Hotels near Magnolia
Magnolia was once a major trading post for goods brought from the Pacific. Today, Magnolia is Seattle's biggest neighborhood, and three rail systems separate it from the rest of the city. The neighborhood is home to high-income families and urban singles with advanced degrees. Seattle Center near Magnolia offers visitors a range of things to do. When you visit, hotels are scarce in Magnolia. However, there are plenty of alternatives nearby, including the Mediterranean Inn and the Inn at Queen Anne.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Magnolia

Ballard Inn
Ballard Inn
281 reviews
5300 Ballard Avenue NW, Sijetl
from $101
Inn of Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast
Inn of Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast
19 reviews
3258 14th Avenue West Queen Anne Hill, Seattle
from $150
Hotel Ballard
Hotel Ballard
5216 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle
from $189
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Cheap Lodging Choices and Transportation Near Magnolia

Magnolia is several miles from Seattle Center and the Space Needle. It is easy to get around by car, taxi, bus, or bicycle.  Bus routes 24 and 33 serve the area. Additionally, an elevated monorail system connects downtown Seattle and Seattle Center, running just short of one mile along Fifth Avenue and Seattle Center. Adults tickets are $2.25; children and seniors pay $1.00; and children under age four can ride for free. Of course, there are plenty of limos to get you to your destination, but those are pricey. 

There are many choices in the area for cheap lodging. Places offered on Airbnb, HomeAway, and City Hostel Seattle are the least expensive. If you prefer a budget-friendly hotel that won't break the bank, try Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Seattle City Center, Belltown Inn, Seattle Pacific Hotel, the Inn at Queen Anne, or the Mediterranean Inn.

Choosing the Best Time to Visit Magnolia

Beware of the rainy season. Seattle is very wet from November to April. The best time to visit Magnolia Seattle is between September and October. Summer marks the high season, when hotel rates rise and availability declines. Visiting in the summer brings a lot of bright sunshine, but at a cost.