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Wedged between the Olympic Mountains to the west and the Cascade mountains to the east, Seattle is home not only to stunning nature, but also to locally produced coffee and beer, a burgeoning food scene, artsy neighborhoods, thriving culture, and the Space Needle.
The melting pot of Seattle's cultures bears a distinct energy that does not go unnoticed. Come for the extensive event calendar, the seaside, the vintage streets, and the culture. Seattle condo rentals are a fine way to experience this multifaceted city.
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Popular Rental Amenities in Seattle
Use filters to search and find an offer matching your needs among all of the properties in Seattle. Seattle is the right place to look for an accommodation if you need internet access during your vacation or you want to tune out with some TV time, as the most common amenities are "Internet" and "TV." It is also possible to find a property in Seattle if you want to go fishing as 364 of the accommodations there include "Fishing."
Price and Availability Index in Seattle
Vacation Rental Price Information in Seattle
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months of the year. Seattle is more expensive in July (7/15 - 7/22), where prices are on average $488 a night. In February (2/4 - 2/11), prices will hit an average low of $215 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Seattle
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Seattle. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in January (1/7 - 1/14). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in April (4/29 - 5/6).
The Weather in Seattle
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Find the Seattle climate diagram. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 35° in Seattle in January. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is July.
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Accommodations for your vacation in Seattle
In Seattle, house rental are the most prevalent accommodation option. Interestingly, the average cost of this specific type of property is $484 per night, with an average size of 159 m². Moreover, house rental are excellent for large groups, as most can welcome 7 guests. Vacationers looking for something else can also find many apartment rental, which are the other most popular accommodation option in Seattle. While house rental in Seattle have an average size of 159 m², apartment rental have an average size of 70 m².
Where to find the best food in Seattle?
First things first: Washington state's raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and apples are second-to-none, so make sure to enjoy these regional specialties while in Seattle. Foodies will love Seattle's culinary options, particularly its seafood options - there are clams, crab, salmon, oysters, and mussels up for the taking.
Local restaurants serve delicious coffees, chilled beers, fresh meat and vegetable dishes, and more. Storyville Coffee, Caffe Ladro, Victrola Coffee Roasters, and Caffe Vita all roast their own beans. Seattle’s foodie tours allow local food experts to take you on an exciting food trail throughout the hidden gems of the city.
The 9 Best Places to Get Sushi in Seattle
1. Sushi Kappo Tamura: At Sushi Kappo Tamura, chef Taichi Kitamura works with local fishermen to provide diners with specialities like hairy crab. The weekend brunch here is a must.
2. The Cutting Board: If you’re looking for cheap and delicious gyoza, or you're mad about nigiri, then the Cutting Board is the place to go.
3. Tsukushinbo: If you love affordable dishes and are looking to try a range of Japanese cuisine, be sure to try the legendary ramen at Tsukushinbo on Main Street.
4. Mashiko: This elegant eatery does things a little differently, with chef Hajime Sato making every meal an experience, with oddities like caterpillar rolls.
5. Shiro’s: At this popular establishment, put your faith in the chef, and look forward to a classic omakase arrangement.
6. Momiji: Love sushi classics served up in traditional surroundings? Then head to Momiji, which provides an authentic Japanese setting and extensive menus.
7. Chiso: This charming restaurant is another great option for sushi in Seattle, and has a similar vibe to Momiji.
8. Issian: It may look a little rough and ready from the outside, but don't be deceived! You'll be won over by its masu sushi.
9.Wataru: When you want a real taste of Japan, head to Wataru, which flies its bonito in from the country.
What is the weather like in Seattle?
The Best Time to Visit
Springtime is perfect for bargain hunters, as this is when the city is gearing up for the summer, its high season. It can get a bit chilly at times, so come prepared. Early fall, between September and November, is perfect for those seeking peace and quiet. The summer crowds have dispersed, allowing you to enjoy the city like a local. June to August is peak season when the sheer scale of festivals, parties, and sunshine will make up for the crowds and high season prices.
What are the top sights in Seattle?
Stunning Seattle Sights
A walk downtown will take you past the Rem Koolhaas/OMA designed Central Library, the Paramount Theater and Pike Place Market, which is the oldest continually operating farmers market in America. The International District, meanwhile, is home to world-class art galleries, cozy bookshops, antique stores, hip retro bars, and nightclubs. To the east is Seattle's Asian neighborhood. Seattle's most iconic landmark, the Space Needle, is a must-see to appreciate the Emerald City from above.
Important architectural landmarks include the Columbia Center (the tallest building in the Pacific Northwest) and Smith Tower, an Art Deco skyscraper, which is the city's oldest. The Ballard Locks and Fish Ladder is where tourists watch the steady stream of sailboats, motorboats, tugs, and yachts cruise by. The fish ladder at the underwater viewing gallery will get you up close and personal to salmon and other friendly fish. For those planning to visit several tourist attractions in a short time, consider taking the handy and economical Seattle CityPASS.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Seattle?
