Where to Stay in Bellevue

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Up and coming Bellevue is quickly becoming a premier travel destination. The Washington state neighborhood is booming with businesses, attractions, and convenience. A quick drive in one direction takes you into Seattle while another way takes you into the heart of the Pacific North West. Come for its convenience, but stay for everything else Bellevue has to offer with these fine options.

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Affordable Luxury

The Silver Cloud Hotel in Bellevue delivers affordable luxury to its guests. Luxurious linens, Aveda bath products, and modern decor are a few things to expect. Book a suite for an extra dose of luxury. These rooms come with a kitchen and an extended living area for you to enjoy. For dinner, dine in at the on-site Nine O Bar & Grill. Craving something different? Take the hotel’s complimentary shuttle to many of the area’s restaurants.

Convenient Elegance

Coast Bellevue Hotel is ideal for travelers looking for convenience and comfort. Look forward to sleeping on pillow-top mattresses and starting the day off with a complimentary hot breakfast. In addition, the hotel offers guests free shuttle rides around the immediate area. Take it to the Meydenbauer Center or one of the neighborhood’s many parks. Coast Bellevue is also perfectly located for more distant explorations. The property is minutes from the highway, giving guests an easy access to Seattle and other surrounding cities.

Family Friendly

Plenty of shopping, recreational parks, and restaurants surround Hilton Bellevue, making it an excellent option for traveling families. Spend the day at the Woodland Park Zoo or Seattle Aquarium, and get lunch at one of the many restaurants in town. If shopping is more your style, try The Shops at The Bavern, Bellevue’s premier shopping destination. Here you’ll find some of the world’s most iconic brands all under one roof. The area is also home to several performing arts theaters. Spend the evening catching one of the various shows playing. For families hoping to explore other areas, Seattle is only ten minutes away via the freeway. Nature lovers should consider visiting Snoqualmie Falls, one of Washington state’s most popular attraction.

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Business-Focused

If business takes you into Bellevue, consider staying at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue where efficiency meets luxury. The high-rise hotel provides guests with spacious rooms, access to a 24-hour fitness center, and heated pool. Another perk of Hyatt Regency Bellevue? The Bellevue Collection is a quick walk away via a series of sky bridges connecting the are to the hotel. After a long day at work, you’ll find nothing better than relaxing in the Asian-inspired atmosphere of your room. Serene indeed.

Nautical Luxury

This downtown Bellevue hotel is defined by its long list of amenities, thoughtful interiors, and exceptional service. Retreat to a room designed to reflect the rich history of the Pacific Northwest through coastal details. These recently renovated spaces offer custom designed mattresses, spacious bathrooms, and WiFi. Don’t forget: the hotel also has available on-site dining at Bellevue Grille. Whether you are here for business or pleasure, Sheraton Hotel Bellevue is is an all around excellent option.

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Erika is a writer and content creator exploring the globe boldly and slowly one destination at a time. Her travels and rich upbringing as an Asian-American fuel many of her stories where she endeavors to write about the human condition. Although she might presently call NE Florida home, her heart remains listless for her home in Maui. She is an advocate for "experiences over possessions," a Marquez fan, and a self-proclaimed introvert.

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