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    Pocket Guide: Washington

    Traveling to Washington gives you an opportunity to venture to the most northwest point in the contiguous United States. It is a popular destination for nature lovers as well as those looking for attractions of all kinds. Before you book Washington hotels, here are some things you may need to know.

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    When to Visit

    One of the major issues that you should take into consideration when going to Washington is that it rains a lot. Some areas of the state get as much as 150 inches of rain per year. You can get rained on no matter when you go. However, the part of the year with the most rain is from October to early July. From about the midpoint of July through August, the least amount of rain occurs. However, if you're taking advantage of Washington hotel packages, you need to bring an umbrella because it rains throughout the year.

    What to See and Do

    When you book Washington hotel deals, there are plenty of things for you to see and do while you are in the state. If you enjoy nature, one of the places you might want to check out is Olympic National Park. This is a massive national park that includes Mount Olympus and four different distinct regions. Many hotels in Washington will get you close to this "World Heritage Site" and allow you to explore the grounds easily. If you want to find cheap hotel deals in Washington, staying near national parks and wilderness areas is a good place to start.

    Seattle is a city that you may want to investigate if you're looking for a cheap Washington hotel deal. In Seattle, you can see the Space Needle and go up in it to enjoy a unique view of the city. Being on top of the city allows you to see it like never before.

    Pike Place Market is an interesting place to check out if you enjoy seafood and products straight from the farm. It is the one of the longest running farmer's markets in the United States.

    The Seattle Aquarium is regarded as one of the best in the nation with many different marine animal species inside.

    There are plenty of rooms in the surrounding area if you are looking for special rates to take advantage of. You can sometimes get a discount by traveling during the off-peak times of the year. Regardless of what prices you secure or where you make your reservations, you'll have plenty of entertainment options to pick from once you arrive.

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    Hotels in Seattle

    Fairmont Olympic Hotel - Seattle Hotels
    Rating: 5.0 Stars
    $479

    Fairmont Olympic Hotel

    411 University St, Seattle - Map
     
     
    "My husband's birthday weekend"
    This was our first trip to Seattle. The hotel was in a perfect location to walk or trolly to major sites. The staff were professional, helpful and very friendly. The room was what you would expect at a Fairmont; classic furnishings, and rich, warm hues, making it hard to leave our room. The dining options were great including the Starbuck's-like take-out restaurant, to the Georgian dining room. We did not have a chance to try Shuckers.
    Lisa from Pasadena, CA
    Built on the original site of the University of Washington, this grand hotel is just a few blocks from the Seattle Art …More
    Executive Hotel Pacific - Seattle Hotels
    Rating: 3.0 Stars

    Executive Hotel Pacific

    400 Spring St, Seattle - Map
     
     
    "Great location"
    This was an older hotel but the staff kept it looking smart. It is close to the T and the bus so you can get anywhere. Nice location. Don't try to walk there with your luggage though because it is in a hilly part of town.
    Anthony from Mississippi
    Conveniently located close to Pike Place Market, Benaroya Hall, the Seattle Art Museum, Waterfront, Pioneer Square, Safeco …More
    Sheraton Seattle Hotel - Seattle Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    Sheraton Seattle Hotel

    1400 6th Ave, Seattle - Map
     
     
    "Nice downtown Seattle location"
    I used to live outside Seattle and decided to stay at Seattle Sheraton over the July holiday weekend because the price was quite good and it is well situated in downtown Seattle. Check-in and check-out were quick and easy. Valet parking at the hotel is required (no self-park like it used to be) and costs $46./day (that includes tax but not tip) which seems high but it's about the same everywhere downtown Seattle. I didn't try the hotel bar or restaurant, although they have a "green" program where you do not get clean towels/sheets/maid service in exchange for a $5. coupon each day for food/drink if you wish. I would have preferred they gave me free wifi in exchange for the "green" program, as it cost me $10.95/day to play Words with Friends and check directions on my iPad while relaxing in my room. The room service menu seemed quite good, but I didn't use it. The 25th (?) floor pool was filled with children on July 4th, no surprise. I would stay here again.
    K from Bend, OR
    This 35-story hotel rises above Seattle's shopping and entertainment district, within two blocks of the Paramount and 5th …More

    Hotels in Spokane

    Ruby2 - Spokane Hotels
    Rating: 2.0 Stars

    Ruby2

    123 S. Post Street, Spokane - Map
     
     
    "Great"
    Other than the train accross the parking lot the stay was great.
    Justin from AZ
    Situated in the business district, this hotel is close to Steam Plant Square, Riverfront Park, and Spokane Arena. Also nearby …More
    The Davenport Hotel and Tower - Spokane Hotels
    Rating: 4.0 Stars

    The Davenport Hotel and Tower

    10 S Post St, Spokane - Map
     
     
    "Safari Elegance at a good price"
    The Davenport Tower is a very nice hotel, very well appointed (though I wouldn't say no to bath tubs instead of just showers, there's something to be said about a nice relaxing bath while on holiday that a shower, no matter how nice, just can't match), and staffed by very hospitable and gracious staff. It is a bit strange not to have coffee makers, mini-bars, mini-fridges, or microwaves in the room, but there are plenty of dining options either in the Tower, in the Historic Davenport, or nearby, as well as a Starbucks in the lobby. There are a couple of little idiosyncrasies, like the mirrors on the headboards that lend a bit more of a, um, 1970's Stag Film feel as opposed to a Safari theme, or the cheap industrial soap and shampoo dispensers in the tile and marble showers; but those can be forgiven with the comfort and elegance elsewhere. Also, the walls are thinner than I would have liked, so you do get a chance to hear your neighbors and any loud comings and goings in the hallways (like the yappy purse-dog that someone brought in with them the first night we were there). All in all, though, the experience is not to be missed at least once.
    Chris from Puyallup, WA
    Rich with history dating back to 1914, this landmark Spokane resort is set in the center of downtown, surrounded by arts …More
    Montvale Hotel - Spokane Hotels
    Rating: 3.5 Stars
    $144

    Montvale Hotel

    1005 W 1st Ave, Spokane - Map
     
     
    "The Montvale Hotel has old gold rush charm"
    Since it was a historical brothel back in the day, you can almost see the lovely ladies leaning over the banister flittering with the anticipating patrons. Antiques, Persian rugs and comfortable common space. The rooms a very comfortable and accommodating. My only wish would be to have a charming restaurant in the basement to show off the coal stoves that use to heat part of the buildings in Spokane. The Montvale is within walking distance to many nice restaurants and pubs. The price is just right. I definitely would recommend it for those that want a piece of history and a comfortable place to lie their head.
    PJ from Tri City, WA
    This historic, downtown Spokane hotel is just 1 block from the Knitting Factory and across the street from the Fox Theater.More