Warwick Seattle401 Lenora St, Seattle 3.5 out of 5.0
The 19-story hotel is located in downtown Seattle's hip Belltown neighborhood, 2 blocks from the Monorail and 5 blocks from the Seattle waterfront and Pike Place ...
Hotel was very convenient to all tourist sights, such as Pike Market and the Space Needle. Walking distance to major department stores and car rental agencies.
Mediterranean Inn425 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle 3.0 out of 5.0
Set in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, this hotel is 2 blocks from Seattle Center and 1 mile from Pike Place Market and downtown Seattle. Terminal 91 Cruise ...
Pleasant small hotel. Double room was a bit cramped. Bed was comfortable. Nice bathroom. We were not aware of the rooftop area until we checked out,the staff asked how we liked it!. We then went up to see it! We were quite disappointed we were not aware of this amenity, it was very nice!!
Red Roof Inn Seattle Airport - SEATAC16838 International Boulevard, SeaTac 2.0 out of 5.0
Red Roof Inn Seattle Airport - SEATAC is within a 15-minute drive of attractions like Westfield Southcenter mall and the world-renowned Museum of Flight. Guests ...
Very helpful staff, close to airport, and clean rooms.
DoubleTree by Hilton Seattle Airport18740 International Boulevard, SeaTac 3.5 out of 5.0
Across from SeaTac Airport, this expansive, 7-wing hotel is 3 miles from Southcenter Mall, within 13 miles of downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market, Seattle Aquarium, ...
I stayed at this hotel in 1998. The standards are still Excellent. I was in an uncomfortable situation on the second day of my visit last week, and the staff handled it elegantly. I would definitely come back.
Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport18220 International Blvd, SeaTac 3.0 out of 5.0
Conveniently located across the street from Sea-Tac Airport, Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport is within 17 miles of downtown Seattle, Pike Place Market, and the ...
Great hotel, extremely rude front desk agent. Took 10 minutes to check us in? Really? A prepaid reservation? Also bought some water and sandwiches which I did not want charged to my room, but she insisted I charge it to my room. I was too tired to argue.
Pan Pacific Seattle2125 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4.0 out of 5.0
This Seattle hotel is situated above a Whole Foods Market on the edge of downtown, 4 blocks from downtown shopping, a half mile from Seattle Center and within ...
Easy and convienent to all attractions. A short cab or Uber to Piles Market, the Space Needle and restaurants.
The Westin Seattle1900 5th Ave, Seattle 4.0 out of 5.0
Featuring 2 towers, this downtown hotel is 2 blocks from Pacific Place and Westlake Center shops, 5 blocks from Pike Place Market, and 1 mile from the Space ...
I enjoyed this hotel. It is in a convenient location. We were able to easily walk wherever we wanted to go. Our room was on the 30th floor and we had gorgeous views of Puget Sound.
The Edgewater - A Noble House HotelPier 67, 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle 4.0 out of 5.0
Extending over Elliott Bay from Pier 67, this 1962 landmark is adjacent to the Bell Harbor Conference Center and less than a mile from the Pike Place Market ...
You cannot beat the location of this hotel. It is close to most of the major attractions. We walked to Pike's Market numerous times. The hotel offers a free shuttle but we never used it. We also could walk to the Space Needle. The staff was extremely helpful and provided with numerous recommendations ...
La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown2224 8th Ave, Seattle 2.5 out of 5.0
Located in Downtown Seattle, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cinerama, Nordstrom, and Space Needle. Experience Music Project Museum and Washington State ...
When I first walked in, I thought the room looked very small but it actually was nicely laid out and larger than first thought. It was a U-shaped room, and the bathroom area was walled off from the bedroom/TV area. I thought that was clever, as it cuts down on the interference from either area. I ...
Sheraton Seattle Hotel1400 6th Ave, Seattle 4.0 out of 5.0
This 35-story hotel rises above Seattle's shopping and entertainment district, within two blocks of the Paramount and 5th Avenue theaters and adjacent to the ...
Very clean, super comfortable, and friendly staff.
See the fish fly in Seattle's Pike Place Market
Tucked into the northwest corner of the United States, the Emerald City is a beautiful community on the coast situated between Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Seattle is home to a popular music scene that predates the age of grunge and Nirvana, and several venues for the visual and performing arts are conveniently located within walking distance of many renowned hotels. The locals are also passionate supporters of Seattle's sports teams, and it's easy to get caught up in their enthusiasm.
The great outdoors is never far away during a stay in the city, and trails include the 27-mile Burke-Gilman route, which takes adventurers through the grounds at the University of Washingtonone of the oldest educational institutions in this part of the worldas well as offering views across the water. Discovery Park, set in the Magnolia district, provides a fun hike and picturesque beach for families to explore.
Things to see
Many of Seattle's impressive attractions are located in or near downtown.
The home of the 1962 World's Fair is where the Space Needle, the landmark feature of that event and the symbol of Seattle, sits. Once completed, this 605-foot structure was the tallest west of the Mississippi River. Many hungry visitors now dine inside the restaurant here, the second revolving one in the world.
Also in Seattle Center are Key Arena, the city's primary indoor entertainment center, and the EMP Museum, which is home to an impressive display of popular culture, including science-fiction and musical memorabilia. Visitors looking for an oasis in the city should try the Chihuly Garden and Glass center, where colorful, delicate sculptures adorn the outdoor space.
This neighborhood, which received its name due to its location directly south of downtown, is home to the city's major sports facilities. The NFL's Seahawks and the Sounders of MLS play at CenturyLink Field; both are known as having the loudest fans in their respective leagues. Meanwhile, MLB's Seattle Mariners play at beautiful Safeco Field, a complex with a retractable roof that protects players and fans from the rain.
Pike Place Market
Flying fish, vibrant flowers, delicious food and unique handmade items are all staples of Pike Place Market. Coffee lovers can stroll just across the street to reach the first-ever Starbucks café, where the smell of roasted beans permeates the air and traditional hardwoods create a welcoming atmosphere for those looking to escape the rain.
This citywide celebration is a perfect event for those visiting Seattle in June, July or August. Among Seafair's highlights are the Torchlight Parade, which goes through downtown, performances by the Blue Angels over the city, and the Seafair Cup hydroplane races on Lake Washington.
Music lovers will want to make sure that they travel to Seattle Center during Labor Day weekend for this event. The international music and arts festival regularly plays host to talented musicians such as Elvis Costello, Death Cab for Cutie and Heart.
This quirky celebration is self-described as “a free spirited solstice weekend,” and it celebrates the “delibertas quirkas” (freedom to be peculiar) culture. It is perhaps best known for the artistic Solstice Parade, which occurs on the Saturday closest to the summer solstice. Cyclists, many clad only in body paint, traverse the route immediately prior to the parade.
Locals don't want the secret to get out, but summers here are gorgeous. The average day in July has nearly six times as many sunny hours as one in December. Just four percent of the city's annual precipitation occurs in July and August combined. Conversely, if your visit is during the winter months, you should expect the cloudy, grey weather that Seattle is celebrated for. Travelers will find plenty to love about this Jet City.