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If you're looking for somewhere affordable to stay in Seattle, a hostel in town might be a great option for you. No two hostels look exactly the same, but these dormitory-style accommodations all offer the following:
Hostels are a great way to stay in Seattle for a good value, so you can save your budget for going out. You can enjoy activities like shopping, and the natural parks create an appealing natural setting.
Ready to book a hostel in town? These options have the best reviews from our customers and could be a good place to start:
Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle - Located steps from Pike Place Market. Guests can enjoy free breakfast, free WiFi, and a 24-hour front desk. Rooms come with showers.
Walk to Microsoft Headquarters - Located within a 20-minute walk of Microsoft Campus. You can take advantage of free WiFi and free parking, as well as a shared/communal kitchen. You'll find towels, coffee/tea makers, and free bottled water in all rooms.
Good weather's always better when you want to venture out and explore, so here are some stats that may be helpful:
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You'll find the nearest airport in Seattle, WA (LKE-Lake Union), located 1.1 mi (1.8 km) away from the city center. An alternative is Seattle, WA (BFI-Boeing Field), located 5.3 mi (8.6 km) away. Once you're on the ground, you may want to use public transit during your trip. Nearby metro stations include Westlake Station, Westlake Ave Hub Station, and University Street Station. To check out more of the surrounding area, take a train from Seattle King Street Station, Capitol Hill Station, or Tukwila Station.