain lodge” theme, with rooms that feature working fireplaces and homey pine furniture. Traveling with the kids? Many of Seattle’s hotels are family-friendly. This includes the Silver Cloud Inns, which are strategically located about Seattle and in some cases offer indoor or outdoor pools, a rarity in the city. Comfort Suites Downtown Seattle Center is another option that provides extra room for moms and dads. Visitors may also want to consider the MarQueen Hotel, the Maxwell Hotel or the Hampton Inn and Suites, all near the Seattle Center. And for those who don’t mind staying slightly outside the city, the Seattle Airport Marriott can be another pleasant choice with a fun indoor atrium pool for the kids.

Things to do in Seattle
The waterfront remains central to Seattle tourism and Pike Place Market is the number one attraction in Seattle for a reason. Visitors of all ages enjoy this stop. This historic marketplace can be a great place to shop, eat and take in the views and is easily accessible from downtown Seattle, the financial and retail center of the city offering a wealth of dining and shopping options. Leave the busy streets of downtown behind and you are quickly introduced to a plethora of diverse neighborhoods and the expansive natural beauty that defines Seattle life. Seattle Center -- a 74-acre parks, arts and entertainment center at the heart of the city and featuring the famous Seattle Space Needle -- can be a great location for families and vacationers to visit or even to station themselves for their stay. Here one will find many mid-priced hotels as well as a variety of family-friendly eateries and a location that offers convenient access to the monorail headed downtown. Home to a many of Seattle's finest venues and museums (for both adults and children), the Center itself also periodically becomes a venue in its own right when it hosts premier events and festivals. Art, food and sports enthusiasts will want to be sure to check out historic Pioneer Square. This up-and-coming neighborhood is the oldest in Seattle and home to a unique collection of creative shops, enticing eateries, and innovative local breweries and cocktail bars. It's also located near Seattle's stadiums ensuring the neighborhood is often host to boisterous game night activities. Foodies and nightlife lovers will also enjoy trendy Capitol Hill. Known as the LGBT capital of Seattle, this neighborhood is a hub of the music and counterculture scenes in Seattle and offers a diverse range of dining and entertainment options. Just beyond the city, a world of outdoor adventure awaits: Mt. Rainier, Bainbridge Island, the San Juan Islands, Snoqualmie Falls and more. Whether it's by car, bicycle, kayak, on skis or on foot, there's no shortage of activities to keep any adventurous visitor to Seattle busy for days.

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  • 21
    Hotel Andra

    Hotel Andra

    Class:
    4
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    This hotel will always hold a special place in my heart. It's where I stayed the night before my wedding with all of my bridesmaids and where my husband and I stayed on the wedding night. The staff was super nice and we had a great time sitting down in the lobby drinking wine. Another thing to note, delicious room ...

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    Ace Hotel

    Ace Hotel

    Class:
    4
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    This place is tough to describe – almost like an artsy, slightly more lux hostel. The rooms are really simple and basic, but that’s a good thing. Bathrooms are shared, but there’s a lot of them and they’re really clean, so as long as you don’t mind walking down the hall for the toilet, it shouldn’t be an issue (the ...

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    Doubletree Hotel Seattle Airport

    Doubletree Hotel Seattle Airport

    Class:
    4
    5 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    I stayed here on a business trip up to Vancouver that took me through Seattle for a day and thought that this was a pretty decent hotel for the price. My room had a balcony that opened out onto a small lake and had a nice view. The hotel was a bit dated, but a great value for the price ...

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  • 24
    Hotel Vintage Park - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Vintage Park - a Kimpton Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    Located on a steep hill in downtown Seattle, everything is built vertically. The hotel is beautifully decorated, and the wine hour was lovely (as expected of any Kimpton hotel). The fitness center is a little cramped, but we really preferred walking the hills instead. The location was nice - we meant to check out the Seattle Public Library across the ...

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  • 25
    Green Tortoise Hostel

    Green Tortoise Hostel

    5
    3 reviews

    I love the Green Tortoise! It’s really comfortable and so cheap – the bathrooms especially are so much nicer than your average hostel bathroom – the floors are actually heated! The kitchen is pretty big and really well stocked, and because you’re right across the street from Pike Place Market, cooking is definitely an option you want to try. They ...

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    Hotel Deca

    Hotel Deca

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    I really need to start using priceline because apparently it seems to work out great for everyone else when it comes to boutique hotels like Hotel Deca. Hotel Deca is extraordinarily modern, colorful, vibrant and gives off a great vibe for a young happening place which conveniently fits in with its proximity close to U-district in Seattle. If you're nice, ...

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  • 27
    Moore Hotel

    Moore Hotel

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    Compared to the prices for suites in most of the hotels in downtown Seattle, the Moore is a total bargain. My suite had an enormous living room, a dining table, a full kitchen, plus a separate bedroom and bathroom. The funky furniture, black and white pics of James Dean and Elvis, and crazy colored bathroom were awesome! The whole suite ...

