Port Townsend hotels
Port Townsend Hotels
Port Townsend, located on the Olympic Peninsula in Jefferson County, Washington, is a waterfront city with many historic sites, a rich local arts scene, scenic natural beauty, and ample opportunities for outdoor fun. Use Orbitz.com to locate great prices on travel packages and accommodation in Port Townsend hotels.
The Port Townsend Waterfront
Port Townsend is home to a vibrant artistic community. A number of art galleries and artists’ collectives are located in the city, and an annual independent film festival is held in September. Staying on the waterfront puts you within walking distance of everything the city has to offer, from boutique shops and fine dining to outdoor activities such as boating, swimming, and sailing. The Aladdin Motor Inn (aladdinmotorinnpt.com) on Washington Street offers views of the beach and easy access to downtown shopping starting at just $65 a night. Complimentary Wi-Fi and a daily continental breakfast make the Aladdin a favorite among travelers on a budget. The Harborside Inn (harborside-inn.com) on Benedict Street offers nonsmoking rooms with patios and balconies that offer stunning views of the marina for as little as $79 a night.
Historic Port Townsend
Port Townsend’s historical district includes the uptown area and the downtown waterfront region. This National Historic Landmark District offers beautiful Victorian architecture, ample dining options, and local shopping. History buffs will enjoy visiting the district’s three Registered Historic Places: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, the Rothschild House, and the Capt. Enoch S. Fowler house. Stay in the heart of the historical district at the Palace Hotel (palacehotelpt.com), a charming Victorian hotel on Water Street that offers free Wi-Fi and a visitor business center. Rooms are available from $59 a night, with larger rooms featuring whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, or full kitchens available for rates starting at $109 per night. Located at 7th and Sheridan, Manresa Castle (manresacastle.com) offers luxurious accommodations in a castle built in 1892 as a private residence and converted to a hotel in 1968. Rates start at $109 per night, and packages are available that include meals, champagne, and tickets to special events. Castle Key, the on-site restaurant and lounge, provides live music and serves steak and fresh local seafood.
Fort Worden State Park
Fort Worden State Park is home to the Port Townsend Marine Science Center and a number of cultural festivals and workshops. Sunbathe on the park’s sandy beaches, hike around the hills and bluffs, or spend a day visiting the Port Wilson Lighthouse or the Coast Artillery Museum. Lodging at the park is available in 35 different houses ranging from dormitory-style shared rooms for $29 a night to a six-bedroom single home starting at $503 per night. Pets are welcome for an additional fee. Contact the Fort Worden housing office at (360) 344-4434 for more information.
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Port Townsend offers something to appeal to every kind of traveler. Whether you are exploring the historical district, enjoying water sports and other outdoor activities, or immersing yourself in the downtown life and culture, use Orbitz.com to find the best prices on rooms in Port Townsend hotels.
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This beautifully restored Victorian hotel is in the heart of historic Port Townsend. A former bordello with most rooms named after former working girls including Madame Maries suite and Miss... More
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From your window or on the beach below, watch the boats come and go from the marina, as well as the Port Townsend ferry traveling to and from Whidbey Island. Upper floor guest rooms have a balcony.... More