Hotels near Ballard
Hip, trendy, upbeat, and upscale are the best ways to describe the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, WA. Visitors have many affordable hotels to choose from here. Ballard is located near the University District and the I-5 Express, providing convenient access to Hotel Deca, Watertown Hotel*, and Silver Cloud Inn University.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Ballard

Travelodge Seattle North/Aurora
Travelodge Seattle North/Aurora
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3.6
176 reviews
8512 Aurora Ave N, Seattle
from $69
Comfort Inn & Suites Seattle
Comfort Inn & Suites Seattle
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3.3
296 reviews
13700 Aurora Avenue N, Seattle
from $119
Days Inn Seattle - North of Downtown
Days Inn Seattle - North of Downtown
9100 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle
from $89
W Seattle
W Seattle
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3.7
1914 reviews
1112 4th Ave, Seattle
from $154
Travelodge By The Space Needle
Travelodge By The Space Needle
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3.5
1892 reviews
200 6th Ave N, Seattle
from $109
Hotel Andra
Hotel Andra
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4.1
558 reviews
2000 4th Ave, Seattle
from $219
Best Western Loyal Inn
Best Western Loyal Inn
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3.7
636 reviews
2301 8th Ave, Seattle
from $188
Motif Seattle
Motif Seattle
1415 5th Ave, Seattle
from $152
The Inn at Virginia Mason
The Inn at Virginia Mason
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3.6
838 reviews
1006 Spring Street, Seattle
from $129
Inn at the Market
Inn at the Market
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4.1
357 reviews
86 Pine St, Seattle
from $285
Events near Ballard
More About Hotels near Ballard...

The Best of Ballard

Hotel Deca and Watertown Hotel* are located in the University District amid eclectic shops, pubs, restaurants, and nightclubs. Hotel Deca features a restaurant and airport shuttle and Watertown Hotel* features a business and fitness center. Silver Cloud Inn University is a smoke-free hotel with on-site restaurant, pool, fitness center, and laundry facilities. The hotel also provides a shuttle service. Seattle features restaurants, cultural activities, and nightlife options plus affordable hotels, including the Hyatt at Olive 8* and Sheraton Seattle Hotel.   

What to See and How to Get There

Seattle offers a variety of transportation options including public buses, rental cars, taxis, limo services, and SoundTransit rail. Points of interest include the Golden Gardens Park with its sandy beach, the Ballard Farmers Market, Henry Art Museum, Burke Museum of Natural History, Woodland Park Zoo, and the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks.  

A Time for All Seasons

From skiing in winter to festivals in spring, Ballard is busy. Summer is peak season, but the many conferences from June through August mean higher hotel room rates and less availability. Visitors can find additional budget hotels in Greenwood and the University District less than 20 minutes from Ballard. 

Tidbit/Advice

The best time to visit Ballard is during the fall from September to November. The city is vibrant with fall colors, temperatures from 40 to 70 degrees, and numerous festivals including the annual Earshot Jazz festival. With summer crowds gone, hotels have ample room availability at budget prices.  

*Hipmunk.com does not sell to Watertown Hotel and the Hyatt at Olive 8

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