Washington Hotels

Washington is a state full of natural wonders, exciting cities and fascinating attractions. From exploring Seattle, one of the country's most energetic cities, to watching a bald eagle soar above the mountain tops, there are plenty of reasons to visit Washington. Whether you are traveling solo or are hoping to expose the family to new experiences, Washington is the place to go.

Many visitors head to the San Juan Islands, located north of the Puget Sound. This quiet retreat allows its visitors to enjoy the tranquility of nature while watching bald eagles soaring overhead and the graceful orca whales swimming in the ocean below. Another exceptional site is Mount Rainier National Park, where visitors are welcome to hike up the mountain's summit and enjoy the wildlife that grows in its meadows. The mountain itself is actually an active volcano that (fortunately for hikers!) remains buried under 35 square miles of snow and ice.

Seattle is no longer the best kept urban secret in America; rather, its cultural riches and natural beauty have vaulted it to the top of the list of America's most beloved cities. Upon arrival, head to the Space Needle. Built in 1962 for the World's Fair, the 605 foot structure allows fantastic views of the city. Take a peek at your surroundings and find some of the attractions that are on your itinerary. Some of the best Seattle attractions include the Seattle Art Museum, the Seattle Aquarium, and the Woodland Park Zoo.

At Hotels-Rates.com, we'll help you plan your next Washington vacation by giving you plenty of detailed hotel descriptions. Designed to make your hotel reservation process easier in every way, our database offers information on hotel amenities, reservation information, area restaurants, nearby attractions, and much more. With so much information in one place, you won't have to scour the Internet looking for the perfect hotel.

Choose a Washington City

Better Business Bureau
A+ Rating
Hotel Reservations
since 1999