21 Apr 2019 - 22 Apr 2019
2 guests - 1 room
The home of grunge, Starbucks, and tech-giants Microsoft and Amazon, Seattle has always been an achingly cool place to be. The legacy of Nirvana lives on in the city's vibrant music and arts scene, with something to impress even the most jaded of culture vultures. It's a great destination for nature lovers too, with epic hiking trails through evergreen forests and prime whale watching in Puget Sound. You'll be seeing that iconic, Space Needle skyline soon.
Find the best places to stay in Seattle with our brief guide to the city's main neighbourhoods.
Business travellers will want to base themselves in this thrumming area of Seattle. This neighbourhood is home to big corporations, towering skyscrapers and popular chain restaurants. Shopaholics would do well to base themselves here, as it's where most of the big department stores are.
Sightseers flock to hotels on Seattle's waterfront, one of the city's most visited neighbourhoods. Hotels here boast excellent views, and make the perfect base if you're stopping in the city for one night during a cruise. Chain restaurants, souvenir stores and boat tour companies are the main attractions here.
Nightlife seekers should look for hotels near Pioneer Square, and its neighbouring quarters of SoDo and the International District. This historic neighbourhood is one of the liveliest spots in Seattle after nightfall. During the day it's a lovely place to stroll around, with buildings dating back to the late 19th Century.
Hipster travellers will find a home away from home with hotels in Belltown. One of Seattle's trendiest neighbourhoods, it has a buzzing nightlife and plenty of quirky boutiques. As well as excellent clubs and bars, this area is also home to Pike Place Market – a dream come true for foodies.
Lower Queen Anne
This laid-back neighbourhood is known for its great value restaurants and hotels, making it the perfect base for backpackers and other budget conscious travellers. The peaceful atmosphere also makes it a top choice for families. It backs onto Seattle Centre, so you're not too far from the action.
Cheap hotels in Seattle
It's easy to find cheap hotels in Seattle – just enter your trip dates into our hotel search and away you go. Filter the results by price to find accommodation that suits your budget, or simply sort the results from low to high to see the cheapest hotels first.
There are plenty of bargains in Seattle, but our users have been especially impressed by these wallet-friendly hotels.
America's Best Value Inn – This cheap and cheerful motel offers free Wi-Fi throughout. Every room has a fridge and seating area.
Days Inn Seattle South Tukwila – This traditional hotel is near the airport, making it a convenient choice for a budget stay in Seattle.
Crown Inn – This motel is excellent value near the city centre. Rooms are basic but comfortable.
Autumn is the best time to visit Seattle, as the summer crowds have left but the cold weather hasn't quite drawn in. Days are still fairly warm, and there are lots of exciting festivals to enjoy (such as September's Bumbershoot). Summer is a very popular time to visit Seattle, as it's the driest time in the city (which is famous for its rain).
Cheapest time to visit Seattle
You'll find lower hotel room rates in autumn and spring. March to May is a cheap time to visit Seattle, but do be prepared for chilly weather and freezing wind off the Pacific. Before booking your hotel, double check that there aren't any conventions or festivals taking place during your trip dates. This can push hotel prices up.
Book your hotel in Seattle as early as possible – prices tend to rise as rooms get booked out. Last minute hotel deals in Seattle are great if you can find them, but if you have your heart set on a certain hotel or neighbourhood it's best not to risk it.
With our hotel search, it's always the best time to book hotels in Seattle. We show you the lowest prices across the board, including special travel agent deals as well as offers direct from the hotel.
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.
We had a blast in Seattle! The nighttime view from the Space Needle was amazing!