Seattle is a unique city on the water on the Northwest of the United States. With almost four million people, it is the fifteenth largest city in the country and rapidly growing.
With the legalization of recreational marijuana, the city has become a frequent destination for pot tourists and families vacationing alike.
So where should you stay while you’re in town? Let’s take a look at some of the best Air Bnb Seattle has to offer so you can explore this spectacular city no matter what your budget or needs are.
1. “Cottage in the Heart of the City”
If you’re new to Airbnb, then you will want to find a property that is operated by a “superhost”. Superhosts are hosts that have a lot of experience and are committed to creating a great experience for their guests.
That is exactly what you will find when you visit Kathy’s cottage in the heart of the city.
She will guide you through an easy check in to your cottage that is located near the bus line, cruise ships, waterfront, and Space Needle.
This space comes with a parking spot and washer and dryer at only $89 a night.
2. “Best Location in Downtown Seattle”
Out of the 325 reviews for this cozy space, 95% say this home is in the ultimate location for walking around downtown and using the light rail.
You will be able to walk to countless bars and restaurants, which is great if you are coming to enjoy the nightlife. But if you are looking for a quiet place to rest, then this is not the location for you.
The hosts, Liliana and Michael, are eager to show guests their town and give suggestions when they are not around. At $75, their hospitality is budget-friendly.
3. “Ballard Backyard Cottage”
If relaxing in a nice backyard with a beer in your hand is your idea of a great evening, then this is the spot for you.
This romantic cottage has a BBQ area outside of its French doors and features enough amenities to make you want to move in permanently. You’ll enjoy the large farmhouse sink, Keurig coffee maker, and the 50-gallon hot water tank.
This property is $99 a night and easy to check into with a lockbox for entry.
4. “Haller Lake Restored Log Cabin”
If you’re looking for the perfect cabin, yet still want to be in the city of Seattle, then you have to check out this home.
Located on a large lake, this cabin is primarily heated by the large wood fireplace. The lake is spring-fed making it a refreshing place to swim in the summer.
The lake is thirty minutes from downtown and the city can be accessed by a bus stop at the end of the driveway. At $120 a night, this makes an excellent place to rest.
5. Lake Union View “Sky Cabin” Apartment
If you’re looking for the best-kept secret in Seattle, then this apartment may be the spot for you.
The apartment has a high ceiling and warm wood paneling that make a comfortable place to sit and look out at the seaplanes, boats, and sunsets over the mountains.
This is a peaceful and one-of-a-kind place in a village-like neighborhood. You will be one block away from Lake Union on the top floor of a three-story home.
6. Seattle “Mini-Home”
With relaxing blue walls and a nautical vibe, this small home is a great place to rest and recharge while still being downtown.
You will be able to walk to great restaurants and shops and when you come in for the night, you can head out to the deck and enjoy the hot tub!
This mini-home has everything you need with a small kitchenette, nicely-updated bathroom, and charming loft bed.
At $95 a night, this mini-home is an excellent choice for couples or single travelers that want to explore the city.
7. “The Henry Hideaway”
If you’re ready to get absorbed into the art scene of Seattle, then you have to check out this cool apartment that features a piano, guitar, board games, and a wood burning fireplace.
From the moment you walk in, you will find yourself welcomed by murals and interesting object with a funky and fun feel. At $88 a night, this is an affordable and charming place to spend your night in the city.
8. Bainbridge Island “Jungalow”
If you’re ready to escape the city, then this quasi-primitive cabin is the place for you. It’s nestled into a clearing of cedar trees and is just five minutes from the ferry terminal to Seattle.
You’ll enjoy the fire-heated outdoor clawfoot tub and the beaches and hiking trails that surround the property. This property is dog-friendly so you can bring your furry friend!
It’s important to note that this property does not have plumbing. The tub is filled with the hose and then heated with fire. At only $59 a night, this is an adventure that would be hard to pass up!
9. “Wake Up Under the Space Needle”
This single bedroom apartment has incredible views of the Space Needle. The building was built in 1898 and has been updated with excellent appliances.
From the bedroom, you will be able to see the needle and enjoy the vaulted ceilings and amenities like Bluetooth radio and a DVD player.
There is also a fold out couch allowing you to sleep up to four people, making this an excellent place to bring the kids at only $135 a night.
While Visiting Your Airbnb Seattle Location
Staying at an Airbnb Seattle property is a great way to explore a new city while sticking to a reasonable budget. The properties on this list are fabulous examples of the best living this city has to offer.
Check out our post on the best things to do in Seattle next to learn how to best enjoy your vacation!