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Pan Pacific Seattle - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$293

Pan Pacific Seattle

2125 Terry Avenue, Seattle - Map
 
 
"About time u get what u paid for!!!!"
This hotel is top notch!!! Rooms spacious & clean! Hotel staff courteous and accommodating! Walking distance!! shuttle service provoded to pike place..... A must in seattle.... Thank u to the staff u r a pleasure........................
A Traveller
This Seattle hotel is situated above a Whole Foods Market on the edge of downtown, 4 blocks from downtown shopping, a half …More
The Paramount Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Paramount Hotel

724 Pine St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Great location and staff"
The hotel is a few blocks from Pike Place, a short walk to Westlake transit station and the monorail, a block from the convention center, and next to the Pine Street shopping area. Even better is the wonderful staff, from the front desk, where they helped us find a room for an additional night even though the hotel was fully booked, and also sent up complimentary champagne as we were celebrating a birthday; to the housekeeping staff, who cheerfully retrieved the sunglasses I left in the room after we checked out. The bell desk staff assisted with luggage and cabs and always asked what they could do for us. They all made it such an unexpectedly nice experience!
Traveller from San Francisco, CA
This 11-story hotel is one block from the Paramount Theater, Pacific Place shops, or the Washington State Convention Center …More
Warwick Seattle - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Warwick Seattle

401 Lenora St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Warwick on December 11, 2015"
Great room, expensive parking for hotel guests, grumpy bartender, bar closes too early on a friday night.
Traveller from Renton
The 19-story hotel is located in downtown Seattle's hip Belltown neighborhood, 2 blocks from the Monorail and 5 blocks from …More
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel

Pier 67, 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle - Map
 
 
"No city veiw"
Book a city view room, got view of building and people walking outside window room, as staff walkway. Not worth what paid for, also out dated and torn furniture in room plus stairs going down into room. If wasn't for a one night stay would have gone somewhere else
Traveller from h, seattle wa
Extending over Elliott Bay from Pier 67, this 1962 landmark is adjacent to the Bell Harbor Conference Center and less than a …More
The Belltown Inn - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars
$252

The Belltown Inn

2301 Third Avenue, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Not a 2 star hotel"
This was a great hotel. Stayed 2 nights, rooms where nice and clean and decent size. Great area within walking distance of most places. Good restaurants close by. Staff was willing to recommend places. This is a great place for the price! I would stay here again if ever in Seattle.
Traveller from Vancouver WA
This downtown Seattle hotel is in Belltown, within one-half mile of Seattle Center, Westlake Center, and Pike Place Market …More
Belltown Luxury Suites by Nspire - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$294

Belltown Luxury Suites by Nspire

2415 Western Ave, Apt 323, Seattle - Map
 
 
Located in Downtown Seattle, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Olympic Sculpture Park, Pike Place Market, and …More
The Maxwell Hotel - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Maxwell Hotel - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality

300 Roy St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Hotel = Awesome, Travelocity = Sucked"
The Maxwell Hotel (Pineapple Group) was by far the best hotel I've ever stayed at. In my future travels I will definitely be sure to stay at one of their places before any other. The hotel was beautiful, staff was very friendly and accommodating, great location. Definitely a 5 star in my opinion. Where I was very disappointing is on the Travelocity side. I called to book a room I found off travelocity (thinking it was the direct line to the hotel) and made reservations for a room with a view, king bed. The rate I paid for was for all of these requirements (which was advertised on Travelocity site). When I got there, they had no record I paid for a room with a view and said normally they would have had to charge me a higher rate. But because they were kind and by far the best, they accommodated me without charging any further rates. In the future, I will ensure I book directly with the hotels I find on travelocity instead of going through the 3rd party.
Traveller from Minneapolis, MN
Located in Downtown Seattle, this boutique hotel is steps from Teatro ZinZanni and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. Seattle Center …More
Mayflower Park Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Mayflower Park Hotel

405 Olive Way, Seattle - Map
 
 
Central location to everything. Easy check-in and check-out, valet and room service was great. Would definitely stay again.
A Traveller
Built in 1927, this 12-story hotel is connected by walkway to Westlake Center shops and by monorail to the Space Needle; Pike …More
Hotel FIVE - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hotel FIVE - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality

2200 Fifth Avenue, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Perfect experience, great location"
We LOVED this hotel! The location is perfect, about halfway between the Space Needle and the heart of the downtown shopping district, both within easy walking distance. Top Pot coffee shop is just a few doors away for breakfast, and there's easy access to public transportation. Neighborhood felt safe and non-threatening. The room was very clean and well-appointed, with European style duvets that were SO comfortable. The bathroom was very nice with Tommy Bahama grooming products provided, as well as a robe, slippers and umbrella. There was a good-sized in-room safe, single-serve Keurig machine with k-cups provided, and daily cupcakes and coffee in the lobby. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly (I had to borrow their stapler to attach our paper cruise tags to our luggage). I highly recommend this hotel and will certainly book here again if we're ever in Seattle (fingers crossed!!).
Traveller from Tupelo, MS
Featuring a funky, modern style, this Seattle hotel is in the hip Belltown neighborhood,5 blocks from Pacific Place and …More
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

