Vacation rentals in Belltown

Vacation rentals in Belltown

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Highlights Belltown

  • Art galleries
  • Live entertainment
  • Fine dining
  • Eclectic shopping
  • Outdoor adventures
  • Historical landmarks
  • Great Museums

Best Vacation Rentals in Belltown

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Vacation Rental for 3 Guests in Belltown, Seattle
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Belltown, Seattle
Vacation Rental • 420 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
9.9
(14 reviews)
Ultimate city living in ideal location close to most things "Seattle". Newly remodeled with high quality finishes, designer touches and well thought through amenities. Complimentary parking in the secured underground garage. Belltown is just two blocks north of Pike Place Market and downtown Seattle. This area is known for multitude of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, pubs and eateries, new and well known. The vibe is hip, fun and very friendly. Light rail, bus lines, bike paths-all close.Unit comes furnished with one full size bed and two oversized twin convertible sofa chairs.
from $211 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Belltown, Seattle
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Belltown, Seattle
Vacation Rental • 506 ft² • 1 Bedroom
9.8
(125 reviews)
Located on the 6th floor, this condo has amazing view of Puget Sound. Walking distance to downtown, waterfront and all the major attactions in Seattle. It has heated indoor swimming pool, spa and dry sauna. A courtyard to provide a peaceful ambiance, 7th floor patio decks with two barbecues. A fitness room that offers an extensive variety of cardio and strength training equipment. Secured parking garage. The room is fully equipped with full size kitchen appliances, cooking utensils, tablewares, coffee maker, toaster oven, washer and dryer, flat screen TVs, DVD players and much more to make ...
from $192 / night
Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Belltown, Seattle
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Belltown, Seattle
Vacation Rental • 592 ft² • 1 Bedroom
9.9
(86 reviews)
This property offers a modern vacation rental condominium in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood. It is just a few blocks from the water, walkable to Seattle's attractions, the best restaurants, sporting arenas, museums and Seattle Center. This property is located directly between the Pike Place Market and the Space Needle.Remodeled in April 2015, this modern quiet condo sleeps up to 4 adult guests comfortably, offers a balcony overlooking the garden, a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a luxurious queen size bed in the bedroom with an American Leather queen sleeper in the living ro...
from $279 / night

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Belltown

$451for 29 Jun - 6 Jul
$369 annual average
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Current vacation rental availability Belltown

9%for 29 Jun - 6 Jul
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Vacation rentals in Belltown

A full palette of savvy traveling experiences

This area was once rich in seafood, freshwater lakes and wildlife that supported many Native American nations. Today it encompasses a community driven haven full of modest to upscale venues for every taste. Trendy restaurants, innovative art galleries, hopping nightclubs and eclectic shopping offer a new perspective to the savvy tourist. You also have access to Puget Sound and several parks for relaxing strolls. Outdoorsy travelers also have many options for getting close to nature. Kayaking, white-water rafting, mountain hiking and biking are all on the menu! You can even fly in a helicopter or balloon! The choice is yours.

Modern elegant Belltown rentals

Check-in to one of these elegant, stylish rentals in the heart of Belltown! Perfect for solo travelers, couples or small groups these accommodations will definitely help you make the most out of your trip! Many of them feature kitchens/kitchenettes, pool access, amazing views and a TV. Get cozy in your modern, comfortable living room. Sit out on the balcony with a hot cup of Joe. Or take a dip in the indoor pool. These rentals provide so many options!

Vacations in Belltown

The area and getting around

Shopping at the heart of Seattle

Belltown has a rich heritage of retail options conveniently located near eateries of varying price ranges. Melrose Market melds the two together with its quaint shops for one-of-a-kind items and restaurants like Taylor Shellfish for getting re-energized. Pike Place Market is a historic landmark as well as a bustling touristy area adjacent to the waterfront. You’ll find anything and everything at this venue including fresh seafood, baked goods, and farmstands loaded with fresh produce. Flowers, crafts, clothing, and much more are all interwoven in the iconic area. There are international options too, like The Souk for Middle Eastern groceries and pastries.

