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Seattle - Around Town : Streetsmart - Neighborhood Hotels, B&Bs & Guesthouses

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Neighborhood Hotels

Be sure to check your hotel’s cancellation policy. Some require 14 days advance notice if you change your mind.


  1. Ace

    This hotel, situated in a historic building, appeals to guests who prefer location over luxury. There are few amenities, instead the emphasis is on ultra-modern decor. Pike Place Market and the surrounding retail and art-infused Belltown are nearby.

  2. MarQueen Hotel

    Queen Anne neighborhood’s stately hotel provides a wonderful alternative to the area’s chain motels and hotels. Walk to quaint cafés, trendy bars, and small shops. Reserve a room away from the street to avoid noise from the boisterous foot traffic heading to or from concerts and sports events.

  3. University Inn

    Parents and students reserve early to save their spot at the University Inn, a non-smoking property located only three blocks from the University of Washington. Guests are treated to a free Continental breakfast and a courtesy shuttle to downtown.

  4. Pioneer Square Hotel

    History buffs and sports fans flock to this 19th-century landmark hotel featuring period decor and deluxe bathrooms. The bustling waterfront, ferry terminal, stadiums, and Pioneer Square historic district lie just outside.

    • 77 Yesler Way

    • 1 800 800 5514

    • Dis. access

  5. Inn at the Market

    This inn pampers guests in an enviable locale with panoramic views of the Olympic Range and Mount Rainier. Consider dining at Campagne, the classic French restaurant, or its more casual country-style café.

  6. Inn at Queen Anne

    Charm and a cozy ambience characterizes this 1930s-era inn. Rooms have kitchenettes and there’s a plant-filled patio/courtyard on the property, perfect for sipping tea or coffee.

  7. Silver Cloud Inn

    This affordable Eastlake neighborhood inn provides complimentary breakfasts and shuttles to downtown. Many rooms have views of Lake Union and its seaplane traffic.

  8. Seattle Hotel

    You can get a real feel for downtown by staying at this inexpensive hotel, equidistant to such major attractions as Pioneer Square, Pike Place Market, and the Seattle Art Museum.

    • 315 Seneca St

    • 1 800 426 2439

  9. University Tower Hotel

    An attractive choice for visiting parents, professors, and students, this award-winning hotel has 16 stories and designer rooms that offer comfy digs and great views of the U-District, the Space Needle, and the downtown skyline.

  10. Watertown

    Essentially a hotel catering to students and their parents, Watertown boasts non-smoking premises, complimentary breakfasts, loaner bicycles, and a free shuttle to select attractions.


B&Bs & Guesthouses

Rooms in older homes and guesthouses may not have en-suite bathrooms or air conditioning.


  1. Pensione Nichols

    Personalized services and its proximity to downtown make Pensione Nichols B&B a decent in-city choice. It may be a little worn on the edges, but the clear views of sparkling Puget Sound are great.

    • 1923 1st Ave

    • 1 800 440 7125

    • No air conditioning

  2. Gaslight Inn

    This lovingly restored 19th-century inn inspires guests with a notable private art collection. Highlights include a heated outdoor pool, fireplaces, stunning views, and Continental breakfast.

  3. Bed & Breakfast on Broadway

    Located in a historical residential neighborhood north of the popular entertainment district, the features here include a parlor with grand piano, fireplace, Oriental rugs, antiques, and polished hardwood floors. Non-smoking.

    • 722 Broadway E

    • 206 329 8933

    • No air conditioning

  4. 11th Avenue Inn

    This quiet neighborhood bed and breakfast is housed in a charming 1906 Victorian inn. The eight guestrooms are decorated with antique furnishings and boast modern amenities including wireless Internet access. All have queen beds and private bathrooms. Free on-site parking and dozens of local restaurants. Walking distance to downtown.

  5. Bacon Mansion

    This 1909 Edwardian Tudor mansion exudes elegance with original carved wood trim, 3,000-crystal chandelier, marble fireplaces, and a remark-able library. Most rooms have private baths.

    • 959 Broadway E

    • 1 800 240 1864

    • Dis. access

    • No air conditioning

  6. Salisbury House

    Stay within walking distance of Volunteer Park and the Seattle Asian Art Museum at Salisbury House, built in 1904. Try the suite with a private entrance, fireplace, and Jacuzzi.

  7. Chelsea House Station

    Built in 1929, this inn is tastefully decorated in Arts and Crafts furniture. All 9 rooms and suites offer private baths. It is located near Woodland Park Zoo; Metro buses stop 3 blocks away.

  8. Hill House B&B

    Bask in an interior graced with settees covered in silk or tapestries, beveled windows draped with chintz swags, hardwood floors, and delightful Persian rugs in this 1903 Victorian inn.

    • 1113 East John St

    • 1 866 417 4455

    • No air conditioning

  9. Mildred’s B&B

    This large, double-turreted 1890 Victorian inn brings guests back in time with lace curtains, red carpets, and a wrap-around front porch that’s perfect for lounging. Across from Volunteer Park.

    • 1202 15th Ave E

    • 1 800 327 9692

    • No air conditioning

  10. Swallow’s Nest Guest Cottages

    A 15-minute ferry ride from West Seattle to Vashon Island takes you to this hideway consisting of cottages in unique settings. Some feature wooded environs and also offer views of Mount Rainier and the island’s quaint harbor.

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