Hotels near Madison Park
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Madison Park is named after the 24-acre green space located on the shore of Lake Washington, where beaches offer stunning views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier. The surrounding neighborhood hosts scores of locally-owned cafés, pubs, coffee houses, toy stores, ice-cream shops, bakeries and boutiques. West of Madison Park is the 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum, one of the finest public gardens in the U.S. Jointly managed by the University of Washington and the city of Seattle, the park is open year-round and has a formal Japanese Garden at the south end of the Arboretum.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Madison Park

Inn at the Market
Inn at the Market
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4.2
379 reviews
86 Pine St, Seattle
from $325
Hotel Monaco Seattle, a Kimpton Hotel
Hotel Monaco Seattle, a Kimpton Hotel
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4.1
1205 reviews
1101 4th Ave, Seattle
from $189
Hotel Sorrento
Hotel Sorrento
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4.0
1060 reviews
900 Madison St, Seattle
from $259
Hotel Andra
Hotel Andra
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4.4
628 reviews
2000 4th Ave, Seattle
from $259
Homewood Suites by Hilton Seattle Conv. Center/Pike Street
from $189
Hyatt Place Seattle Downtown
Hyatt Place Seattle Downtown
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4.2
1033 reviews
110 6th Ave N, Seattle
from $169
Comfort Inn & Suites Seattle
Comfort Inn & Suites Seattle
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3.6
344 reviews
13700 Aurora Avenue N, Seattle
from $84
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
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4.5
379 reviews
99 Union St, Seattle
from $305
Days Inn Seattle - North of Downtown
Days Inn Seattle - North of Downtown
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3.6
193 reviews
9100 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle
from $89
Hotel Seattle
Hotel Seattle
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2.4
819 reviews
315 Seneca St, Seattle
from $102
More About Hotels near Madison Park...

Madison Park is named after the 24-acre green space located on the shore of Lake Washington, where beaches offer stunning views of Lake Washington and Mount Rainier. The surrounding neighborhood hosts scores of locally-owned cafés, pubs, coffee houses, toy stores, ice-cream shops, bakeries and boutiques. West of Madison Park is the 230-acre Washington Park Arboretum, one of the finest public gardens in the U.S. Jointly managed by the University of Washington and the city of Seattle, the park is open year-round and has a formal Japanese Garden at the south end of the Arboretum.

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