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Seattle Vacation Rentals
Whether you’re journeying to Seattle for a week or two or even a month — there’s a vacation rentalthat’s perfect for you. Vacation homes are located close to downtown, in stylish neighbourhoods like trendy Fremont or even uptown location that are quieter, Seattle is a great hub for visitors to explore. Combining a little bit of the urban jungle but right on the shores of Elliot Bay, rental home accommodations in Seattle can be found based on what is closer to your heart: mother nature or the bright city.Modern apartments with City Views
Visitors who frequent Seattle can find diverse accommodations. Here, there are cottages with a view of the bay or studio apartments with access to the weird and wacky place that is the city of Seattle. Many vacation homes are double units or duplexes that can fit larger parties who are traveling together. Or, if a homey feel is what you’re looking for, book a rental home with wrap-around porches and balcony terraces perfect for summer barbecues.Properties With Perks
When you book any of the vacation rentals in Seattle, you won’t be pressed for a choice in perks. Homes come with tons of standard creature comforts such as being fully furnished with modern appliances, entertainment enters and even cleaning services. But it’s the extras that push these properties over the top. Properties have access to large decks with views of Lake Washington, private gardens, terraces and heated pools with private walks to the beach.
Vacationing in Seattle
The most populous city in the Pacific Northwest and the most beautiful, Seattle will capture your heart with its mixture of bright lights, shimmering waters, deep green pines and looming snow-capped mountains. With a diverse geography and an even more complex urban ethnography, Seattle is one of the most progressive cities in the U.S. There are many coffee shops, restaurants, co-working space and a plethora of wonderful and youthful bookstores, restaurants and novelty spots that will keep you occupied for days.Explore The Districts
As diverse and freewheeling as Seattle is, there are various neighborhoods that each have their own draw. For example, Fremont and Wallingford is a rapidly gentrifying and bohemian district rife with public art. Then there is West Seattle which is mostly residential but it has its own draws because of its access to pristine beaches and vistas overlooking the harbor and downtown. Or venture into the nightlife-capital, which is Capitol Hill-Central District.Getting Around with Ease
Moving around Seattle with a car is just fine. The city’s traffic is not overwhelming and there are plenty of parking spots available. If you prefer public transit, the city is extremely well-connected and you can get by using buses and going on foot if you really love to explore the urban. Pick up an ORCA card, a reloadabletransit card. The best way to view the city, however (and the most favorite of its’ residents) is by bike. Pick one up at the Central City Pronto cycle-share.
When you take a family vacation to Seattle, you’re giving your kids a trip they’ll won’t soon forget. Teens will love to check out the Music Experience Project and kids will have tons of fun at the Woodland Park Zoo. Chow down after a day out together at Steamers Seafood Cafe, with excellent fish ’n’ chips and ride above the city on the Seattle Monorail.Seattle for Art Lovers
Art lovers will first want to check out Pike Place Market, a full of weird finds and vintage items, excellent finger food and souvenirs. If you come during Labor Day weekend, Seattle plays host to Bumbershoot, an annual arts and literary festival that takes over the city. Also, be sure to stroll around in the Pioneer Square-International neighbourhood for galleries, museums, classic architecture and a taste of a kooky Chinatown.Seattle for Nature Enthusiasts
But there’s more to the city that’s hidden than meets the eye. Scenic national parks, interesting walking and hiking trails and serene waterways are peppered through the city. Catch a ferry to Bainbridge Island, which makes a great day trip. Here, you’ll be able to explore the Bloedel Reserve, Gazzam Lake and, of course, the incredibly picturesque Mount Rainier National Park.
Top 5 Things To Do In Seattle
Just 40 minutes away from the city is the incredible natural beauty of Snoqualmie Falls. It has an observation deck and a perfect picnic spot.2. Visit Vashon Island
After you’ve taken in the sandy beaches, hiked the trails and relaxed in nature, check out the thriving Farmers Market and unwind with a coffee (or a martini) on an outdoor patio.3. Visit the Pike Place Market
This is a favorite spot for foodies, deal-hunters and lovers of food samples and farmer's markets to converge. It's Seattle's longest operating public market that operates year-round. Don't miss the amazing delicacies like okra and salmon jerky!4. Head "Out to Lunch"
From the beginning of the July to the first week in September, you can catch free outdoor concerts downtown from the "Out to Lunch" festivals. Shows are an hour and a half or so and give residents and travelers alike a chance to enjoy local folk music and jazz acts during the summer.5. Picnic at Occidental Square Park
Or, rather, just behind it, where the Waterfall Garden Park is hiding. Imagine a 22 ft. waterfall in the middle of a buzzing urban city, secluded and calm. It seems like a pipe dream - that is until you visit it. Take in a bit of nature while still remaining in the hubbub of Seattle.
What if someone you never met, someone you never saw, someone you never knew, was the only someone for you? from the movie Sleepless in Seattle
It's no secret: as a Pacific Northwest city, Seattle gets hammered by plenty of rain. And yet, it's temperatures remain very pleasant, never dipping to minus extremes or extreme heat in the summer. Even if it's not raining, expect more cloudy days than sunny ones. But residents love it because it makes the city more alive with natural foliage and color year-round!Brewing a Pint or a Fresh Cup
Besides its progressive and youth-oriented counterculture, Seattle is famous for two very famous brews: one you drink in the morning and one you only partake in after 5 pm. Seattle is well-known for its coffee culture and the full array of local microbreweries that are supported and served locally, in bars and restaurants. Make sure to take a tour of any one of these amazing spots!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Seattle
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Seattle?
Seattle is one of the cheapest cities in the USA. The price for a vacation rental is about $364 per night.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Seattle?
Travelers who want to save as much as possible visit Seattle in March, February, or January, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $304, $321, and $325 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Seattle?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Seattle, the highest prices can usually be seen in the month of June (with an average of $403 per night), followed by May ($402), and then August ($402).
Should I plan a trip to Seattle well in advance?
It is recommended that you book your stay well in advance when visiting Seattle, as only 26% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
Last year, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Seattle were May, June and July, with average availabilities of 80%, 73%, and 31%, respectively.
When are fewer rentals available in Seattle?
According to data from last year, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Seattle are, in order, April (with 9% of available rentals), November (9%), and March (10%). During this period, the availability is only 9%. It is therefore recommended to book far in advance.
How many rentals are there in Seattle?
In Seattle we offer you a comprehensive catalog of approximately 1,300 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 4 local and international providers.