Hostels - No problem, if you are sticking
to a budget you may wish to look into some of the
hostels the area has to offer. Paying less for accommodations
will leave you with more money to spend on the city’s
attractions. With all the sight seeing there is to
do you want to do plenty of it.
Some but not all of these Hostels in Seattle
offer free linens and breakfasts. HI-Vashon Island
AYH Ranch Hostel has nine Indian Sioux teepees for
use for families. It can be a fun experience, but
keep in mind that you will have to share facilities.
With that in mind the way to see if this is your type
of place to stay at is by looking at each of the respective
hostel’s website. There you will get an idea
of the type of room you will stay in and you can even
read some reviews that other customers who have stayed
there have written. These sites will also tell you
what Seattle Hostel is close to and
which if any forms of transportation are available.
Your travel agent will also have information to give
you on these hostels.
If this is something you would like to learn more
about please check the links below to see the different
Hostels in Seattle. We found four
hostels in the Seattle area and one has the use of
Green Tortoise Hostel
1525 Second AV
At the Green Tortoise Hostel kids stay free.
84 Union Street, WA 98101
H. I. Seattle has been said to be the best hostel
in the world.
Bigfoot Backpacker's Hostel
126 Broadway East
206 720 2965
Bigfoot Backpackers another choice of hostel in the
HI-Vashon Island AYH Ranch Hostel
12119 SW Cove Rd.
HI-Vashon Island AYH Ranch Hostel has nine Indian
Sioux teepees for use for families