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“Seattle / Kirkland, WA Hotel Reservations”“The Heathman Hotel is a boutique Kirkland hotel with luxury accommodations and full servi
Posted by: The Heathman Hotel Kirkland

“Located In SeaTac”“Americas Best Value Airport Inn offers comfortable accommodations, thoughtful amenities a
Posted by: Best Value Airport Inn

“Where The Action Is”“The recently-renovated Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center is close to all th
Posted by: Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center

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“Never Stay Here. Rip Off”Non-Member, Reader - “Cold, damp, moldy and a leaky hotel. The manager was a rude
Said about: The Carlton Inn at Totem Lake

“Downtown”Private Member, Jacksonville - “This i a great hotel, in a great location. It's e
Said about: Crowne Plaza Downtown

“Horrible, Just Horrible! :(”Non-Member, Reader - “We thought that this would be a fun and rustic little inn t
Said about: Gateway Inn at Mt. Rainier

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Seattle, Washington!

From anywhere in Seattle, the view of Mount Rainier framed by the Wenatchee National Forest to the east and the weaving shore of surrounding Elliott Bay and Lake Washington create one of the world's most beautiful metropolitan destinations. Though set in from the coast, the Gulf Stream which warms London, Boston and Tokyo also pours into Puget Sound, keeping away the ice and snow found elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest. In fact, while Spokane on the eastern side of Washington is frozen over, Seattle's weather seems balmy enough to support tropical vegetation. In the few hours in takes to drive on I-90 from Spokane through the Cascade Mountain Range, which runs down the center of Washington, the climate change is striking as you descend from the icy Snoqualmie Pass into the balmy "Emerald City." The quality of life and cultural sophistication for which the Seattle area is famous have attracted such corporate giants as Boeing, Starbucks, Nordstrom and Microsoft. Seattle's climate and volcanic soil also create the perfect environment for growing produce and cultivating grapes. A trip through the open air farmers' market at Pike Place near the downtown area, or a taste of Washington Riesling from one of the many local vineyards such as Chateau Ste. Michelle, will show you why Seattle's wine, fruits and vegetables are world famous. Contrary to popular myth, it is sunny most of the time, not grey and rainy, and the short and frequent showers during the winter months provide just enough moisture to keep everything green and beautiful all year round. Whether you choose one of the many bed and breakfast inns on the outskirts of town, or a mountain lodge, or a contemporary downtown hotel, every kind of vista and climate you wish to enjoy is within easy reach, and the locally caught fresh seafood, which is among the best in the world, is readily available everywhere in the Greater Seattle King County area.

We have organized our listings of Seattle's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Seattle area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Seattle Airport
Hotels near the Seattle - Tacoma International Airport (SEA), located 10 miles south of downtown.
·Seattle North
Hotels to the north of the city center, including the cities of Lynnwood, Everett, Kirkland and others.
·East King County
Hotels across from Lake Washington to the east of the city center, in cities such as Bellevue.
·Pacific Coast
Hotels in communities along or near the coast of the Pacific Ocean, including Aberdeen, Hoquiam, Ocean Shores, Pacific Beach and others.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotels in the communities of Mukilteo, Brementon and others.
·Olympic National Forest
Hotel options in and around the Olympic National Park area west of Seattle.
·Downtown Seattle
Hotels downtown, including the Seattle Center, home of the landmark Space Needle, Seattle University and Kingdome areas.
·Seattle South
Hotels to the south of the city center, including Tacoma and Olympia, the state capital.

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Area Facts: When the Space Needle was built for the 1962 World's Fair, it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River, towering 606 feet above Seattle Center, offering gourmet dining and a breathtaking view in the revolving Eye of the Needle restaurant. The local area code for Seattle is 206.

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