Cheap Seattle Vacations


Your Seattle vacation

Sure, we know Seattle as the misty mountain home of the Space Needle and Starbucks, but there is plenty more to see here. Art and culture buffs get their fix in Pioneer Square, the home of dozens of galleries, while museum-goers flock to museums for free entry on the first Thursday of each month. Not in Seattle on a Thursday? The Frye Art Museum and Klondike Gold Rush Museum is always free.

From the after-dark vibe to family-friendly attractions, CheapTickets is your one-stop shop for budget-busting tips on your Seattle vacation.

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Cheap Seattle Vacation Packages

Motif Seattle

4 stars
4.0 / 5 313 reviews
Residential comfort in the heart of the cityMost of the shopping, dining and sightseeing delights of the Emerald City are a short distance from Motif Seattle. The 319-room hotel prides itself on serving both leisure and business travelers. Recently renovated, the rooms feature residential-style decor. The lobby, complete with fireplace, is equally inviting. HighlightsRooms with views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic MountainsHigh-speed wireless Internet accessFull breakfast buffet (fees apply)Pet friendly (fees apply) RoomsThe recently remodeled rooms at Motif Seattle feature contemporary, comfortable decor. The rooms have pillow-top beds outfitted with cream-colored cotton sheets. Bathrooms boast granite counter tops, high-pressure shower heads and Essential Elements bath amenities. Each room has a 37-inch plasma TV, alarm clock with an iPod docking station, Wi-Fi access and a small refrigerator. Most rooms afford views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. FeaturesMotif Seattle is walking distance to Seattle's cultural, business and shopping attractions, including the ornate 5th Avenue Theatre and the classic Paramount Theatre, the famous Pike Place Market (with the world's first Starbucks coffee house), the Washington Convention & Trade Center and over 10 million square feet of retail shopping including Macy's Northwest and Nordstrom flagship stores. The Monorail to the Seattle Center's Space Needle and the Experience Music Project (EMP) is just steps away. The Benaroya Hall and Seattle Art Museum are a few blocks away from the hotel. The hotel is also positioned for convenient Fifth Avenue access to Qwest Field, home of Seattle Seahawks football, Safeco Field, home of Seattle Mariners baseball, and Seattle Storm basketball. The hotel is one mile from Seattle University, 6 miles from the University of Washington and its Medical Center and 6 miles from the campus of Seattle Pacific University. Both the business center and fitness center are open 24 hours a day, making it possible for guests to work or workout when the mood strikes. DiningMotif Seattle features two restaurants, the fifth floor Frolik Kitchen+Cocktails, including downtown Seattle's largest outdoor dining deck and seasonal summer entertainment on the patio, and Elephant & Castle British Restaurant & Pub. Breakfast is available from 6 AM to 11 AM (Monday to Sunday), while All-day Dining is available 11 AM to 12 MN (Sunday to Thursday) and 11 AM to closing time (Friday and Saturday).  Transportation Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (14 mi/22.4 km)Boeing Field/King County International Airport (5.8 mi/9.3 km)Sound Transit Link Light Rail Westlake Center station (0.1 mi/0.2 km)Downtown Airporter shuttle service (fees apply) Attractions Pike Place Market (0.2 mi/0.3 km)Seattle Aquarium (1 mi/1.6 km)Pacific Science Center (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Space Needle (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Seattle Pacific University (6 mi/9.6 km)University of Washington and Medical Center (6 mi/9.6 km) Business20,000 square feet of flexible meeting space24-hour business centerComplimentary wireless Internet accessWashington State Convention Center (0.1 mi/0.2 km) Policies and feesAn early departure fee applies if guest departs prior to scheduled date. Please verify departure date at check-in. Motif Seattle is pet-friendly. A non-refundable fee per stay is required. This fee is waived for service animals and Motif Seattle club members.
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The Maxwell Hotel - A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality

3 stars
4.3 / 5 106 reviews
Downtown hotel in the center of the arts district Strong connections to the local arts community make the Maxwell hotel the prime location for art lovers and patrons. Situated at the bottom of Queen Anne Hill, the hotel is adjacent to the Space Needle and the Seattle Center. The convenient location means that it is easy to get to Seattle's most beloved attractions such as Pike Place Market, Pacific Northwest Ballet, the Seattle Art Museum, and the Seattle Opera. As a local family-owned hotel, guests receive a warm welcome and excellent service. Meeting space and business services are available. Look out for the Pineapple Espresso, the on-site Espresso bar, for a quick pick-me-up. 3 Reasons To Stay:Hotel located adjacent to the Space NeedleSeattle center locationFamily-run hotel The Maxwell Hotel Rooms The Duet Queen Hill guestrooms at the Maxwell hotel are expansive junior suites featuring two queen beds and a sofa bed located in the sitting area. The Aria King guestrooms evoke a sense of sophistication with airy sitting rooms and lavish pillow top beds.  All rooms feature pillow top beds, wired and wireless Internet access, 42-inch flat screen TV, DVD player, refrigerator, iPod docking station, and an in-room safe. Mornings seem brighter with a pot of freshly brewed Tully's coffee straight from the Keurig pod coffee maker. Views of Queen Anne Hill or the Space Needle draw the eye out onto the city. The rooms also provide an efficient, well-lit work area for guests who are visiting on business. Things To Do:Pacific Northwest Ballet (0.1mi/.16 km)Experience Music Project (0.2 mi/0.3 km)Seattle Center (0.3 mi/0.48 km)Ride the Ducks of Seattle (0.4 mi/.64 km) Pacific Science Center (0.4 mi/.64 km) Space Needle (0.4 mi/.64 km) Olympic Sculpture Park (0.6 mi/0.97 km)
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Mediterranean Inn

