Mix and match convenient flights and luxurious hotels and book your own custom vacation package in Seattle, WA. Many guests love to stay downtown, because they have easy access to most of the city’s beloved landmarks and transportation to other neighborhoods is easy breezy. Consider these guest favorites as you plan your great escape:
If you're into art and architecture, browse the Seattle Public Library (the Central Library), EMP Museum, the Seattle Art Museum, and Chihuly Garden and Glass—all located downtown or in Lower Queen Anne. Inspired by sea creatures and colors and the curved lines of the Pacific Coast, the sculptures at Chihuly Garden and Glass remind you to admire the landscape. Don’t miss the sounds and sights of the picturesque Puget Sound as you wander through west-side neighborhoods; take a moment to look out over the water.
Want to take Seattle vacations like a local? You’ll need a key ingredient: team spirit. Catch a fly ball at a Mariners baseball game at Safeco Field in spring or summer, a Seahawks football game in autumn or winter at CenturyLink Field, or a Sounders soccer game between March and November. It doesn’t matter which football team you cheer for back home—when you’re here, you’re the 12th Man, so get swept up in the moment.
From Hempfest in August to the Capitol Hill Block Party in late July, Seattle hosts some famous events. Bumberfest over Labor Day weekend is a fun music and arts festival, and the Fremont Solstice Fair in June is always alive with magic and mischief. As you search for the best Seattle package deals, plan your trip around a calendar brimming with city celebrations and cultural events. Come November, browse the Best of the Northwest, a fine arts and crafts show organized by the Northwest Art Alliance.
Experience all the artistry, energy, and breathtaking beauty of the Evergreen State with a fabulous yet cheap vacation in Seattle from Travelocity. We offer a price-matching guarantee, so if you find a better price anywhere else, we’ll match it.
Nothing's wrong with a middle-of-the-road vacation kicking back beside the pool, but travel's about experiencing new things. So why not dive into some fantastic new adventures? (This way, you'll have stacks more to brag about when you get back home!)
Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Seattle? Check out our Seattle travel guide!
There are plenty of one-of-a-kind experiences in Seattle. Don’t leave without trying a few of these activities:
You will find the smallest crowds of tourists during April and May which generally reveals a cheaper time to book trips to Seattle.
If you want to be among the action, this is where you need to stay. This bustling area provides easy access to many top-notch restaurants and retail stores. Renowned attractions such as Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum are a stroll away.
Serious sightseers should book accommodations in Queen Anne, about 2 miles north of Downtown Seattle. Visit the historic Space Needle, spend an afternoon at the Seattle Center or wander around the Museum of Pop Culture. In the evening, stop by Kerry Park and capture a photo of the gorgeous Seattle skyline.
June, July, and August are very popular times to take vacations to Seattle.
Attracting nearly 40 million tourists each year, Seattle is known for its:
Spend some time exploring the Seattle Waterfront and its seafood restaurants, gift shops and charming piers. If you’re an art buff, the Seattle Art Museum is a must-visit. Wander the halls and appreciate modern and historic paintings, textiles and sculptures. In need of some fresh air? Stroll around Discovery Park or venture out a little further to Mount Rainier National Park.
December is the best time to book Seattle vacation deals if you're looking for cheap travel rates.
Travelers can find fun activities for as low as $10 which is very affordable in Seattle.
The U.S. dollar (USD) is the official currency used in Seattle.
|Cheapest Seattle package||$257|
|Savings on package deals||Up to 16%|
|High season||July, June, May|
|Low season||October, December, November|
|Cheapest check-in date||2021-02-16|
|Cheapest check-out date||2021-02-12|
|Cheapest month to stay in Seattle||December|
Jun 6 - Jun 7
Jun 11 - Jun 12
Jun 21 - Jun 22
Downtown Seattle: Don't waste your time on public transportation and rushing madly around. This neighborhood has it all, from Pike Place Market to Washington State Convention Center. Kick back at The State Hotel, the Test Hotel EPCO Training or the Palihotel Seattle when you've had enough sightseeing.
Bellevue: Shopping addicts will be in paradise here. See what bargains you can score at Bellevue Square and Crossroads Mall before relaxing in comfort at your hotel. Top places to stay include the Hyatt House Seattle/Bellevue, the Quality Inn Bellevue and the Extended Stay America Seattle-Bellevue-Factoria.
Belltown: Home to Pier 69 and Pier 66, we're confident you won't hear the kids complain "There's nothing to do!" here. This area has some unique family-friendly sights and is the perfect place to spend time with the troops. Recommended hotels include The Belltown Inn, the Staypineapple, Hotel FIVE, Downtown Seattle or The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.
Queen Anne: You've got plenty of choices when it comes to welcoming hotels in this neighborhood. The MarQueen Hotel, the US Onboarding Test Prop 02 and the Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle will roll out the welcome mat for you. From any one of these, you're perfectly placed to roam around famous attractions like Space Needle.
^Savings based on all package bookings made with Flight + Hotel on Travelocity.com from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.