Hotels near Pioneer Square
“Travel can be one of the most rewarding forms of introspection.”
- Lawrence Durrell
Seattle was founded in 1852 on tidal flats, in an area now called Pioneer Square. In 1889 the mostly low wooden buildings built were devastated by fire. By decree new buildings were constructed of stone or brick, and "street level" was raised one or two stories higher. The neighborhood was rebuilt atop the old ruins, which remained buried and mostly forgotten—until 1965, when promoter Bill Speidel established Seattle's Underground Tour. Speidel and others helped revitalize Pioneer Square in the 1970s and succeeded in having much of the neighborhood designated a historic district. Today the area is quite pedestrian-friendly and its Romanesque Victorian architecture is key to the district's charm. The Pioneer Square neighborhood is home to upscale art galleries and studios, antique shops, sports bars, cafés and bookstores.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Pioneer Square

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
The Moore Hotel
The Moore Hotel
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3.7
751 reviews
1926 2nd Ave, Seattle
from $145
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
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Seattle was founded in 1852 on tidal flats, in an area now called Pioneer Square. In 1889 the mostly low wooden buildings built were devastated by fire. By decree new buildings were constructed of stone or brick, and "street level" was raised one or two stories higher. The neighborhood was rebuilt atop the old ruins, which remained buried and mostly forgotten—until 1965, when promoter Bill Speidel established Seattle's Underground Tour. Speidel and others helped revitalize Pioneer Square in the 1970s and succeeded in having much of the neighborhood designated a historic district. Today the area is quite pedestrian-friendly and its Romanesque Victorian architecture is key to the district's charm. The Pioneer Square neighborhood is home to upscale art galleries and studios, antique shops, sports bars, cafés and bookstores.

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