99 Union St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"They were ready for me"
We had such a great experience. We checked in early and the room was ready. Great room with a view. Concierge was helpful. The staff was great and they brought up a special dessert to the room for my Wife's birthday. TV in the bathroom mirror. How cool is that?
Traveller from Denver
Offering modern luxury in an ideal downtown setting, Four Seasons Hotel Seattle is across from the Seattle Art Museum, 1 …More

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    While some may be content to while away their vacation days laying by the pool or taking their fifth trip to Cabo, you, traveler, are not one of those people. You’re a trailblazer. You’re the first to uncover trendy new destinations—and all the hip places within them. Seattle, Washington is your perfect getaway. This city blazes trails of its own, attracting high-tech firms from around the country, launching successful music acts regularly, and still making time to grow organic, eat local, and create beautiful art. With cheap hotels in Seattle, you get more than just extra money in your pocket. You get access to natural wonders, quirky nightlife, and a visionary city that is an incomparable destination.

    Things to Do in Seattle

    Hotels in Seattle are near some of America’s most recognizable landmarks, from the towering Space Needle to the venerated neon sign of Pike Place Market and the somewhat less-revered Gum Wall, which, perhaps to your relief, was recently cleaned. Begin your busy day of sightseeing at the top of the Space Needle, where you can get a new perspective on life and scope out your future destinations. From the evergreen-covered mountain ranges to the east to Elliott Bay in the west, with downtown Seattle sparkling in between, this is one view you are sure to remember forever.

    Do you spot Pike Place Market? This is one of the most popular—and iconic— things to do in Seattle, and you simply can’t miss it. A morning tour is a whirlwind of action: Chefs purchase their organic produce for the day, shoppers pick out colorful bouquets, and vendors and fishmongers shout prices over the melodic sounds of buskers tuning their instruments. Yes, the very first Starbucks is here, and there is other history here too, wanderer. The market is over one hundred years old. Be sure to visit market mascot Rachel the Pig, where you can share the wealth with a donation and rub her snout to earn a year of good luck.

    Eating and Drinking

    Speaking of Pike Place, it’s also a grand place to try Seattle’s version of a veritable seafood standby: chowder. Sure, New England and Manhattan have their versions, but this is something new and different. A silky smooth rendition with shellfish, salmon, vegetables, and plenty of cream and butter, Market Chowder will delight your taste buds—and inspire you to continue your epic food quest.

    Wander your way south of Pike Place to downtown and Pioneer Square, two of the best places to stay in Seattle if you are a true foodie. Practice the art of oyster eating (swish, add a squirt of lemon, and slurp—you’re practically a professional) and let the smells of warm apple pies draw you in as you stroll the avenues. If you’re up for something bold, try a Seattle-style hot dog, which comes with cream cheese on it, or learn what a geoduck is. We can tell you that it doesn’t quack; it is actually a very large clam. If this sounds like your ideal itinerary, one of Seattle's waterfront hotels will suit you perfectly.

    Thirsty? Seattle is the unofficial capital of coffee, but you don’t have to go to its most famous chain to enjoy a cup of steamy goodness. There are cafes on every corner offering up locally roasted, organic, artisan beans blended to excellence. If your desires lie with a more alcoholic beverage, you’re in luck: This city is also known for its craft breweries. With successful hop-growing areas just east of town, this is the freshest beer around.

    Day Trips from Seattle

    Seattle hotels are surrounded by nature, and there is something to be found in every season, for every type of traveler. Lovers of the great outdoors like you should plan on renting a car to experience some of the best Seattle day trips just outside city limits. Prepare to be awed by the natural beauty of the North Cascades, magnificent Mount Rainier, and the 90-foot plunge of Marymere Falls. The power of Mother Nature does not stop there, however. The jagged, plunging coastline cliffs of Olympic National Park are a powerful reminder of greater forces at work.

    For a trip filled with man-made wonders, be sure you’ve packed your passport and make your way up to Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, Canada. The stately and grandiose parliament building may make you think you’re in Europe, if only for a moment, and the historic James Bay neighborhood will bring you back in time as well. Of course, you simply must take a moment to sip high tea before you embark on the trip back to your Seattle lodging.

    Green Spaces

    Feel the breeze in your hair as you ferry your way to outdoor adventures on the San Juan Islands. Which one fits your travel personality? Lopez Island is nicknamed the “Friendly Isle,” so if boundless farmland, miles of brilliant shoreline, and neighborly residents are your idea of a day well spent, you will feel right at home. If you seek adventure, climb the peaks of Orcas Island or cycle through the hilly terrain in search of rustic farms and quaint villages. If you are the type of globe-trotter who measures holiday success by the souvenirs you find, you don’t need to go far when your ferry docks at Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Peruse antique stores and bookshops or browse the local galleries for a painting that captures the essence of your island experience.

    If you yearn for a romp along green meadows and the clean, fresh air that only a park can provide, the Washington Park Arboretum awaits. Travel through Asia, North America, and Australia and New Zealand on an epic journey of discovery. The bright pinks and greens of Japanese maples, vivid reds of holly berries and showy blooms of camellias will look spectacular in your scrapbook for years to come.

    If you are ready to map out your next trailblazing discoveries, allow Travelocity to help you settle upon where to stay in Seattle. Whether you are interested in the “Emerald City” for its delectable food and coffee, sensational outdoor activities, exemplary landmarks, or a combination of everything, this is a town that is sure to satisfy.

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