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Top-rated vacation rentals in Seattle

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Private room in Queen Anne
Private Room Just Steps from Seattle Center
Cozy bedroom with private bathroom provides you the perfect sanctuary for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Room is great for work or school with wifi and desk. Front door has code lock for easy, convenient check-in. 10-min walk to Space Needle, International Fountain, and Seattle Center. 5-min walk to coffee shops, grocery stores and restaurants. 10-min walk to Monorail station and bus stops. Get almost anywhere by walking, bus, or ride share. There is also free street parking available.
ﺩ.ﺇ275 per night
Private room in Capitol Hill
Minerva Inn - Paprika Room - Capitol Hill
Everything needed for a getaway social distancing stay with long-stay discounts. No same day booking. On Capitol Hill in the city core. Private bedroom and bath with private entrance and keypad locks. Personal A/C Control. High-speed internet. Mini-Frig, Microwave, Keurig Coffee Maker, 40 in HDTV. etc. Shower soap dispenser, extra sheets, bath towels, toilet paper, disinfectants, paper towels, and dishes. The queen size bed has a Tempur-Pedic Cloud mattress. Iron available.
ﺩ.ﺇ346 per night
Guest suite in Queen Anne
A Cozy Light-Filled Retreat in Queen Anne, Seattle
Our guest suite is a mix of 1926 charm & modern updates, located in the heart of one of Seattle's beloved neighborhoods, Queen Anne. Just blocks to charming coffee shops, award-winning restaurants, local shopping, & Kerry Park overlooking the downtown skyline. Climate Pledge Arena & Space Needle are 1 mile (with a hill), 5 min. drive to Downtown, Ballard, Gasworks Park, MoPop, SPU & Fremont makes this location unbeatable. Enjoy eco-friendly touches in our cozy inviting space.
ﺩ.ﺇ349 per night

Stay near Seattle's top sights

Space Needle1,749 locals recommend
Seattle Center362 locals recommend
Lumen Field386 locals recommend
T-Mobile Park300 locals recommend
Woodland Park Zoo625 locals recommend
Seattle Aquarium390 locals recommend

Seattle houseboat rentals

Houseboat in Westlake
Sleepless in Seattle houseboat
ﺩ.ﺇ493 per night
Houseboat in Westlake
Classic houseboat on the lake in Seattle
ﺩ.ﺇ357 per night
Houseboat in Olympia
Delightful 1- bedroom floating home w free parking
ﺩ.ﺇ644 per night
Houseboat in Westlake
Sleepless in Seattle Houseboat
ﺩ.ﺇ483 per night

Seattle waterfront vacation rentals

Rental unit in Downtown Seattle
Refreshingly Divine Urban Retreat- Spacious Studio
ﺩ.ﺇ741 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Seattle
WaterView*PRIME Location*by Iconic Pike&Waterfront
ﺩ.ﺇ1,030 per night
Rental unit in Downtown Seattle
Charming City Quarters with Balcony Views
ﺩ.ﺇ632 per night
Condo in Downtown Seattle
TOP Downtown Location/Walk->Iconic Pike&Waterfront
ﺩ.ﺇ897 per night

Seattle fishing vacation rentals

Private room in Wallingford
Room B - Bedroom with backyard access
ﺩ.ﺇ230 per night
Guesthouse in Central District
Central District Garden Cottage
ﺩ.ﺇ463 per night
Private room in Wallingford
Room A Single bedroom
ﺩ.ﺇ219 per night
Guest suite in Green Lake
Lovely Greenlake Suite with Big Soaker Tub!
ﺩ.ﺇ468 per night

Your guide to Seattle


Sandwiched between the waters of Puget Sound and Lake Washington and between the mountains of the Olympic and Cascade ranges, Seattle is a city of stunning views. Combining that allure with its gentle, outdoors-focused lifestyle, the city is an ideal spot for an urban getaway or as a base for a longer trip to explore western Washington. Green parks and tree-lined neighborhoods spread across the city, while Mount Rainier and the iconic Space Needle anchor the skyline. The latter offers a stunning view of the city’s many hills and waterways, including the houseboats along Lake Union and the ferries shuttling passengers across Elliott Bay. Though its surroundings provide a stunning backdrop, the city also lives up to its much-deserved reputation for great music, strong coffee, and ubiquitous flannel shirts.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Seattle

Seattle’s reputation for rain precedes it, but most visitors will find their trip unaffected by it: The rainy season runs opposite tourist season, with the bulk of precipitation coming down from November to March. Additionally, the rain that does fall rarely comes in stormy sheets, but rather in a constant drizzle — the kind that can feel endless to residents, but which rarely calls for canceling outdoor plans. A waterproof, hooded rain jacket provides better protection from this kind of rain than an umbrella. Cool weather arrives in winter, but temperatures rarely drop below freezing during the day. The dry summer season brings delightfully pleasant weather, and is an ideal time to book one of the city’s vacation rentals, with daily high temperatures averaging in the high 70s Fahrenheit and cool evenings in the mid-50s.

Top things to do in Seattle


The self-proclaimed “Center of the Universe” epitomizes the quirky, friendly nature of Seattle neighborhoods, with its ample public art like the “Waiting for the Interurban” statues and a waterfront park created from a former gasification plant. Home to many of Seattle’s big tech companies, Fremont also offers an exciting slate of shops and restaurants catering to young, hip crowds.

Olympic Sculpture Park

The outdoor arm of the Seattle Art Museum, this free nine-acre, multilevel public park features temporary and permanent sculptures from internationally renowned artists. The installations dot a hillside cut through by a zig-zag path that leads down to the picturesque Elliott Bay, where it meets up with Myrtle Edwards Park and the Elliott Bay Trail.

Pike Place Market

Dating back to 1907, Seattle’s beloved and enormous market, perched over the waterfront, enjoys fame around the world for the fish from nearby waters. But the colorful displays of flowers, farm stands full of fruit, and dozens of local culinary producers deserve equally high billing. On the lesser-known lower floors and outer buildings, hundreds of craft artists, small businesses, and restaurants serve the community.

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