Purchasing Everett vacation packages will allow you to explore everything the area has to offer without breaking the bank. If you happen to be in Everett between July and August, don't miss the chance to take the ferry to nearby Jetty Island. The area is one of the last remaining tidal pool zones in Washington, and is known for its assortment of birds and marine life. Alternately, you could visit the Boeing factory or take a tour of the Port of Everett, which is the second-largest marina on the entire west coast.
Festivals and Events
Most of the hotels in Everett are within walking distance of downtown, which is perfect for the area's lively festival scene. One of the most popular festivals for people booking Everett vacations is the Sorticulture Garden Arts Festival. Held during June every year, this festival offers live music, art and floral displays, and garden tours, as well as plenty of activities for the kids. If you'd rather catch a foodie festival, consider a visit to the beer garden at the Everett Sausage Fest. Held each October, this family-oriented festival is a week of hand-crafted Bavarian goodies, fun events, musical performances, and carnival rides.
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Accommodation in Everett
Everett has a number of hotels for you to choose from, which you can browse on Travelocity's Everett hotels guide.
You might start by taking a look at the style and sophistication of the Tulalip Resort Casino and the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, a Marysville. If those don't suit your present needs, maybe you'll prefer the Staybridge Suites Seattle North-Everett, at 9600 Harbour Place, or the Comfort Inn, located at 6311 33rd Ave NE.