Often called "the United States of Neighbourhoods," Seattle is as diverse as it gets: raw, cool, elegant, nostalgic, you name it! Visit for the experimental cuisine, craft ciders, edgy festivals, and world-class museums. Seattle vacation rentals are a great way to explore the city.
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Find your perfect vacation rental Seattle: from $127 per night
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Popular Rental Amenities Seattle
Check above for the most frequently used filters in Seattle and the number of accommodations that have them. In Seattle, 2,631 rentals provide "Internet". So, if you need internet access during your vacation, select the Internet filter to compare these rentals. Plan your vacation in advance if you plan to go fishing or you enjoy soaking in the hot tub. There are just 58 listed accommodations including "Fishing" and 59 rentals with "Jacuzzi."
Price and Availability Index in Seattle
Vacation Rental Price Information in Seattle
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Seattle. Prices reach a peak a week in September. The price per night in a vacation rental in Seattle this week (9/17 - 9/24) costs on average $558. Prices decrease in November to an average of $275 per night (11/6 - 11/13).
Rental Availability Information in Seattle
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Seattlefor the next twelve months. The busiest time to book a rental in Seattle so far is in December (12/25 - 1/1), where only 22% rentals are available. The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in October (10/30 - 11/6).
The Weather Seattle
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In August maximum temperatures go higher than 26°. Conversely, January is the coolest month Seattle, with temperatures going under 3° According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year Seattle.
7-Day Weather Forecast Seattle
Seattle Food and Drink: Breweries, Ciders, and Fresh Produce
This port city tantalizes with its seafood preparations: there's sushi, creamy clam chowder, oysters, fleshy crabs, and more. For street food, try the cream cheese Seattle hot dog. Seattle's also an artisan chocolate mecca, with exquisite salted caramels and dark truffles. For some of the best, stop in at Fran's Chocolates.
Chinatown's hipster bubble tea shops are a must-see, as is the burgeoning craft beer scene – Fremont Brewing and Elysian Brewing are top choices. Lastly, don't leave without sampling some of Seattle's apples!
Venture on a Space Odyssey and Delve Into Culture
Hard to miss is the city's defining symbol, the flying saucer-shaped Space Needle. Towering over the city, it attracts over a million visitors annually. For intriguing modernistic architecture and rock n' roll memorabilia, head to the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), which also houses a fantasy and sci-fi exhibit.
America's oldest continually operating farmer's market, Pike Place Market features giant fish and heaps of fresh produce. A guided tour is recommended. Meanwhile, Pacific-Northwest history comes alive through indigenous art and fantastical sculptures at the beautiful Seattle Art Museum (SAM).
Activities for Children in Seattle
Pike Place Market
No trip to Seattle with kids is complete without a trip to the famous Pike Place Market. Browse through the scores of vendor stands, and sample local treats you can take back for dinner at your vacation rental. Rub the statue of Rachel the pig, and watch fish being tossed at the seafood stands. Don't forget an ice cream at Shug's Soda Fountain and Ice Cream on the way out.
Seashore Walks in Seattle
Walk along the Seattle waterfront to take in salty ocean breezes and see incredible views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. There's a host of visitor attractions, restaurants, and the Seattle Aquarium here. After your walk, give your feet a rest with a ride on the Great Wheel, which takes riders up to a height of 175ft in 8-person capsules.
Chihuly Garden and Glass
View the work of Dale Chihuly in this beautiful garden and glasshouse, showcasing an array of his glass sculptures.
Visit Seattle's Famous Space Needle
The Space Needle is Seattle's most famous landmark. Take an elevator ride up to the observation deck situated 524ft above street level, where you can walk on a glass section of floor, or look out from the angled glass on the upper deck. There's also a revolving restaurant that offers a kids' menu and delicious meals for adults.
Olympic National Park
A great day trip option out of Seattle is Olympic National Park. There's plenty of family-suitable day hikes through forests, mountain meadows, and coastline. Take a picnic with you to enjoy a day in the majestic Pacific Northwest environment. There's a number of educational opportunities for kids, including earning an Ocean Steward Patch when they learn about the park's shoreside ecosystem.
The Museum of Flight
As well as the numerous space and air craft, the interactive nature of this museum draws thousands of visitors in each year. You can even get a taste of a space shuttle mission.
Seattle Festivals for All Tastes
February is a musical month, with the Seattle Chamber Music Festival and the Wintergrass festival. The world comes to Seattle with March's French Fest and Irish Festival and late summer/early autumn's BrasilFest, Arab Festival, CroatiaFest, and Diwali: Lights of India.
Summer's Seafair Festival is all about torchlight parades, block parties, hydroplane races, and fun triathlons. Also worth mentioning is the Bumbershoot music and arts festival, which attracts over 2,500 artists and performers each September.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the typical price of a vacation home Seattle?
The starting price for Apartment rentals or House rentals Seattle is $125 per night.
What is the typical availability of Apartment rentals Seattle?
October has the highest availability of Apartment rentals Seattle, so you can expect plenty of selection, even for last-minute bookings.
What are the most popular vacation home amenities Seattle?
Many travellers are searching for Internet, TV, and Pool when booking a vacation home Seattle.
How many Apartment rentals and House rentals can I find Seattle?
Seattle has 3,526 Apartment rentals and House rentals available to book.
Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals Seattle?
Yes, there are 755 pet-friendly vacation rentals Seattle, with an average nightly price of $470.
What's the best month to visit Seattle?
The warmest time of year Seattle is August and July, with the nightly price of a vacation home starting at $125.
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