Jul 4, 2019 - Jul 5, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Seattle, Washington is situated between Lake Washington and Puget Sound (an inlet of the Pacific Ocean) making it the perfect spot for trade and commerce throughout the years. This port city was referred to as the “Gateway to Alaska” during the Klondike Gold Rush. After World War II, Seattle became a hub for aircraft manufacturing, with Boeing setting up shop there. Seattle has a noteworthy musical history; the jazz scene that emerged from the 1920s-1950s kick started the careers of Ray Charles and Quincy Jones, and was also the birthplace of the band Nirvana, who are widely known for popularizing “Grunge Rock.”
There are so many iconic Seattle destinations to explore. Get a panoramic view of the city from the Space Needle or the Seattle Great Wheel. Venture into Pike’s Place Market for some fresh seafood. Take a cruise in the harbor, spend a day gazing at marine life at the Seattle Aquarium, or the Alki beach tidepools. There are several museums in the city, including The Frye Art Museum, which has free admission.
There is so much to discover in Seattle, and Skyscanner is here to help you select the best accommodations for your stay! Easily sort listings by price, stars, amenities, hotel brands and more to find the perfect hotel for your individual needs.
There are hotels throughout Seattle, with the majority of them located downtown, and several within walking distance of the famous Pike’s Place market and the gorgeous waterfront.
On average, standard hotel rooms in Seattle are approximately $150-$300 a night, with familiar favorites including Sheraton, Hilton, and Marriott. Rooms in upscale and specialty hotels can run from $300-$500 a night.
Yes! Inn at the Market Seattle is in Pike’s Place Market, with large bay windows in the rooms and a rooftop deck creating unforgettable views . Hotel Ändra is a boutique hotel that can be described as Scandinavian chic, and is just a 15 minute walk from the Space Needle. The Ace Hotel is situated in a building that was former lodging for maritime workers. Mural adorned walls and original art work in the rooms give this hotel a very trendy feel.
The downtown area has 5-star hotels to choose from during your stay in Seattle. The Four Seasons is a few blocks up from the water. Soak up the city in the rooftop infinity pool. The Grand Hyatt has a more modern feel, and has several luxe amenities including a spa, sauna, steam room, and business center. The landmark Fairmont Olympic hotel is in a historic Italian Renaissance-style building from the 1920’s!
Many of the hotels listed above are well suited for families and offer amenities such as complimentary cribs, stowaway beds, and baby proofing kits upon request. Kimpton Hotel Monaco offers goodies for kids upon check in, child sized bathrobes, and babysitting arrangements can be made upon request.
Great city to be outdoors, take the ferry to Whidbey Island, and walk all over pike place!!
Seattle is really a charming city. It's surrounded by great outdoors like Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker, short getaway to Whidbey is just one ferry ride away, and the diversity of the city provides amazing cuisine!
Seattle is the place to be for anyone who loves the arts, music, and adventure! So many different vibes makes it the city for anyone! Waterfront views mixed with city views is beyond beautiful. Pike Place Market gives you a little taste of a bunch of local food that is to die for! Love this city.
Everyone’s first thought of Seattle is rain. Their first question is “ doesn’t rain a lot up there?” Followed by their opinion “ it rains too much in Seattle for me.” Yes it rains and for months during winter. May or May not snow. Summer is best time of year (unless you’re a winter person) to enjoy all of Seattle’s natural beauty. Lakes, Bays, Island, beaches, Forest and Mountain tops. Nightlife is very diverse, entertainment for all. Hungry, well your in the right city. LOOK UP! I bet there’s food in eye sight. What can I say. I love the place.