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Convenience and character are the two qualities that define accommodations in Seattle, which range from historic hotels in relaxed Queen Anne, to trendy locations in the University District. Whether you are seeking amenities close to downtown attractions or a room in the airport area for that overnight business stopover, accommodations are almost as easy to find in Seattle as things to do.
Many of the city's upscale hotels and inns are located in restored historic buildings and careful attention has been taken to capture the personality and ambiance of the area. Well-appointed furnishings, boutique-style settings and attractive vistas are hallmarks of Seattle hotels and inns.
Seattle's picturesque University District with its quaint settings and Lake Union proximity has long been a favorite location for business travelers and vacationers alike. The U District is known for its wide selection of restaurants and espresso bars and is an easy drive (or bus ride) to downtown attractions and kayaking locations.
Downtown offers a variety of accommodations from budget motels to bed and breakfast inns. Some accommodations in the Queen Anne area offer panoramic views of the Space Needle, downtown and surrounding areas.
North Seattle has the advantage of being close to the University of Washington, Shoreline and North Seattle's growing business area. It's also within easy access of I-5, for northbound commuters heading to Bellingham and Vancouver, British Columbia. Accommodations range from state-of-the-art executive hotels with conference facilities to historic boutique inns designed for vacation stays.
The Airport District, while located outside of Seattle's centralized area, is often convenient for business and short-stay travelers. Many hotels cater to conference attendees, as well as southbound drivers en route to Portland, California and other locations.
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
Seattle's Historic Hotels by Robin Shannon. Discover the stories of Seattle's historic hotels that are preserved in more than 200 vintage photographs, postcards, and memorabilia, allowing readers to see how the hotels got their beginnings and for a glimpse of how life used to be. Order now...
Moon Seattle (Moon Handbooks) by Allison Williams. Written by a Seattleite, this guide offers everything you need to know about the Emerald City. Discover unique landmarks, points of interest, quirky curiosities and hidden secrets through photos, maps and provocative descriptions to make the most of your trip to Seattle. Order now...
Frommer's Seattle, 10th Edition (Frommer's Color Complete) by Karl Samson. Updated information in this user friendly guide enables you to find everything from what to do and see to daytrips and weekend excursions to the gorgeous national parks, Puget Sound islands, and the nearby wine country. Full color map is also included. Order now...
Seattle (City Guide), 6th Edition, by Heidi Johansen. Full color photos and maps along with descriptions and travel advice for the best sights and experiences make up this travel guide. Discover history, culture and the diverse neighborhoods of Seattle. Order now...
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