Experience the beauty of sunny Sequim in a convenient location at the affordable and friendly Econo Lodge Sequim. Located near to the Sequim Bay and just off of Highway 101, guests at the Econo Lodge Sequim enjoy...

Hotels in Sequim WA and Things to Do

Hotels in Sequim, Washington

Deriving its name from the original inhabitants, Sequim was home to the S’Klallam tribe, meaning “strong people.” They must have indeed been strong survivors and hunters as an excavation at the Manis Site unearthed a Mastodon bone with an embedded bone point. This hunting weapon is one of the oldest found, dating to the pre-Clovis period. In the 1850s, the first European Settlers arrived to the area, settling nearby Dungeness, Washington. The fertile lands along the rivers were used as farmland while the land farther out was dry and arid prairies.

In the 1890s, irrigation brought life to the outlying areas, and the water turned the deserts into flourishing farms. Sequim grew into a land of dairy farms that quietly and slowly thrived. Near the end of World War I, the railroad pinned Sequim on the map as a stop for the railroad line carrying wood from the Olympic Peninsula Forests. The last two decades has brought Sequim to the foreground as a large commercial producer of lavender. It’s for that reason that many hotels in Sequim, Washington, developed and continue to thrive.

Things to Do

Home to the Roosevelt elk herd and plush forests, Sequim boasts the gorgeous Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Visit its shores at the Sequim Bay State Park and enjoy the perfect spot for watching its birds. The Museum and Arts Center holds a key to Sequim’s history with the excavated Mastodon bone, displayed in a mural. The third weekend of July annually is host the exciting and vibrant Sequim Lavender Weekend. Hotels in Sequim, Washington, put you in the heart of all this fun.

 Popular Hotels in Sequim

Visitors enjoy warm welcomes at a number of pleasant hotels near Sequim, Washington. Featuring spacious suites and a complimentary breakfast, the Days Inn and Suites Sequim is just over a mile from the Museum and Arts Center. Less than three miles from the John Wayne Marina, guests at the Econo Lodge enjoy a free continental breakfast and free Internet access. Located in the heart of Downtown Sequim, the Sequim West Inn offers motel rooms, private cottages, and an RV Park.