Foodies, take note - Seattle's Chinatown has more noodles, dumplings, pho, dim sum and bubble tea than is possible to try in one trip. If staying in or around the International District is your goal, we've got the hotels for you.
The Panama Hotel is a bed and breakfast in the heart of Chinatown and features a tea room and tours of the only remaining Japanese public bathhouse in the U.S. For those on a tight budget, the American Hotel is run by Hostelling International and offers a kitchen, library, computer room, dining area and both private and dorm-style rooms.
The International District borders Pioneer Square, which features several hotels from low-cost to high-class. The Best Western Pioneer Square is just a few blocks from Chinatown and has a great free continental breakfast with fresh Belgian waffles. The Doubletree Arctic Club, Courtyard by Marriott and Hotel 1000 are outstanding choices for travelers looking for a bit of luxury. The Alexis is a classy, boutique hotel on 1st Avenue with a bookish theme.
Sports fans, book that room at Silver Cloud Inn - right across the street from both Qwest and Safeco fields, you'll be grateful when you walk right past that game-day traffic. And if the Waterfront is another spot on your "to do in Seattle" list, check out the Edgewater, just a few blocks from Pioneer Square and Chinatown.
605 S Main St
Located in the historic International District...
520 South King Street
A Hostelling International Location... read more
700 3rd Avenue
Hilton comfort in downtown Seattle... read more
77 Yesler Way
Budget rooms in Seattle's historic district...
612 2nd Ave
Marriott comfort in a convenient downtown location... read more
1000 First Ave
1007 First Ave
At Madison St
2411 Alaskan Way
1046 First Ave. S
The spot for sports and tradeshow fans... read more
1221 First Ave
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