Hotels near International District
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Located just east of Pioneer Square, the International District was originally settled by immigrant Chinese laborers in the late 19th century. Later immigrants from Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Southeast Asia and the Philippines moved into the district, which is now considered one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the city. In 1986 the International District received official federal designation as the "Seattle Chinatown Historic District," and its immigrant roots are honored in Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Experience. One of the neighborhood's top attractions is the Uwajimaya Asian Grocery and Gift store, a 36,000 square-foot supermarket stocked with enough exciting ingredients to launch your own international restaurant chain.

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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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Located just east of Pioneer Square, the International District was originally settled by immigrant Chinese laborers in the late 19th century. Later immigrants from Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Southeast Asia and the Philippines moved into the district, which is now considered one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the city. In 1986 the International District received official federal designation as the "Seattle Chinatown Historic District," and its immigrant roots are honored in Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Experience. One of the neighborhood's top attractions is the Uwajimaya Asian Grocery and Gift store, a 36,000 square-foot supermarket stocked with enough exciting ingredients to launch your own international restaurant chain.

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