Amazing Airbnb rentals around Seattle, WA

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Whether you’re looking to visit Seattle in style for the weekend or are a local in need of an unforgettable staycation, we’ve compiled a list featuring 8 of the most extraordinary rentals in the Seattle area that are worthy of a trip for you, your partner, your family, or the whole squad this year.

Just a heads up: Prices may vary depending on dates selected and extra taxes + booking, and cleaning fees may be tacked on at the end. (Sorry, Airbnb makes the rules, and we just follow them.)

Classic Tug Boat

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$101 a night
1 bedroom | 1 bathroom
1 bed | sleeps 4
1988 Nordic Tugboat with all the amenities of an apartment

Pikes Place Penthouse

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$675 a night
1 bedroom | 2 bathroom
2 beds | sleeps 4
Stay above Pikes Place and have views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains, and downtown Seattle from your penthouse rental

Sleepless in Seattle

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$960 a night
3 bedrooms | 1.5 bathrooms
3 beds | sleeps 5
A famous Seattle-based houseboat featured on Discovery Channel’s Ultimate Homes

Unique Yurt Glamping in an Urban Oasis

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$99 a night
1 bedroom | 1 bathroom
1 bed | sleeps 4
An insulated, gas-log stove heated yurt nestled in a private fenced cottage garden

Seattle Tiny House, Beacon Hill

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$100 a night
1 bedroom | 1 bath
1 bed | sleeps 2
Sleeping loft, full kitchen, bathroom, and living area + located 3 blocks from the Beacon Hill Light Rail

Urban Cottage-Pet Friendly With Hot Tub Option

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$86 a night
1 bedroom | 1 bathroom
1 bed | sleeps 2
A comfortable space for creatives looking for a quiet, artistic space yet want access to a bustling urban environment

Greenlake Cabin

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$127 a night
1 bedroom | 1 bathroom
1 bed | sleeps 2
A Nordic-inspired cabin furnished with modern classics, private garden patio + located near the University of Washington

The Squirrel’s Nest

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Redmond, WA
$199 a night
1 bedroom | ½  bathroom
3 beds | sleeps 4
Treehouse nestled between two fir trees 15 feet above ground and is insulated, heated, and wired for electricity