|Most expensive month:||July|
|Average price in Seattle:||$205/night|
|Absolute cheapest price found:||$16/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
$13 - $430
$18 - $208
Best prices found by HotelsCombined users in the past 24 hours.
Our travelers prefer to stay in places like Capitol Hill, Ballard, and Queen Anne while in Seattle.
Motif Seattle, a Destination by Hyatt Hotel is a very popular hotel in Seattle with a score of 8.7 from 1,480 reviews. The Edgewater, a Noble House Hotel (8.6 from 374 reviews) and The Westin Seattle (8.4 from 872 reviews) are also highly rated Seattle hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
With a rating of 8.7/10 from 1,480 reviews, Motif Seattle, a Destination by Hyatt Hotel is a hotel close to Seattle Center that is well recommended by HotelsCombined users.
Motif Seattle, a Destination by Hyatt Hotel is rated 8.7 from 1,480 reviews and is close to Seattle Waterfront.
1,480 HotelsCombined reviews of Motif Seattle, a Destination by Hyatt Hotel score it 8.7/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Space Needle.
Hotels in Seattle cost an average of $224/night according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours. A 4- or 5-star hotel in Seattle had higher average prices of $321/night and $534/night respectively.
Prices for Seattle hotels have been found for as low as $39/night over the last 3 days.
You need to be downtown to experience Seattle’s top-rated hotels and all they have to offer. Charter Seattle, for example, is a luxury-centric hotel in an ultra-convenient location and on the waterfront and nearby must-visit places like Paramount Theatre, Nordstrom, Westlake Center, and Pacific Place shopping center. Located also in Downtown Seattle is the Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle, which is within access to popular area attractions, including but not limited to Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Waterfront Neighborhood, King Street Station, Lake Union Park, Seattle Center Monorail, University Street Station, and more. For cheap hotels in Seattle, consider staying at the Warwick Seattle, Ace Hotel, The Belltown Inn, Hotel Max, or Mediterranean Inn. If you want to find cheap hotels in Seattle like the Renaissance Seattle Hotel, consider using a reliable search engine like HotelsCombined to compare prices, including specific services and amenities that fit your budget and overall needs.
Seattle and its environs are filled with local attractions and kid-friendly activities that you will need a few return trips to the city to experience them all. Luckily, there are just as many Seattle hotels, and we recommend staying at the Kimpton Alexis Hotel to be near the popular Pike Place Market. Book hotels in Seattle like the family-friendly Hotel Sorrento and Grand Hyatt Seattle to be near the towering Space Needle and hop aboard its elevators to enjoy uninterrupted views of the city. While rooms at the Four Seasons Hotel are spacious enough to fit a large family comfortably, consider cheaper alternatives like The Maxwell Hotel and The Westin for their kid-friendly indoor pool. If you are traveling with a huge family and are looking to book a hotel in Seattle that provides shuttle services, The Silver Cloud Hotel Stadium may be just what you need. This family-friendly hotel provides transportation to many of Seattle area attractions, restaurants, and pre-arranged travel-related venues.
When you want a bit of quiet time accompanied by luxury services and amenities, we recommend staying at the Four Seasons hotel that overlooks Elliot Bay and the Puget Sound and whose location is within walkable distance to Westlake Center transit hub. You can also experience some peace at the Grand Hyatt Seattle hotel, which features all the amenities that allow for an exclusive vacation, especially for couples. Because Grand Hyatt Seattle is in the heart of Seattle, it means that you will be in proximity to University Street Station and Pike Place Market. You will also be near notable landmarks such as the Paramount Theater, Seattle Art Museum, Nordstrom Corporate Headquarters, and area attractions like Seattle Aquarium, the Great Wheel, Space Needle, Museum of Pop Culture, and Lumen Field. Consider The Sound Hotel Seattle for proximity to Pocket Beach, Seattle Center, Waterfront Park, and more.
Depending on what you’re craving for, you will most likely find it in most of Seattle’s neighborhoods, but you have to know where to look. For example, if you want an authentic Seattle experience, Ballard is the neighborhood to be. Also check out Fremont, locally referred to as “the center of the universe,” as it’s a frequented shopping destination. Capitol Hill, on the other hand, is a walkable neighborhood that’s great for good eats as this artsy mecca is overflowing with trendy bars and restaurants. Visit Nue restaurant for internationally-inspired meals such as shakshuka, Chengdu spicy jumbo wings, Portuguese peri-peri chicken sandwiches, and Trinidadian curried channa. For some Southern meals, try Witness, Fogon Cocina for Mexican food, Kedai Makan for Malaysian cuisine, and Ishoni Yakiniku for some Japanese barbeque. For proximity to the abovementioned hotels, we recommend cheap hotels in Seattle like Sonder Solis or Hotel Ballard located near points of interest such as Discovery Park and the famous Pike Place Market.