Hotels in Seattle,

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Seattle Hotels That Sparkle Like Gemstone

The "Emerald City" - with its grungy musical past, sparkling waterfront, diverse communities and famous attractions (and food!) - is an iconic destination. And no matter how you get here –fly, drive or hop aboard a bus or train, the city –and all its quirks, energy and elegance –welcome you to discover what makes it so special to so many when staying at top hotels in Seattle.

You don't have to wear your flannel and wellies to fit in, but one (or both) is never a bad idea. Even on dry days you'll find fishmongers, flower vendors and more dressed for wet weather at Pike Place Market, where you can buy the catch of the day, taste local specialties, pick up some local produce for a picnic along the shore or buy a bouquet to brighten up your Seattle hotel room just a little bit more. While you're there, don't forget to stop and watch(and tip)the buskers. From pop to rock and classical, every day you'll find sights and sounds at the market that you'll fall in love with.

Stay in at one of the top hotels in downtown Seattle and get a bird's-eye view of the city as you ride the nearby iconic Space Needle. With its tilting glass benches and revolving glass floor, it delivers breathtaking views of Seattle and beyond. If you want to stay just steps from Pike Place Market or the Space Needle, want to call Pioneer Square home or prefer an Uptown address, we have the best hotels in Seattle that offer the perfect home away from home.

Top Hotels in Seattle for Living Like a Local

Hop aboard the 100-year-old Seattle Monorail. Built for the 1962 World's Fair, the Seattle Monorail has just one stop –the Seattle Center –so you won't have to worry about missing your cue to disembark. Offering great views of the city, plus easy access to one of the most popular spots in town, it's a fun way to travel –and lets you take advantage of all the museums and attractions at the Seattle Center without worrying about parking.

Grunge is synonymous with Seattle. And while you might be thinking about Pioneer Square and the birth of the '90s grunge scene, it's also known for celebrating another type of grunge. Here, beneath the tree-lined streets of Pioneer Square, lurks tunnels that were, in a former life, street-level sidewalks. But after they were virtually destroyed then elevated after the Great Fire of 1899, the lower "sidewalks" became tunnels that were finally shuttered in 1907 –and many became illegal flophouses, gambling halls, speakeasies and opium dens. Today, they're decidedly less "grungy" and are tourist destinations that are fun for the whole family.

After a day spent exploring the city, you'll find plenty of places to rest and refuel. From seafood to Asian fare, pizza and French pastries to local wine, craft brews and coffee, Seattle offers out-of-the-way places and iconic destinations with delicious dishes that will leave you dreaming of a return trip.

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The Seattle Art Museum, along with the Seattle Asian Art Museum and the Olympic Sculpture Park, are some of the city's most beloved institutions. With works by indigenous artists, contemporary art collections and permanent and traveling exhibits spanning every genre and style, they are a must-see for novices and aficionados alike.

With all there is to see and do, we have the perfect hotels in Seattle to help you enjoy an unforgettable stay.

Don't forget to check out our hotels in nearby in Bellevue, Redmond and Tukwila!

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