Boutique Hotels in Bellevue, Washington


Bellevue, the largest suburb of the sprawling metropolis of Seattle, sees more than its fair share of the 19.2 million annual visitors to the area. Located just 10 miles outside of Seattle, Bellevue offers visitors a perfect combination of close proximity to the sights and attractions of Seattle, without the high accommodation prices.

In Bellevue, visitors can enjoy a quieter stay, taking advantage of its 1,700 acres of parks and open spaces with nearly 40 miles of trails designated for walking or biking.

Downtown Park, Bellevue, WA. Photo by Stina M via

Downtown Park, Bellevue, WA. Photo by Stina M via

Bellevue is home to many high-end and boutique hotels at a fraction of the price you’d pay in Seattle, especially if you plan to visit during an off-season. Here are just a few of them:

Hilton Bellevue

Located in the business district of Bellevue, Hilton Bellevue offers affordable luxury for all. Starting at just $200 per night, (although bargain hunters can find stays for as low as $150 per night), guest rooms at the Hilton Bellevue are well-appointed and come equipped with all the comforts of home. Inside the rooms, you’ll find coffee makers, plush bathrobes, wet bars, and jetted tubs, but take a few steps outside your room and enjoy the shared amenities of an outdoor pool or the 24-hour fitness center.
The concierge at the front desk can assist you with concert tickets, local area attractions, and other requests to help make your stay in Bellevue a success.

Red Lion Hotel Bellevue

Cozy, comfortable, and clean, Red Lion Hotel Bellevue offers small town charm and hospitality, perfect for those traveling with a family. The rooms start at just $115 per night, offer great amenities like pillow-top mattresses, and triple-sheet bedding, and come equipped with a microwave, a coffee maker, and a mini refrigerator. Wi-Fi is available in the rooms and in the common areas.

Lincoln Square, Bellevue, WA. Photo by Audra Mulkern via

Lincoln Square, Bellevue, WA. Photo by Audra Mulkern via

Silver Cloud Hotel – Eastgate

Located in the heart of I-90 high-tech corridor and just four miles from Microsoft’s main campus, the Silver Cloud Hotel is frequented by travelers visiting Seattle for business, and the hotel certainly caters for this crowd. All 145 guest rooms come equipped with 55″ high-definition flat-screen TVs and offer complimentary wireless and wired Internet access. To make your stay even more convenient, rooms feature in-room refrigerators, microwaves, and daily complimentary newspaper service. Rooms start at $139 per night.

Sheraton Bellevue Hotel

The Sheraton Bellevue has recently undergone a multi-million dollar renovation, bringing its 178 guest rooms, public areas, function spaces, and restaurant to high standards of affordable luxury. The rooms now feature crisp, fresh décor, and each one comes equipped with Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed, perfect for ultimate comfort and relaxation after a day of sightseeing. The hotel is situated in Downtown Bellevue and can sometimes be booked for as cheap as $120 per night.

Eastgate Freeway Station Bellevue, Washington. Photo by Mark Rentz via

Eastgate Freeway Station Bellevue, Washington. Photo by Mark Rentz via

Hyatt Regency Bellevue

The Hyatt Regency Bellevue is an upscale choice for those looking for a sophisticated stay in the Seattle area. The hotel is elegant and features Asian-inspired accents. It offers travelers, particularly those visiting on business, a mobile office environment, including internet access, meeting, and event facilities. The rooms are modern and spacious and start at $150 per night.