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    Executive Hotel Pacific

    Executive Hotel Pacific

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Mediocre - 65% of guests recommend

    I would definitely recommend staying at the Executive Hotel Pacific. It is a smaller hotel in downtown seattle, close to lots of restaurants and walking distance to the original Nordstrom and other attractions like Pike Place Market and the Library. You'll have to take a bus to get to things like EMP and the Space Needle, however. Luckily public transportation ...

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    Hyatt At Olive 8

    Hyatt At Olive 8

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    While this hotel is really well done, it's not really good for tourists. There is firstly, no free wifi. We had to scavenge off of the local Starbucks. Secondly, there are no local guides. Just small magazines that don't really give you any idea of what's around the hotel. Parking was expensive, and there wasn't any scheduled shuttle to the ...

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    City Hostel Seattle

    City Hostel Seattle

    4.5
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    City Hostel does all the basics right -- it's immaculately clean, cheap and a short walk from either Pike Place Market or the Space Needle. Bonus goodies include an outdoor hot-tub, barbeque grill, and a small in-house movie theater showing free films. Almost every interior wall of the hostel has been turned into a canvas for original artwork. You can ...

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    Hotel FIVE

    Hotel FIVE

    4.5
    3 reviews

    This boutique hotel is centrally located in the heart of Belltown just a few minutes walk from some of Seattle's many attractions. Hotel FIVE offers some of most reasonable priced accommodations in the entire city. The guest rooms are spacious with comfortable beds and even has free wifi. There is parking available, but a word of caution as the parking ...

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    SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown

    SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown

    Class:
    4
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Whether or not you stay here just depends on what you’re looking for. The location is good if your goal isn’t to have to drive around downtown (which is smart - parking in downtown Seattle is crazy expensive and they ticket like mad), but you’ll still be a good couple of blocks from anything worth walking to. And don’t forget, ...

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    Hampton Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown

    Hampton Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown

    Class:
    3.5
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    This Hampton Inn is close the Seattle Center and the Space Needle. It's at the northern stop of the monorail, so you have easy access to downtown and the tourist sites at the other end of the monorail. I've had no problems staying here.

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  • 34
    Best Western Pioneer Square Hotel

    Best Western Pioneer Square Hotel

    4
    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    This is a perfectly comfortable and affordable option in downtown Seattle. I love Pioneer Square (although I do miss Elliot Bay Books - if you can make it up to Capitol Hill, I recommend visiting this awesome bookstore). Biggest win for the Best Western: it’s right across the street from my favorite Seattle attraction - the Underground Tour! The tour ...

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  • 35
    La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown

    La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown

    Class:
    5
    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    If you are looking to stay in the Denny Triangle this La Quinta would be my first choice. The lobby was clean and classy, the breakfast and Wi-Fi are included, and it's not right on any arterials. It's a few blocks outside Downtown (despite the name) but it's also a good compromise between Downtown, south lake union, and Seattle Center ...

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    Inn at El Gaucho

    Inn at El Gaucho

    Class:
    5
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Very boutique and very upscale. Brown leather everywhere, classic Hollywood headshots hanging in the lobby, and a very famous restaurant and movie theatre downstairs. El Gaucho restaurant is known for their steaks. There aren't a lot of rooms at the Inn at El Gaucho so this is a great place to go if you want a personalized valet / concierge ...

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  • 37
    Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue Seattle

    Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue Seattle

    Class:
    3.5
    4 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    This hotel was a really good deal on Priceline, had a convenient location, and surprisingly was very nice inside. The room was nicely renovated with very comfortable bedding, and the staff was phenomenal. I ended up trying dinner one night at the lounge/restaurant on their balcony and the food was delicious with a great view. I would definitely stay here ...

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    MarQueen Hotel

    MarQueen Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    2 reviews
    Very Good! - 81% of guests recommend

    Apparently this hotel used to be a boarding house for factory workers at a Motel T factory down the way. They did a good job preserving the historical feel of the building while upgrading to a legitimately glamorous place to stay. The lobby alone makes a visit worthwhile. The rooms are also very big, include kitchenette and living room area, ...

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  • 39
    Hyatt Place Seattle/Downtown

    Hyatt Place Seattle/Downtown

    Class:
    4
    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    As much as this place was nice, clean, neat, presentable and I didn't have a bad time here, there's something about the setup of the rooms and the actual cost (which I didn't pay since I received a nice discount elsewhere) that makes this not exactly my recommendation when staying in downtown Seattle. The rooms are nice and big with ...

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    Hilton Seattle

    Hilton Seattle

    Class:
    4
    2 reviews
    Fair - 74% of guests recommend

    From an easy to access parking lot with in and out priviledges, friendly and warm staff to check you in quickly, and finally very comfortable room to relax in. While the room offers the standard offerings, it is smaller than most rooms, but the view you get of downtown Seattle makes up for it.

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