3 stars
3.9 / 5 119 reviews
Seattle's newest Hotel is one block west of The Key Arena and The Space Needle, located in the Vibrant Queen Anne Neighborhood. All Guest Rooms are furnished Studio Apartments with Kitchenettes.Mediterranean Inn has the Location, Price and Flexible Length of Stay that people coming to Seattle will appreciate. Affordable and Downtown the Mediterranean Inn will fit your needs for Business, Leisure Travel or Relocation. Self-Parking Fee is USD $18.00 per night.
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Hotel 1000

4 stars
4.6 / 5 52 reviews
Located in the heart of downtown Seattle on the corner of First and Madison Street, Hotel 1000 is steps from the waterfront along Elliott Bay, and conveniently centered between Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, the business district and lively and historic Pioneer Square. With 120 luxury guest rooms, BOKA restaurant+bar, Spaahh, the Golf Club, the Fitness Zone and 9,100 square feet of conference and event space, you have everything you could possibly need at your finger tips. Genuine and personalized service, leading-edge technology and intimate yet spectacular accommodations redefine the luxury experience. Hotel 1000 offers distinctive amenities, anticipative service and a customized experience tailored to any occasion. Enjoy complimentary wifi throughout the property as well as local and long distance phone calls. Each room, with the exception of our ADA rooms, highlights a two-person soaker tub which fills from the ceiling while the standalone shower features a rainfall showerhead. Pamper yourself with a visit to Spaahh, which offers massages, body treatments, manicures/pedicures, facials and more. Or if you are feeling like getting a little playing time in, swing by the virtual Golf Club where you can choose from over 50 golf courses from around the world, clubs and balls included! Hotel 1000 also offers a 24-hour business center, 24-hour health club, 24-hour room service, dry sauna, gift shop, car service, conference/meeting rooms, ballroom, as well as complimentary coffee and newspapers in the lobby. Parking: Oversize vehicles accommodated on a space available basis. Additional $15 fee for Vehicles over 66 height or longer than 206
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Silver Cloud Hotel - Seattle Stadium

