The Holiday Inn Seattle – Renton may have changed ownership and become the Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center – Seattle/Renton, but the new management kept many of Holiday Inn’s best features,...

Holiday Inn Hotels in Seattle - Travel Guide

Popular Holiday Inn Hotels in Seattle

Experiencing such an incredible surroundings, guests realize the need for an incredible accommodation to complete their Seattle visit. Experience the best of Seattle at a comfortable, affordable, and convenient Holiday Inn hotels in Seattle. Holiday Inn is renowned for putting guests first, and they also never fail to put hotels in stunning locations.

Located close to famous attractions and popular corporations, Holiday Inn Hotels and Suites boast on-site restaurants where guests can enjoy a delicious meal or cocktail. Amenities such as complimentary Internet access, free local calls, and business centers make guests feel at home and well cared for. The Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites Seattle Kent offers a complimentary shuttle to and from the Seattle-Tacoma Airport, a gym, and outdoor pool. The Holiday Inn Downtown-Everett is conveniently located off of Interstate 5 and within walking distance of the Comcast Arena. Guests can also enjoy a gorgeous sunset at the Port of Everett Marina, just 6 miles away.


Downtown Seattle is the epicenter of shopping. Its heart is Seneca and 4th Avenue and spreads out for several blocks around. Large name shops occupy the space, such as Urban Outfitters, Gap, and Nordstrom. The Westlake Center Plaza and Pacific Place are located downtown as well and are large malls with lots of options for shopping and eating. The International District boasts several blocks of prime shopping, tracing from Asia, as well as lots of great spots to grab a bite.

Swing into Pioneer Square for a coffee or beverage at the original Starbucks but stay to do some great shopping. The Fremont Shopping District is the spot to shop when looking for great designer names and incredible deals without the bustle of Downtown Seattle shopping. The Queen Anne neighborhood features a trendy atmosphere with unique shops and dining, such as the Rhinestone Rosie jewelry store. While there, take in the amazing view of the Seattle skyline before heading back to Holiday Inn hotels in Seattle.

Things to Do

Once you are stylishly outfitted for your Seattle adventure, you are ready to immerse yourself in the culture, sights, and sounds of Seattle. Pick up some local flavors and fun at the Pike Place Market, where you can purchase local produce, fish, and enjoy great dining. Head up more than 500 feet to reach the top of the Space Needle and be amazed at the beauty surrounding you. Stay and enjoy a meal in the best seat in the house at the rotating SkyCity Restaurant.

Visit with the fishes at the Seattle Aquarium on the waterfront. Meet wild animals at the Woodland Park Zoo. Expand your appreciation of the arts at the Seattle Art Museum. Sift through what was once above but is now below on the Underground Tour, a pre-Great Fire exhibit. If you dare, take an exhilarating ride on one of the largest Ferris wheels in the nation, the Seattle Great Wheel. Have a picnic in the scenic Glass Works Park, overlooking Seattle. Cheer on the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field. Watch the Seattle Seahawks take the win at the CenturyLink Field. If basketball is your game, head to the Key Arena for a game played by Seattle Storm.  At the end of a busy day, know you have a comfortable room awaiting you at Holiday Inn hotels in Seattle.