Best Seattle Airbnbs
Like the Pioneer Square neighborhood itself, this expansive loft apartment has plenty of historic appeal. Painted brick walls, dramatic dark wood furniture, oriental rugs and views of Smith Tower give the place plenty of vintage charm. You can’t beat the central location, either. From $150 per night
Take the tiny house lifestyle for a test drive with a stay in this petite 310-square-foot home in Ballard. Four skylights and a pitched roof make the cute one-bedroom space feel open and airy, despite the diminutive footprint. From $90 per night
Since it’s just a short walk away from the quirky shops and hip restaurants on Market Street and Ballard Avenue, this well preserved Tudor house would be a great choice for travelers who aren’t bringing a car. A farmhouse sink, tiled fireplace, old-fashioned window treatments and vintage furnishings add to the home’s charm. From $175 per night
Don’t need a lot of space? This retro camper parked in hilly West Seattle might be a perfect fit. There’s just enough room for a full bathroom, tiny kitchenette and queen-size bed with a memory foam mattress. Not only does the property afford gorgeous views of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains, but it’s also just one block away from pristine Cormorant Cove. From $78 per night
It’s all about the details in this 1926 Tudor home: Visitors with an eye for design will appreciate the intricate brick fireplaces, stained glass windows, wrought iron fencing and wood trim around the oval cased openings. And since the house includes four full bedrooms, it can easily accommodate up to seven guests. From $295 per night
You really can’t beat the views of the Emerald City skyline and Gas Works Park from the deck of this houseboat docked at Lake Union. Staying here would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most visitors, but be prepared: Space is tight aboard this boat, with just enough room for a bedroom, bathroom and kitchenette. From $65 per night
This sweet Victorian home has oodles of charming features, from the decorative glass windows to the refurbished fir floors to the six-burner cast-iron gas stove. The location on a quiet street in Lower Queen Anne makes it an ideal home base for a relaxing getaway. From $119 per night
This chic two-bedroom apartment is located in Westlake, Seattle’s smallest neighborhood at just 0.15 square miles. Still, there’s plenty to do in the nabe, including chilling at Lake Union Park and catching a glimpse of Tom Hanks’ floating home from Sleepless in Seattle. From $108 per night
With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, this spacious home can easily sleep up to eight guests. Between the shady back patio, luxurious hot tub, massive kitchen and comfy living room, there’s plenty of room for the whole gang to hang out as a group. From $450 per night
If you prefer sleek minimalism over old-fashioned character, you’ll flip over this modern loft in the heart of downtown. Concrete walls, exposed pipes and galvanized steel furniture keep the decor clean and simple. Check out the building’s rooftop for sweeping views of the city. From $98 per night
Though this bare-bones cabin might not offer the five-star hotel experience you’re used to, it certainly has its own rustic appeal. The simple wood furnishings and white appliances provide only the bare necessities, but the enviable location in Capitol Hill makes it quite a deal. From $119 per night
Nothing stands between you and the sea at this stunning waterfront property on Beach Drive in West Seattle. From the deck, you get uninterrupted views of both the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. Plenty of natural light streams into the one-bedroom home through huge windows, so you still feel a closeness to the elements even when you’re indoors. From $139 per night
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