4 stars
4.3 / 5 105 reviews
Sports Mecca Located in the Heart of the Emerald City Sports fans rejoice at the location of the new Silver Cloud Hotel Stadium as it offers the utmost in convenience to local sports venues including the Mariners' own Safeco Field. Century Link Field and Event Center are right next door, which makes it a breeze to travel to tradeshows or other sporting events. Pioneer Square and the heart of the historic district are within easy walking distance of the hotel as are galleries, museums, shops and restaurants. Jimmy's on First, one of the premier restaurants in Seattle is located in the hotel. After a day of sightseeing, guests may choose to listen in on the KJR's SODO Studios broadcast which takes place in the hotel bar. On-site valet parking is available for a fee. 3 Reasons To Stay:Sports venues nearbyJimmy's on First restaurant located in the hotelKJR's SODO Studios broadcast from the hotel’s bar Silver Cloud Hotel Stadium Rooms All rooms at the Silver Could Hotel Stadium have standard amenities to make the stay more enjoyable. Business travelers have access to free wired/wireless high-speed Internet access, free local calls, voice mail, and a complimentary weekday newspaper. Rooms feature a 42" high definition plasma TV with premium cable channels, pay movies, clock radio with iPod dock, and an electronic key system. The morning routine is made simpler with the addition of premium Aveda bath products, a coffee/tea maker featuring complimentary Seattle's Best Coffee, a microwave, refrigerator, hair dryer, and iron/ironing board.   Things To Do:CenturyLink Field Event Center (0.1mi/.16 km)Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Occidental Park (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Waterfall Garden (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience (0.6 mi/0.97 km)Bill Speidel's Underground Tour (0.7 mi/1.13 km)Seattle Art Museum (1 mi/1.61 km)Seattle Aquarium (1.1 mi/1.77 km)Frye Art Museum (1.1 mi/1.77 km)
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
Los Angeles Seattle Wed, Aug 20 - Wed, Aug 27 $205
New York Seattle Wed, Sep 10 - Tue, Sep 23 $341
Denver Seattle Sat, Sep 13 - Thu, Sep 18 $165
Chicago Seattle Sat, Sep 13 - Sat, Sep 27 $299
San Francisco Seattle Mon, Sep 1 - Wed, Sep 3 $185
Atlanta Seattle Wed, Sep 24 - Mon, Sep 29 $353
Dallas Seattle Wed, Sep 24 - Wed, Oct 8 $264
Newark Seattle Mon, Sep 8 - Fri, Sep 12 $345
Boston Seattle Tue, Sep 2 - Tue, Sep 9 $316
Washington DC Seattle Tue, Sep 23 - Thu, Sep 25 $300
San Diego Seattle Thu, Aug 21 - Mon, Sep 1 $160
Honolulu Seattle Fri, Sep 12 - Sat, Sep 20 $398
Phoenix Seattle Mon, Sep 29 - Tue, Sep 30 $268
Philadelphia Seattle Wed, Sep 3 - Wed, Sep 10 $366
Baltimore Seattle Sat, Sep 6 - Fri, Sep 12 $272
Minneapolis Seattle Wed, Sep 17 - Tue, Sep 23 $199
Orlando Seattle Tue, Sep 2 - Tue, Sep 9 $339
Houston Seattle Mon, Sep 15 - Tue, Sep 30 $305
Tampa Seattle Tue, Sep 2 - Tue, Sep 9 $344
Anchorage Seattle Wed, Sep 17 - Wed, Sep 24 $253
Charlotte Seattle Tue, Sep 2 - Thu, Sep 18 $358
Orange County Seattle Mon, Sep 22 - Fri, Sep 26 $236
Austin Seattle Fri, Sep 12 - Sat, Sep 20 $303
Las Vegas Seattle Sun, Sep 7 - Wed, Sep 10 $225
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Best time to take a vacation to Seattle

  • Best Time to Go

    Seattle vacations can take individuals to a variety of different locations, since the climate and happenings in the area are so diverse. In the summer, visitors might want to enjoy the ocean and take advantage of the drier weather. The winter months bring the most rain, which can be a bit unpleasant when combined with colder temperatures. As a result, prices are cheaper during the winter. Do not miss Seattle during the summer when the Pike Place Market, with its unique shops and produce stands, is in full swing and the Seattle Mariners are playing at the breathtaking Safeco Field.

Insider tips for Seattle travel

  • Seafair Cup

    Visit Seattle during the Seafair Cup, a hydroplane boat race held in mid-summer on Lake Washington.

  • 5th Avenue Theater

    Take in a Broadyway-style performance at the 5th Avenue Theatre, built in 1926.

  • Space Needle Tower

    Check out the Space Needle Tower, built in 1962, with its fantastic view of the city and a restaurant for hungry visitors.

  • Puget Sound

    Seattle travel is not complete without a tour of Puget Sound, as countless tours leave from the piers daily and provide an incredible experience.

  • Gasworks Park

    Gasworks Park, located just north of downtown, provides outstanding views of the city and the ocean, as well as being important historically.

Seattle highlights

  • Seattle highlights
  • Space Needle

    Seen from Frasier's balcony in the eponymous TV series, this Seattle icon is due to celebrate its 50th birthday in 2013. What better way to salute this skyline stunner than by paying it a visit. If you want to treat yourself on your Seattle travels, eat at the revolving Sky City restaurant. Otherwise, just hop in the elevator to the best city views in the Northwest, with everything from Mount Rainier to Elliott Bay just a camera click away.

  • Pike Place Market

    The iconic Seattle Public Market is a must for any Seattle vacation. Set on the pier and boasting some of Seattle's oldest vendors, Pike Place Market is a must any time of the year. While there's a lot of touristy stuff to wade through, there are also loads of quality fresh produce and Seattle specialties. Visit early morning to see those famous flying fish.

  • Original Starbucks

    Coffee giants may or may not be your thing, but the world's first Starbucks is worth a stroll by. You can grab a cappuccino if you'd like, but the real treat is the barbershop quartet that sings out the front each day.

  • Seattle Aquarium

    This family-friendly destination reveals Seattle's maritime character. Watch colorful sea anemones sway in massive tanks, or take the kiddies to a dive show. Stroke sea critters in the Puget Sound tide pools, or watch a fish feeding frenzy in the Underwater Dome. While admission to Seattle Aquarium is about $20 for ages 13 and up, it's free for children ages 3 and under.

  • Pacific Science Center

    With an IMAX theater, planetarium, laser dome, science exhibits and live demos, this place is perfect for visiting with the kids in tow on your Seattle travels. The exhibits cost a budget-friendly $14 for adults and $9 for kids, while IMAX theatre admission costs extra.

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