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Sheraton Seattle Hotel Star Rating 4        
1400 Sixth Avenue

A 9-minute walk from the Seattle Art Museum, this downtown high-rise hotel is also 11 minutes from Pike Place Market.Contemporary, city-view rooms feature custom-designed beds, coffeemakers, Internet (surcharge) and flat-screen TVs with premium channels. Club rooms come with private-lounge access, breakfast and evening snacks, while suites add separate living areas.
Seattle Apartel Star Rating 4        
888 Western Avenue

Set in the centre of Seattle, Ginosi Seattle Apartel is a short walk from Colman Dock, and just a few steps from local bars and eateries. It provides free Wi-Fi, and is a brief walk from Cray and Columbia Center.The property has 7 well-appointed apartments that are accompanied by a variety of essential amenities to ensure guests have an enjoyable stay.
Rodeway Inn SeaTac Star Rating 2        
2930 S. 176th St.

This straightforward hotel, located off Route 99, is 1.4 miles from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and 6 miles from the Museum of Flight.The contemporary rooms come with free Wi-Fi, cable TV and tables and chairs.
Comfort Inn & Suites Sea-Tac Airport Star Rating 3        
19333 International Blvd

This straightforward airport hotel is 1.6 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and 6 miles from Seahurst Park on Puget Sound.All rooms and suites include free Wi-Fi, cable TV and coffeemakers.
Americas Best Value Airport Inn Star Rating 2        
20620 International Blvd

A 7-minute drive from SeaTac Airport, this low-rise airport hotel is also 15 miles from downtown Seattle.Rooms have basic, traditional decor and are accessed by exterior corridors. Free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with premium satellite TV channels are offered in each room, as well as desks.
Coast Gateway Hotel SeaTac Star Rating 3        
18415 International Blvd

This contemporary hotel is 2 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and 6 miles from Saltwater State Park.The sophisticated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with premium channels, work desks, coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves.There's a casual restaurant and ale house, plus a gym, a business center and event space.
Skyway Inn Hotel Star Rating 2        
20045 International Blvd.

This straightforward hotel is 2 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, 8 miles from The Museum of Flight and 16 miles from the iconic Space Needle in downtown.The unassuming rooms and suites feature cable TV and Internet access, as well as coffeemakers, microwaves and minifridges. Some have whirlpool tubs.
Ramada Inn & Suites Sea Tac Airport Star Rating 2        
16720 International Blvd

A 4-minute A-Line light rail ride from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, this low-key airport hotel is 14 miles from Seattle and 17 miles from Bellevue.Relaxed rooms have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with premium channels, plus coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms add kitchenettes with microwaves and minifridges.
Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport Star Rating 2        
3000 South 176th Street

Set an 8-minute walk from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Conference Center, this modest business hotel is also 5.5 miles from the Museum of Flight.The warm, traditional rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers.
Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center Star Rating 3        
601 Roy Street

A 12-minute walk from the Space Needle observation tower, this unassuming hotel is 1.5 miles from Pike Place Market.The warmly decorated rooms offer free WiFi, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and desks.
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Seattle is known for being a trendy and exciting place to visit. As well as the latest city amenities, the Emerald City also houses a wide range of tourist attractions, green spaces and historic landmarks. It's no wonder that some 18 million people make their way to the city every year. The city is served by Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, which offers a myriad of domestic connections as well as overseas flights to the likes of London, Tokyo, Dubai, Reykjavik and Amsterdam. The airport is located 15 miles south of downtown, with light rail, express buses and taxis offering passage between the two. The Space Needle, Seattle's iconic landmark, is one of the most popular attractions for first time visitors to the city. The looming tower, which was constructed for the 1962 World's Fair, has spent the last 50 years or so providing some of the best views across the city and beyond.

Pike Place Market is another of the city's most enduring landmarks. This bustling market is a hive of activity from early in the morning, with visitors treated to a host of stalls, cafes, shops and more. Check out the underground portion of the market for something a little different.

Speaking of something a little different, the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks provide an anything but everyday sight. Serving as the principle gateway between the Puget Sound and the Lake Washington Canal, the locks provide passage for boats passing between the two. Watch on as a vessel makes it slow journey through the canal. Be sure to keep an eye out for salmon and sea lions in the process.

The Pacific Northwest is famed for its fresh air. Visitors to Seattle will find the opportunity to enjoy this in any of the city's parks and gardens. Popular choices include Discovery Park, Volunteer Park and Kubota Garden. The latter is a serene Japanese Garden that serves as the perfect backdrop against which to relax. Meanwhile, Mount Rainier and Mount Si offer a hiker's paradise for those looking to get in touch with nature. Other popular attractions in this part of the world include the Waterfront District, complete with giant Ferris wheel and Seattle Aquarium; Woodland Park, home to the city's zoo; and Pioneer Square and its cobblestone streets.

Culture vultures will find a wealth of museum and galleries within the city. Choice cuts include the Burke Museum of Natural History, the Seattle Asian Art Museum, and the Museum of Flight. A trip to Seattle wouldn't be complete without a trip on the Puget Sound. Board a boat and head out to Tillicum Village on Blake Island for an enjoyable and peaceful afternoon. Visitors planning an extended visit to Seattle may wish to plan an overnight stay in the beautiful city of Vancouver. The Canadian city is a three hour drive - or a 50 minute flight - across the border. Seattle's main tourist season falls between June and August. If you don't have school holidays to contend with, try arranging your visit between September and November when things are noticeably quieter and the weather still holds out. Few tourists brave Seattle over the winter, while spring can be wet and cold.