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Hotels in Seattle

Hotels in Seattle

 

Seattle is on the west coast of America in the borders of Washington State. Whilst the rest of Washington might have a political air about it, Seattle is very much business and pleasure. The city is built up of a dozen or so smaller neighbourhoods, each boasting the ‘best’ coffee, live music and beer in the city – but you’ll have to visit to find out. The city centre is on the edge of Elliott Bay, offering ferry routes to other parts of the US, whereas the airport is in the south of the city.

 

Downtown

 

This is the CBD: it’s the place to go if you’re a business traveller or you’re only here for a quick shopping trip, but there are also a few attractions in Downtown. The waterfront, Pike Place Market and the Space Needle are all huge attractions for travellers coming to Seattle so hotels surround the business and bay area. Generally, these hotels cater for business travellers, families and solo travellers, but there are more social places to stay if you’re backpacking.

 

Capitol Hill

 

Capitol Hill is just above downtown, and it’s a touch edgier than the city centre – expect more independent coffee shops, boutiques and quirky hotels. This is also home to the biggest LGBT community in Seattle, with many bars and clubs for after dark activities. There aren’t as many hotels here, and they’re only a touch more affordable than the city centre.

 

North Seattle

 

North Seattle includes a variety of neighbourhoods and attractions. The university district is across the water, opposite the University of Washington, and it operates a true student lifestyle. Green Lake, Fremont and Ballard are all nice residential areas, close to the lakes, the Zoo and the parks. The hotels here are more geared toward over night stays, as it’s not a touristy place.

 

West Seattle

 

This is one of the nicest places to live in Seattle, with ocean front vistas and green parks dotted around the neighbourhood. There aren’t many hotels here, but there are plenty of bakeries, galleries, shops and restaurants to explore.

 

Georgetown & Seattle-Tacoma Airport

 

Seattle’s airport isn’t far from the city, but if you do want to stay within five minutes of the terminal, it’s possible using the standard range of hotels in Georgetown.