Sea-Tac, WA Hotels
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SeaTac, Wash., has swiftly become one of America's biggest must-see destinations due to its incredible natural charm and quirky urban scene. Hotels like Cedarbrook Lodge and Three Tree Point Bed & Breakfast offer affordable and memorable lodging possibilities. Find out the best places and times to book cheap.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Sea-Tac, WA

Travelodge SeaTac Airport - North
Travelodge SeaTac Airport - North
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5.0
Fair
14845 International Blvd, SeaTac
from $50
Coast Gateway Hotel
Coast Gateway Hotel
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8.6
Excellent
18415 International Boulevard, Seattle
from $104
Rodeway Inn
Rodeway Inn
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6.6
Good
2930 S. 176th St., SeaTac
from $49
La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Sea-Tac
La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Sea-Tac
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8.1
Excellent
2824 South 188th St, Seattle
from $75
Sleep Inn Sea Tac Airport
Sleep Inn Sea Tac Airport
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8.4
Excellent
20406 International Blvd, SeaTac
from $67
Cedarbrook Lodge SEA Airport
Cedarbrook Lodge SEA Airport
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9.4
Excellent
18525 36th Ave South, Seattle
from $149
Skyway Inn Hotel
Skyway Inn Hotel
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6.4
Good
20045 International Blvd, Seattle
from $50
Americas Best Value Inn
Americas Best Value Inn
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6.1
Good
20620 International Blvd, Seattle
from $47
Best Western Airport Executel Hotel
Best Western Airport Executel Hotel
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8.3
Excellent
20717 International Boulevard, Seattle
from $89
Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport
Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport
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8.0
Excellent
18118 International Boulevard, Seattle
from $125
More About Sea-Tac, WA Hotels...

Avoid the Wet Season (and still get great deals)

SeaTac and the Pacific Northwest region are well-known for having rainy, overcast winters. And while prices are often much lower during this low season, the extra downpour can put a damper on an otherwise amazing vacation. For a match of great weather and prices, head to SeaTac between September and November. Peak summer crowds will be long gone by then, leaving an abundance of bargain-priced rooms in a beautifully sunny and mild climate. 

Choose an Airport-Friendly Hotel

SeaTac's proximity to the airport makes it an excellent place to start your King County vacation. While there are many convenient lodging options close to the airport, avoid hotels that begin at less than $100, as these tend to get the worst reviews.

The Cedarbrook Lodge is a highly popular budget airport hotel. Guests enjoy complimentary airport shuttle service and lodgings surrounded by natural restored wetlands. 

Those exploring SeaTac and King County without a car will find plenty of transportation options, including the Central Link light rail system.

Get Panoramic Views with a Bed & Breakfast

SeaTac and neighboring Seattle have an abundance of boutique hotels and quaint bed and breakfasts for the discerning guest to choose. These lodging facilities offer a unique experience away from the cookie-cutter hotel chains at exceptionally reasonable rates. For example, the highly rated Three Tree Point Bed & Breakfast drops its rates significantly beginning on every October 1. Guests cite breathtaking panoramic views of Mount Rainier, the Olympic Mountains, and Puget Sound. They also note the Three Tree Point's exceptional service as one of the lodging's top qualities. 

Luxury Living on a Budget

It is definitely possible to get a luxury hotel for cheap in King County. The trick is knowing when to book it. First, plan your trip for the beginning of the low season/end of the high, and play the waiting game. Hotel prices in this area will drop significantly the closer to the date. Additionally, try to book during the weekday when possible. 

The Edgewater Hotel is a great example of a luxury hotel that often lists special offers for the patient and Internet-savvy guest. This waterfront hotel offers an impressive amount of in-room luxury amenities, such as gas fireplaces, minibars, in-room coffee makers, pine furnishings, plush comforters, and complimentary bath amenities, including your own rubber ducky. 

Stay in Downtown's Mayflower Park Hotel

Did you know that SeaTac's nearby Olympic National Park has the only rainforest in the contiguous United States? The biodiversity and unique ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest attract millions of visitors each year. If you're visiting with the family pet, take the pooch for a romp at SeaTac's Grandview Off-Leash Dog Park. But if you're looking for more urban attractions, head to Seattle's downtown and check out the historic Pike Place Market or famous Space Needle. 

If you want to be exceptionally close to Seattle's premier downtown attractions, consider a night stay at the Mayflower Park Hotel. This affordable downtown hotel was recently restored to its classic 1920s European elegance. While the hotel offers many spectacular amenities, its greatest asset is location and price. Enjoy being blocks away from the Seattle Aquarium, the Washington State Convention and Trade Center, and a massive array of downtown museums, theaters, restaurants, and shopping venues.