(Closed) Hotels in Seattle

posted 10 years ago in Seattle
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

What part of town?  If you’re downtown, there’s the Silver Cloud in Eastlake/South Lake Union…not too far by public transportation to downtown or even walking distance.  I suspect they’ll be cheaper.  If you give me more details on the event location I can try to think of some other suggestions.

Post # 5
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2009

What about Hotel Nexus in Northgate?  It’s not super fancy, but it is reasonable.  My parents have stayed there before and have had no complaints.  It’s near yummy Indian food too!

Post # 6
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Oh, how lovely…if we had decided to get married in Seattle Lake Union Cafe was definitely on the list of options!  I used to live really close to there.  Have you looked at options in the University District?  You’ll be across the bridge, but not too far (and again, directly on the 66 and 71,2,3 bus lines to downtown.  And v. close to the Lake Union Cafe (15 min walking, like 5 driving).  The College Inn is near campus and has very reasonable rates (looks like in the 50s-80s).  There’s also the University Inn and several others.  The nicer ones are obviously pricier, but you can certainly find some budget options…here’s a website I found:

http://www.gonorthwest.com/washington/seattle/hotels-university.htm

I know that there are a couple of motels a bit further south of LCU (5-10 minutes walking) on Eastlake, but I can’t recall the names.  I’m sure they will be significantly cheaper.  I would also look at the Silver Cloud Lake Union and the Silver Cloud University District (a bit further b/c it’s on the other side of campus).  Youc an of course go further north and things’ll get cheaper, but hopefully you’ll find something in the U. District. 

 

Oh, I found it, the Eastlake Inn

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2009 - Eastside Catholic Chapel and Lake Union Cafe

Thanks girls (I was cattys).  We decided to just a few places since most people said they’d stay with friends while they were in town.

Post # 8
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Also, I would like to suggest Talaris Conference Center near the U-Village.  I never went there, but when I was looking for rehearsal dinner options, I stumbled upon this place and saw that they also have guestrooms.  I think I saw that they were $150/night but not sure what it’ll be in the summer. 

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