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Best hotel and area in Seattle for nightlife?

I will be in Seattle this July. I am staying in Redmond for most of the trip but was hoping to stay in Seattle proper on Friday night and go out, enjoy the night life. What area has the best night life? And any hotel recommendations?

4 Answers

answered by
Valerie from Seattle

Depends on the nightlife you enjoy!

How about Belltown for bars, nightclubs, and downtown sightseeing?

Or Capitol Hill Neighborhood for cocktail bars, gay dancing (whether you're gay or not, they're very welcoming!), and dives?

Or Ballard Neighborhood to hang out with the hipsters, sip whiskey and eat amazing food?

Seattle has pretty distinctive nightlife personalities, so it's all about knowing what you want!

As for hotels, I'm not familiar with many as a local, but we have good Uber coverage, and the buses access all of these areas too if you're into the public transit kind of thing.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Belltown (attraction)
  2. Capitol Hill Neighborhood (neighborhood)
  3. Ballard Neighborhood (neighborhood)
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answered by
Alissa from Queen Anne

Hotel Andra is a slightly more upscale/ trendy option in a close-but-not too close downtown location. Hot Stove Society is fun activity and is inside the hotel. Book in adv. Hotel Max is another option: next to fab wine bar called Le Caviste and walking distance to Belltown bars and restaurants as well as the quintessential Seattle tech mecca of South Lake Union. You can see amazonians in their natural habitat. Try not to stare.

The Maxwell Hotel in lower queen anne is super close to a few bars like Peso's Kitchen & LoungeThe Sitting Room and Great Nabob. Also walkable to one of the city's best hair-of-the-dog brunch spots, Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge. It's easy to catch the bus/ uber to downtown for other day time drink spots (mostly in Pike Place Market) An uber/ lyft to most other neighborhoods is less than $15. Queen Anne Avenue is lovely. It's where I choose to live and is home to my fav restaurant in the city, Via Tribunali. Take a walk to Kerry Parkafterwards and grab ice cream next door at Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream

Though there are a lot of hotel options in the financial district downtown, I would avoid. The area is desolate on the weekend.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Hotel Andra (hotel)
  2. Hot Stove Society (attraction)
  3. Hotel Max (hotel)
  4. Le Caviste (restaurant)
  5. Belltown (attraction)
  6. South Lake Union (neighborhood)
  7. The Maxwell Hotel (hotel)
  8. Peso's Kitchen & Lounge (attraction)
  9. The Sitting Room (restaurant)
  10. Great Nabob (restaurant)
  11. Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge (restaurant)
  12. Pike Place Market (attraction)
  13. Queen Anne Avenue (attraction)
  14. Via Tribunali (restaurant)
  15. Kerry Park (attraction)
  16. Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream (attraction)
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answered by
Ashley from Calgary

We stayed at Hotel Five, it was great and within walking distance to pretty much everything and not a long walk from train station if you arrive from from the airport via train. I think it's considered part of Belltown and it's right by Top Pot Doughnuts!

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Hotel Five (hotel)
  2. Top Pot Doughnuts (attraction)

answered first by
Johnny from Las Vegas

I like Bellevue, it has several great bars like Blue Martini and the hotels around there aren't bad.  The Red Lion Hotel Bellevue is a great place for the price and is walking distance (or a short cab ride) from the action...

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bellevue (attraction)
  2. Blue Martini (attraction)
  3. Red Lion Hotel Bellevue (hotel)

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