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Make Seattle your next getaway—choose from 155 great vacation rentals

Our Seattle vacation rentals offer a front-row seat to the Northwest's largest city. From the iconic Pike Place Market and the Space Needle to boating on Lake Washington and bar hopping on Capitol Hill, a stay in one of our Puget Sound vacation rentals in the Emerald City - whether for business or leisure - is sure to deliver unforgettable memories with a stunning natural backdrop!

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Seattle vacation rentals for every getaway

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Artsy Cottage on Capitol Hill
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Artsy Cottage on Capitol Hill - Seattle, WA

$164 avg / night
Emerald City Gem
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Emerald City Gem - Seattle, WA

$162 avg / night
Belltown Court #725
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Belltown Court #725 - Seattle, WA

$254 avg / night
Belltown Court Condo 348
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Belltown Court Condo 348 - Seattle, WA

$197 avg / night
Fairmount House
3 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Fairmount House - Seattle, WA

$417 avg / night

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Recent Seattle vacation rental reviews

This home accommodated our needs with sleeping, cooking,and relaxing. The location was also central to our destinations. Enjoyed it !
Lynette A. | Jul 2022
The view was superb. The location central and walkable to most things. The house was clean and well stocked. The hosts were wonderful and easy to connect with. When I go back to Seattle I will most certainly try and book this one again.
Christina S. | Jul 2022
Nice townhouse style home. Peek-a-boo views of the Sound from the roof. Generally well equipped. Location is very close to an awesome park and convenient for getting to the ferry. Clean, nicely decorated. Some street noise as it is near a bus route, but it's manageable. Some things are a bit odd. There are no chairs in the home other than on the roof (dining table has benches). There's an off-white carpet under the dining table. A bit expensive for the area at $400/night-- as places in Queen Anne, and Near UW, etc are similarly priced. The oddest thing is they don't give a front door code, just a garage code. But if you're not parking in the garage it's strange and inconvenient.
Jonas G. | Jul 2022

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Seattle neighborhoods

While tourist-friendly downtown Seattle is certainly filled with its share of attractions, Seattle's neighborhoods are packed with their own charms and points of interest. Just northwest of all the hustle and bustle, the scenic neighborhood of Queen Anne is up high on a hill and offers amazing, panoramic views of Seattle, while still only a 20-minute walk from attractions like the Space Needle.

Up-and-coming Belltown sits between Lower Queen Anne to the north and downtown to the south, and is full of shops, restaurants, and home to Sub Pop Records world headquarters. To the north and northeast are the neighborhoods of South Lake Union and Capitol Hill - both offering a different view of Seattle, from serene lake views and green spaces to late-hour entertainment and nightlife. Further north, you'll find the family-friendly neighborhood of Green Lake, right next to the Woodland Park Zoo. Seattle is often called a "city of neighborhoods," and with a visit to this eclectic destination, you'll see why!

Things to do in Seattle

When you visualize Seattle, you probably think about riding the monorail, rainy days, and sipping good, strong coffee - Seattle certainly has all of those things, but there's also the EMP Museum and the Chihuly Garden at the Seattle Center, the waterfront Ferris wheel, or even just people-watching in Pioneer Square.

View the exhibits at the Seattle Art Museum and the Asian Art Museum, or spend an afternoon strolling through unique shops, galleries, and yes, watching the fish mongers throw seafood around at Pike Place Market!

Restaurants in Seattle

When you work up an appetite, Seattle has hundreds of dining options. From the Dahlia Lounge right downtown (be sure to end your meal with the made-to-order doughnuts) to a neighborhood snack spot like Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery in Ballard. Of course, since you'll have a kitchen back at your Seattle getaway, you could always pick up some salmon before heading back and preparing a feast later in your fully-equipped vacation home's kitchen.

Outdoor activities in Seattle

When it comes to outdoor activities, the Pacific Northwest has an abundance of choices, and Seattle is no exception. Aside from urban hikes, just a 30-minute drive will put you at a number of gorgeous trails including the Cedar River Trail, Evans Creek Preserve, and Soaring Eagle Regional Park. Seattle is one of the most bike-friendly cities on the West Coast. And, if you like fishing, you can sign up for a Puget Sound fishing charter and maybe even catch your own dinner!

Day trips from Seattle

In the northwest corner of Washington state, Seattle is well located for a number of day trips. Hop on a Washington State Ferry to the Olympic Peninsula to wander around the Victorian-style town of Port Townsend, take a whale watching excursion in Puget Sound, or visit nearby Whidbey Island. The gorgeous San Juan Islands are a bit further away, but an easy day trip from Seattle - you can head out early in the morning, wander around Eastsound or Orcas Island, and be back in your cozy bed by nightfall in your very own vacation rental.

One thing is sure: with a stay in one of our Seattle vacation rentals, you'll discover all that this amazing city has to offer.

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