Best Seattle holiday apartments
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Hyatt House Seattle DowntownSet across the street from Seattle’s famous Space Needle, Hyatt House Seattle Downtown boasts bright and contemporary guest accommodations complete with individual kitchen amenities. Complimentary WiFi access are available at this hotel.Book now
Palihotel SeattleSituated in Seattle, 300 metres from Pike Place Market, Palihotel Seattle features accommodation with a bar and private parking. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and room service, along with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy city views.Book now
Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle's SouthportOffering a spa centre and hot tub, Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle's Southport is situated in Renton on the shores of Lake Washington. Downtown Seattle is within 30 minutes' drive while Mount Rainier National Park is 80 km from the property.Book now
WhyHotel Seattle-Belltown Luxe Suites Wall StreetLocated in Seattle, 500 metres from Space Needle and less than 1 km from Seattle Center, WhyHotel Seattle-Belltown Luxe Suites Wall Street provides accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, a fitness centre and a shared lounge. Private parking is available on site.Book now
Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington. Located in the north west of the United States, this modern, cosmopolitan metropolis has earned the nickname ‘Emerald City’ because of the huge swathes of evergreen forest that surrounds it. Several of America’s most iconic brands have their headquarters in this great city, including Starbucks, Boeing, Microsoft and Costco. Seattle also has a vibrant night-life, and it is one of the cultural centres of modern-day America. A truly special atmosphere can be experienced throughout the city, and you can experience it first-hand by making a holiday apartment in Seattle your private residence for the duration of your visit.
Vacation Rentals in Seattle
Although there are many hives of activity in Seattle, perhaps the most iconic hub of local life can be found at Pike Place Market. Located in the downtown area, the market is the oldest of its kind in the country. It is home to a theatrical fish market that is famous throughout the world, and the world’s first Starbucks store also has its home there too! One of the most spectacular landmarks in the city is the Space Needle. The general public can pay an entrance fee to ride to the top of this iconic tower, and some stunning views of Seattle are the reward. Seattle is also known for its incredible night-life and restaurants. Indeed, it is possible to explore Seattle’s relationship with food on organised tours of the city’s food markets and restaurants. With such a wide and varied schedule of sight-seeing activities, you will need a comfortable, secluded and well-appointed place to rest your head, and a holiday apartment in South Delridge certainly ticks all the boxes.
Local Life in an Apartment in Seattle
As well as huge commercial and entertainment districts, Seattle is home to a number of prominent museums. The Seattle Asian Art Museum can be found in the Central District of the City, and the Frye Art Museum is a smaller gallery featuring an exclusive collection of works from Munich-based artists. Seattle boasts a selection of very distinctive buildings. Among them is the beautiful Central Library building and the jaw-dropping Experience Music Project, which was designed to look like the broken guitar of Jimi Hendrix. If you like to escape the chaos of city life from time to time, you have the choice of a number of inner-city parks. And if you like water-based pursuits, make sure you organise a trip to UW Waterfront Activities Center, where you can rent a canoe for the day.
One day in Seattle by the New York Times
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