Get close to nature for some fresh air

Belltown is in the heart of Seattle along the waterfront, but it is close to many outdoor venues worth investigating. Check out the Burke-Gilman Trail where you can hop on a bicycle and enjoy the scenery through 27 miles of Seattle’s Northside. If you’re feeling highly motivated, take a hike up Mount Si for some spectacular photo ops. Discovery Park offers a more leisurely stroll through various wilderness landscapes and Westpoint Lighthouse, right in the city! There are several lakes in the area for Paddleboarding to get a different perspective of this unique hometown city. Finally, be sure to visit the Amazon Spheres for the innovative workspace where thousands of plants help you focus on your project better.

Travelers and activities

Belltown for Savvy travelers

Indulge in fabulous cuisine in venues like Art on the Table, Dahlia’s Bakery, and Altura for a sample of award-winning chefs innovative takes on American, Italian, and farm to table entrées. Anchovies & Olives features a “oyster power hour” that you won’t want to miss. Agua Verde combines Mexican cuisine with its Paddleboarding club so you can enjoy the water. Washington has the perfect climate for grapes and Belltown showcases many local wines for your dining pleasure. Craft beer is also trendy these days and Belltown offers a home-brewing course for the inquisitive tourist. Music ranges from techno, hip-hop and orchestral so you have a wide range of choices here. Check out the Crocodile for special and local talent shows, while Tula’s features Jazz.

Belltown for History buffs

Prior to the settlers colonizing the Northwest, it was home to Native American tribes dating 8000 years ago. In 1850, 320 acres of land was given to settlers to populate the Northwest area. William Bell started Belltown, and its history is well documented with numerous historic landmarks. Be sure to do the self-guided History Links walking tour connecting the Pike Place Market at Elliot’s Bay to the MOHAI Corridor. There’s so much to discover about Belltown’s remarkable past, you’ll be glad you walked through it. The museum (MOHAI) is a family friendly venue teaming with interactive exhibits and historical discoveries including a space for children’s creative minds at Kid-Struction.

Belltown’s industrial past is now the trendiest hangout in the heart of Seattle!

Top 5 travel tips in Belltown

1. Shop for gag gifts and unique party fare

Archie McPhee is a unique shop full of costumes, gag gifts and much more. Archie started in L.A. and became a quick success selling rubber lizards. People loved his silly, fun products so he moved to Seattle where you can enjoy browsing and purchasing those special gag gifts for parties.

2. Have a party or take a class with glass

Seattle Glassblowing Studio has a mesmerizing venue where you can watch glassblowers demonstrate their craft. They offer classes, workshops, and party events. This is a time where being creative while learning an age-old skill is very rewarding.

3. Experience the industrial transformation artwalk

Olympic Sculpture Park was transformed in 2007 from a 9-acre industrial brown are to the only green space in downtown Seattle. There are approximately 20 sculptures from famous artists nestled along the waterfront. It’s perfect for enjoying a sunset in lush greenery with the Olympic mountains and Puget Sound.

4. Take a walk-through wonderland at Seattle Center

Marvel at the colorful exhibits in Chihuly’s Garden & Glass venue. It will knock your socks off when you see Chihouly’s living garden expertly woven into his colorful glass sculptures. It is best viewed at night when it’s full of light. There are spectacular indoor exhibits, a café and theater as well.

5. Venture over to the Pinball Wizard’s bar

Shorty’s features vintage pinball and arcade games in a nightclub environment. They have a fully stocked bar including craft beer on tap, a private party room, and various appetizers to accompany their specialty Vienna hotdogs. This is a place to have fun in a laid-back atmosphere.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Belltown

On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Belltown last year?

At an average cost of $336 per night, Belltown lies at the lower end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

Travelers who want to save as much as possible visit Belltown in March, April, or January, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $266, $296, and $310 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Belltown?

Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Belltown was August, with an average price of $379 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of $378, and then December, with $371.

Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Belltown?

You should book your stay well in advance when visiting Belltown, as only 23% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

Last year, the months with the largest number of properties available of the year in Belltown were June, July and May, with average availabilities of 75%, 49%, and 20%, respectively.

When are there fewer vacation rental options available in Belltown?

The accommodations in Belltown reach their peak in demand in November, with an availability rate of 7%. The second most requested month is April, with 8%, and the third is March with 9%. During these three months, the availability is only 8%. It is therefore recommended to book far in advance.

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