Seattle's Art and Culture
The city boasts several art galleries and museums, all exceptionally educational and well-maintained. Art and culture enthusiasts should not miss the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum for its Chinese & Japanese Art, and the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. The Pacific Science Center, the Science Fiction Museum, and the Seattle Aquarium will keep the kids intrigued.
Rock and roll fans, watch out for the Experience Music Project, featuring a special Jimi Hendrix exhibit. Pick up a guide at the tourist center for more information on the city's Nordic, Asian American, Latino/Hispanic, Native American, and African American roots. Seattle condo rentals are a great way to soak in the city's cultural vibes.
What are the best activities for families in Seattle?
The Best Activities for Families in Seattle
To delve into Seattle's cultural heritage, the Museum of Pop Culture and the Museum of History and Industry are two world-class institutions that display two very different, but equally important aspects of Seattle's history.
For something on the lighter side for your young ones, the Woodland Park Zoo provides plenty of fun with furry friends. The Seattle Children's Museum and the interactive Pacific Science Center, both housed inside the expansive Seattle Center park, offer a day's outing both educational and fun for kids of all ages.
Get outdoors and go boating on Lake Union or Lake Washington, explore the untamed wilderness of Tiger Mountain State Forest, or make the jaunt up to leafy Kerry Park for stunning skyline views of downtown Seattle. Art lovers in your family are well-catered in Seattle, too. There's the spacious Seattle Art Museum, the 9-acre Olympic Sculpture Park, or the unique Chihuly Garden and Glass sculpture garden showcasing Dale Chihuly's original large-scale colored glassworks.
What are the best nightlife spots in Seattle?
The Best Breweries in Seattle
1. Fremont Brewing
Seattle loves its craft beer and has a wealth of breweries across the city. Fremont Brewing is a family-run company that has taken the U.S. by storm. Its Universal Pale Ale and award-winning Bourbon Abominable Winter Ale demonstrate why it's among the top-producing craft breweries in the country.
A newcomer to the scene is Cloudburst, which puts a spin on classic beers. Try the cherry and pineapple pale ale Punch Drunk Love and its Nirvana-inspired Grandma Take Me Home stout.
3. Populuxe Brewing
Check out the Washington 2018 Small Brewery of the Year by visiting Populuxe Brewing for one of its signature IPAs in the huge beer garden.
Where are the unique attractions in Seattle?
The 3 Best Day Trips from Seattle
1. Mount Rainier National Park
Around two hours from Seattle is Mount Rainier National Park, an enormous expanse of snow-capped mountains, wildflowers, and roaming deer. It is an excellent place for hiking, skiing, and snowboarding.
Follow the Skykomish River east of Seattle and discover a little piece of Germany. Situated at the foot of the Cascade Mountains, Leavenworth is modeled on a Bavarian alpine town and is home to family-run restaurants and a Nutcracker Museum.
3. Twin Peaks
Television buffs can see the iconic sights from the cult classic Twin Peaks, with tours around Seattle letting you experience the locations that inspired creator David Lynch.
What are the best events and festivals in Seattle?
Festivals and Events
Seattle has something going on all year around. The year begins with the Seattle Boat Show in January and the Seattle Festival of Improvisational Theater in February. Spring features the Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival and the Moisture Festival. Summer has plenty in store: the Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle Pride, Seattle International BeerFest, and the Capitol Hill Block Party, among other events.
September's International Comedy Competition and the Earshot Jazz Festival are a hit with music and comedy fans. The year closes with the Christmas Ship Festival, where ships sail to different Puget Sound waterfront communities, with bonfires lit ashore by rapturous crowds singing Christmas carols.
During the Fourth of July, travelers get the chance to enjoy the Seafair Summer 4th celebrations held at Gas Works Park. This festival offers visitors the chance to enjoy live music, try a handful of various food vendors, as well as joining in on several games and contests.
What are the must-see attractions in Seattle?
Seattle: Culture and History in the Pacific Northwest
Seattle's most iconic landmark, the Space Needle is a soaring observation tower boasting beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean, the city, and the neighboring mountains in Washington.
Home to the Major League Baseball team, the Seattle Mariners, this is the perfect place for you to experience a classic American sport.
Pike Place Market
One of the oldest farmers' markets in the country, Pike Place sells fresh produce and excellent gifts. Whether you choose to sample seafood chowder for lunch or simply wish to pick up souvenirs, Pike Place has what you're after.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many vacation homes are available to book in Seattle?
Low demand is in April, so there will be a lot of House rental and Apartment rental open for booking in Seattle.
What are the most popular amenities for vacation houses in Seattle?
Most travelers search for Internet, TV, and Grill when planning a holiday in Seattle.
Are pets allowed in holiday homes in Seattle?
If you are traveling with a dog in Seattle - 19% of vacation homes are pet-friendly.
What are the best months to travel to Seattle?
The warmest months in in Seattle are July and August, with temperatures around 76 °F. January and February in Seattle are the coldest, with 35 °F on average.
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