Seattle Hotels
“The Space Needle is the international symbol of Seattle, but it's merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to things to love in the iconic Emerald City.”
The Space Needle is the international symbol of Seattle, but it's merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to things to love about the iconic Emerald City. From tourist attractions like Pike Place Market and Woodland Park Zoo, to scenic landmarks like Mt. Rainier and the Puget Sound, to cultural institutions like Seattle Art Museum and The Experience Music Project, Seattle is not only the Pacific Northwest's largest city, but also one of its most dynamic. Forward-thinking hotels like Hotel Vintage, MarQueen Hotel, and Pan Pacific Seattle are just as progressive as Seattle itself.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Seattle

MarQueen Hotel
MarQueen Hotel
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3.7
1222 reviews
600 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
from $179
University Inn Seattle - Pineapple Hospitality
University Inn Seattle - Pineapple Hospitality
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3.9
1102 reviews
4140 Roosevelt Way Ne, Seattle
from $109
Grand Hyatt Seattle
Grand Hyatt Seattle
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4.0
1565 reviews
721 Pine St, Seattle
from $194
Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Downtown Lake Union
Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Downtown Lake Union
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4.0
872 reviews
925 Westlake Ave N, Seattle
from $199
The Inn at Virginia Mason
The Inn at Virginia Mason
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3.6
840 reviews
1006 Spring Street, Seattle
from $149
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
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4.3
373 reviews
99 Union St, Seattle
from $305
Hotel 1000
Hotel 1000
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4.5
1234 reviews
1000 1st Ave, Seattle
from $161
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel
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4.0
1724 reviews
Pier 67, 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle
from $179
The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton
The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton
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4.1
397 reviews
700 3rd Avenue, Seattle
from $229
Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Seattle Marriott Waterfront
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3.6
935 reviews
2100 Alaskan Way, Seattle
from $229
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Downtown Seattle Hotel Deals

Once you arrive at SeaTac International Airport, it's a quick, cheap ride aboard the Link Light Rail to downtown Seattle, whose skyline sparkling in front of the viridescent Cascade Mountain range evokes a real-life Wizard of Oz. Sleep in the shadow of the Space Needle at hotels in downtown Seattle, whether you choose the upscale Warwick Seattle Hotel, a budget property like Quality Inn & Suites Hotel Seattle Center, or a reliable corporate hotel such as Hyatt Place Seattle Downtown. Situate yourself steps from Pike Place Market by finding deals at Motif Seattle, Fairmont Olympic Hotel, or Hotel Monaco Seattle, a Kimpton Hotel.

Downtown Seattle is full of unbelievable hotel deals, no matter how simple or luxurious you prefer your accommodation. Save money for shopping at high street retailers in downtown Seattle by booking a room at the affordable Hotel Seattle, or bring luxury within reach when you score unbelievable steals at the Inn at Queen Anne, Executive Hotel Pacific, or Hotel Deca, a Noble House Hotel.

Cheap Seattle Airport Hotels

Speaking of SeaTac airport, many of the best lodging deals in Seattle are found near the airport – and not just because of the free airport shuttles these hotels offer. Enjoy the comfort of one of America's best-known cheap hotel brands at the Best Western Airport Executel, or decompress from your jetlag at a higher end property like Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport. Hilton Seattle Airport & Conference Center is a great choice for a Seattle Airport hotel, whether you're in town to do business at the Boeing headquarters just down the street, or are simply drawn to the way it effortlessly blends comfort and convenience. 

Seattle International Airport is also a hub for cheap motels in Seattle, if you want to shirk expensive luxury for pricelessness simplicity. When you select a room at Seattle airport motels like Super 8 SeaTac, Rodeway Inn Seattle, and Motel 6 Seattle SeaTac Airport South, you prove that convenience doesn't have to be costly or complicated.

