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Hyatt House Seattle/Downtown

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Right next to the Space Needle, the 172-room mid-range Hyatt House Seattle/Downtown is a chic modern property with comfortable rooms designed for longer stays and some nice extras. The rooftop has fire pits, barbecues, and chill spaces with smart outdoor furniture and an up-close view of the Space Needle. Most rooms have full kitchens, a nice option for families or long-term guests. Free shuttle service, free breakfast, free Wi-Fi, and an on-site shop are welcome conveniences. The price is steep, though, especially for guests who don’t need kitchen facilities. Those who don’t plan to cook for themselves might consider the Inn at the Market. It’s directly in wonderful Pike Place Market, overlooking Puget Sound; it also has a great rooftop space; and it can be cheaper than the Hyatt.

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The Green Tortoise Hostel

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The Green Tortoise Hostel is a budget option for travelers who don't mind sharing rooms and facilities in a historic building in downtown Seattle, three minutes from Pike Place Market. There are 30 co-ed and women-only dorm rooms, with a configuration of bunk beds, as well as a few private rooms with attached bathrooms. Fun freebies promote a communal vibe: Breakfast is daily and a free dinner is served three nights a week. Other handy amenities include a communal kitchen, a game room, bicycle rental, and staff-led events. There is no curfew, so it can be a challenge to get a good night's sleep in shared dorms. Budget extra cash for towels and access to a safe deposit box. As an alternative, Hotel Hotel Hostel has similar facilities at cheaper rates and a trendy industrial-chic look.

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Motif Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The upper-middle-range Motif Seattle is a modern, hip property located in downtown Seattle. From the lobby and hallways to the 319 guest rooms, the hotel’s trendy decor keeps Seattle in mind, with nods to the Emerald City found throughout. Rooms are well-equipped with flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffeemakers, and Amazon Alexa devices, plus many have excellent city views. The rooftop bar and restaurant is a popular hub that draws non-guests and there’s also a spiffy fitness center open 24/7. On the downside, there are an amenities fee and pricey charge for parking, plus elevators can reportedly be slow. Guests may want to compare rates with Hotel Max, which also offers a central location and urban aesthetic, but sometimes at a lower price point.

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Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Luxurious it isn’t, but the Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square gets big points for its lively, well-chosen locale and no-nickel-and-diming attitude. Contemporary rooms may be on the small side, but they're pretty stylish for a chain and have up-to-date tech features. Given the captivating, historic neighborhood, you’ll likely spend little time in them.

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Moore Hotel

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Located on a quieter block of downtown Seattle, this stylish two-pearl boutique hotel dates back more than 100 years and offers a variety of rooms ranging from small European-style spaces with shared bathrooms to a large suite with a separate living room and a kitchenette. All rooms are all nicely decorated with unmistakable charm, and many are considerably more affordable than what's on offer at many downtown hotels. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel but can be weak in places. Keep in mind that parking is not available on-site and breakfast is not included. The nearby Belltown Inn is another value option nearby, and it has a rooftop deck and free bikes to borrow.

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La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Seattle Downtown

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The lower-middle-range La Quinta Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown offers affordable rates and a convenient downtown location that’s within walking distance of many top attractions. Its 72 guest rooms are contemporary and comfortable, though they're a bit dark, and all come with flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. Many have mini-fridges and microwaves, and some have balconies with sweeping city views. Value-added amenities include a free continental breakfast, a business center, a lobby minimart, and free parking -- a rarity in downtown Seattle -- though the garage can be tight, and while there's a fitness center on-site, it's sparsely equipped. Travelers seeking a stay that's a step up can consider Hotel Five Seattle. 

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Holiday Inn Seattle Downtown

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

This Holiday Inn caters to business travelers, but is also popular with tourists largely because of its location a few blocks from some of the city’s big attractions, including the Space Needle, the Pacific Science Center, the Experience Music Project, and the Key Arena. The 196 rooms have basic decor but are clean and bright. There’s a decent restaurant on-site that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, a small gym, and standard business amenities, including free Wi-Fi. It’s worth comparing rates with some non-chain hotels that have a little more personality, such as the Mediterranean Inn.