Monday, June 26, 2006

Accommodations in Seattle

Panama Hotel

605 1/2 Main St.

$80/night w/ Shared WC

The Panama Hotel is located in Seattle's international district, also referred to as China Town. It's a basic hotel with shared WCs. The focus of its amenities are its old-school charm and location, surrounded with some of Seattle's best Chinese, Japanese and other Asian food. The international district is just south of downtown, adjacent to the train station and Pioneer Square.


Holiday Inn

211 Dexter Ave N.

$180/night w/ private bath - kitchenette

This hotel sits in the shadow of the Space Needle. It's located off of Denny way and just north of downtown, adjacent to Belltown and just walking distance from the Pacific Science Center and the Seattle Center.


Best Western

77 Yesler Way

$140-160/night private bath

This Best Western is located in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square district. The hotel is housed in a turn of the 20th century building with lots of charm and centrally located to downtown night life and clubs.

2301 8th Ave

$140-160/night private bath

This Best Western is located off of Denny way, just a short walk to the Space Needle and situated just North of downtown. It's within walking distance of the Pacific Science Center and the Seattle Center.


Warwick Hotel

401 Lenora Street

$189/night w/ private bath

The Warwick straddles the nebulous border of the downtown and Belltown shopping districts, music clubs, and is walking distance from the Pike Place Market and plenty of good eateries. Across the street from the Cinerama


W Hotel

1112 4th Ave

$300-450/night full amenities

For the big spenders with an appetite for hyper-modern design, this hotel will provide you accommodation in the middle of downtown, one block north of the Seattle Library, and a short walk from the Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square.


Green Tortoise Hostel

1525 2nd Ave

$50/night private 2 person room w/ shared WC

The travelers on a shoe string will find a place to hang their hats in this basic hostel, across the street from the Pike Place Market and smack in the middle of downtown. This location is very central.