Heritage Hotels in Pioneer Square

Pioneer Square is Seattle's oldest neighborhood, a title it complements with some of the finest small art galleries in the city, artisan restaurants and cafés, and timeless views of the mountains on one side and the mighty Pacific on the other. Classic hotels like Warwick Seattle Hotel and Hotel Max, A Provenance Hotel cement the neighborhood's claim to its history, while innovative boutique properties such as Hotel 1000 and The Edgewater – A Noble House Hotel make sure that Pioneer Square will play an important role on the Seattle cultural scene for years to come.

Another title Pioneer Square claims is as Seattle's international district, in particular because it's home to China Town, Little Saigon, and Seattle's small but growing Cambodian quarter. Stay at Hotel FIVE - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality and savor a mix of aromas, dialects, and street art that will have you feeling like you're in the Far East. Pioneer Square is also among the best places to enjoy fine Asian cuisine in Seattle, from Chinese dim sim, to Vietnamese pho, to Cambodian fish amok.

Seattle's Best Business Hotels

Home to the corporate headquarters of companies like Starbucks Coffee, Microsoft, and Amazon.com, Seattle is one city that means business. Yet in spite of the billions of dollars that flow through the Emerald City each year, many of the cheap hotels in Seattle offer amenities that help you get work done.

Seattle hotels like W Seattle, Grand Hyatt Seattle, and The Westin Seattle balance convenient, central locations with business-friendly amenities, such as 24-hour business centers, property-wide Wi-Fi, and conference and meeting facilities that allow you to do business in the comfort of your home away from home. Leverage concierge services on offer at the boutique Warwick Seattle Hotel to impress your business guests at Seattle's finest restaurants and nightlife spots, or invite prospective business partners to dine with you at hotels such as Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa, whose on-site restaurants are the perfect place to close deals.

If you are headed to one of the dozens of business events Seattle hosts every year, stay near the Washington State Convention Center for optimal convenience. Nearby hotels like Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Best Western Plus Executive Inn, and The Arctic Club Seattle not only boast incredible business amenities, but locations that are mere steps from the entrance to the convention center.

Airbnb Bargains in Capitol Hill

Eclectic Capitol Hill has gained a reputation as one Seattle's most charming neighborhoods, owing to its steep topography, varied architecture, and socially diverse makeup. It is also a largely residential area, which means it is the perfect place to rent a room or home share. Airbnb offers nearly 300 listings in the Capitol Hill Area, from private rooms, to cozy cottages, to entire homes and condominiums, and with prices starting under $100, it's difficult to imagine finding a cheaper place to stay in Seattle.

Gateway to the Cascades

Seattle is an incredible city, but it also happens to sit at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, home to some of the best hiking, scenery, and photography opportunities in the entire country. If you're drawn to Seattle more for vistas than venture capital, or if you prefer mountain air to the funk of grunge music bars, stay in one of Seattle's eastern suburbs across Lake Washington, such as Bellevue, Kirkland, and Redmond.

You will feel like you are only steps away from Mt. Rainier when you book a room at Eastside Seattle hotels like Hotel Bellevue or the Westin Bellevue, where scenic mountain views dominate your field of vision. To business travelers and city tourists, Eastlake hotels like Larkspur Landing Bellevue might seem remote and inconvenient, but if you are headed for the hills, leverage your distance from downtown to score deals you never knew were possible.

The Secret to Saving in Seattle

One thing Seattle is not known for is great weather, but in spite of its perpetual raininess, prices on cheap Seattle hotels do tend to fluctuate based on season. Avoid travel during the summer months of May to October to score the best deals on hotels in Seattle, whether you choose a simpler place to stay like Clarion Hotel Renton, or select an upscale suite at Mediterranean Inn in the heart of downtown Seattle. Since Seattle's weather is relatively constant, whether you find it pleasant or difficult to deal with, events occur year-round in the city, so make sure a big one does not coincide with your planned visit to avoid paying higher rates.

To be sure, with proper planning and research, you can stay anywhere in Seattle at nearly anytime of the year, with money leftover for shopping at Pike Place Market. Whether you are searching for a cheap flight to Seattle or the best deal on Seattle hotel rooms, Hipmunk is there to help you the whole way.

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