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Travel can help to expand your horizons, and in Suquamish, Safeco Field, Kerry Park, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Gas Works Park and CenturyLink Field are on hand to do just that.

After all that sightseeing, a cozy hotel room is probably in order. Orbitz features 136 hotels in Suquamish, which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location, as well as offer a quiet place to rest your head.


Best times to visit Suquamish

Want to save up to 38%? Orbitz offers some great travel deals all year round, but the savings in January, February and March are the steepest. During these months, you can save approximately 38%, 37% and 34%, respectively.


What to do in Suquamish

Sightseeing can get exhausting — but luckily, Massage Envy is around to help you feel rejuvenated. Kick back, relax, and let a trained professional melt away your stress.

If you're looking for an activity that's fun for all ages, head to the silver screens at Cinebarre Mountlake, or the stadium seats at Safeco Field to see the local team play for the win.


Where to eat in Suquamish

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Suquamish, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Pagliacci Pizza, Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant and Todo Mexico to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.


Nightlife in Suquamish

Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Getaway Tavern, The Crocodile and Oddfellows Cafe+Bar. Suquamish's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.


Where to stay in Suquamish

Of all the places to explore in Suquamish, The Bowl of Edmonds, Magnolia and Southwest are the most popular.


Where to stay in Suquamish

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the main hub for flights into Suquamish and the surrounding area.


Arts and culture in Suquamish

Some of Suquamish's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Chihuly Garden and Glass and EMP Museum or Aria Studio Gallery while enjoying a quiet afternoon.

Entertainment and education abound at Third Place Books and Mountlake Terrace Library - Sno-Isle Libraries, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.

Central Washington University-Lynnwood draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.


Where to stay in Suquamish

Of all the places to explore in Suquamish, The Bowl of Edmonds, Magnolia and Southwest are the most popular.


Where to eat in Suquamish

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Suquamish, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Pagliacci Pizza, Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant and Todo Mexico to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.


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Hilton Garden Inn Seattle Downtown

Great location in central Seattle

Room was excellent but TV channel list was all wrong. Requested updated list and a maintenance worker came to the door to say he couldn't do anything about it; he remarked another had the same problem a couple of days before. He promised to "make a note of it." 48-72 hours and nothing had been done! BTW go somewhere else to eat. In-hotel restaurant food is best avoided unless you're just too tired to go out. Table and chairs were shabby.

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2 weeks ago

5.0

Motif Seattle

Great location

Great for shopping while still walking to waterfront. Reasonably priced with very friendly staff.

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1 month ago

5.0

Best Western Plus Pioneer Square Hotel

Wow! A gem in the heart of Seattle!

This place was awesome! When I first arrived at this rather straight-forward looking place, a staff member was providing directions, and suggestions for someone at places to get dinner and the depth and breadth of their knowledge was quite impressive, enough so to leave an impression. The check-in process was quick and to the point (Thanks, Orbitz!) and when I arrived in my room, it was massive and had all the amenities one might expect out of a room. The bed was particularly comfortable too. What added to this experience was just how massive and large everything was there. The hallways, the staircases, all of it. It felt like a hotel of yesteryear yet modernized for the present, but still echoing the past which I truly appreciated. The following morning as they're undergoing renovations they had a continental breakfast available next-door which was good, and the perfect cherry on top of this experience. I highly recommend others check this hotel out, it provides a healthy amount of amenities and the price is right compared to the alternatives in the area!

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1 week ago

5.0

Staypineapple at The Maxwell Hotel

Chic, friendly and relaxing

Unfortunately only stayed 1 night but from the mini cupcakes and welcoming staff to the bathrobes and pillow top I know I will be staying again.

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2 weeks ago