Hotels near Fremont
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Fremont is famous/notorious for its annual Summer Solstice Parade and Pageant, featuring naked bicyclists. At the center of Fremont's self-proclaimed "Center of the Universe" stands a seven-ton, 16-foot bronze statue of Vladimir Lenin, striding confidently into the future. Two blocks south past eateries, clubs, and pubs is the Fremont Rocket, a WWII airplane tail boom modified to look like a Cold War missile. Lurking menacingly beneath the Aurora Avenue Bridge is an 18-foot tall concrete sculpture of the Fremont Troll. A life-size, lifelike cast-aluminum sculpture of six people and a dog called Waiting for the Interurban graces the intersection of 34th and Fremont Avenue, across the street from local-legendary Blue Moon Burgers. There is a thriving and vibrant Fremont Sunday Street Market year-round.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Fremont

Hotel Nexus Seattle
Hotel Nexus Seattle
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3.8
1120 reviews
2140 N Northgate Way, Seattle
from $119
Seattle University Travelodge
Seattle University Travelodge
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2.6
822 reviews
4725 25th Ave Ne, Seattle
from $76
Days Inn Seattle - North of Downtown
Days Inn Seattle - North of Downtown
9100 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle
from $89
La Hacienda Motel
La Hacienda Motel
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2.8
153 reviews
5414 1st Ave S, Seattle
from $99
MarQueen Hotel
MarQueen Hotel
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3.6
1178 reviews
600 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
from $139
Best Western Loyal Inn
Best Western Loyal Inn
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3.7
636 reviews
2301 8th Ave, Seattle
from $188
Talaris Conference Center
Talaris Conference Center
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3.5
428 reviews
4000 Ne 41st St, Seattle
from $159
Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Seattle Marriott Waterfront
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3.6
935 reviews
2100 Alaskan Way, Seattle
from $219
Inn At Queen Anne
Inn At Queen Anne
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3.2
1056 reviews
505 1st Ave N, Seattle
from $136
Courtyard Seattle Downtown Pioneer Square
Courtyard Seattle Downtown Pioneer Square
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3.8
827 reviews
612 2nd Ave, Seattle
from $159
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Fremont is famous/notorious for its annual Summer Solstice Parade and Pageant, featuring naked bicyclists. At the center of Fremont's self-proclaimed "Center of the Universe" stands a seven-ton, 16-foot bronze statue of Vladimir Lenin, striding confidently into the future. Two blocks south past eateries, clubs, and pubs is the Fremont Rocket, a WWII airplane tail boom modified to look like a Cold War missile. Lurking menacingly beneath the Aurora Avenue Bridge is an 18-foot tall concrete sculpture of the Fremont Troll. A life-size, lifelike cast-aluminum sculpture of six people and a dog called Waiting for the Interurban graces the intersection of 34th and Fremont Avenue, across the street from local-legendary Blue Moon Burgers. There is a thriving and vibrant Fremont Sunday Street Market year-round.

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