Five Incredible Places to Stay for a Getaway on Seattle’s Eastside

While there’s an abundance of fabulous lodging throughout Bellevue and beyond, these five unique finds will each bring a slightly different experience to your visit, and are some of the best places to stay on Seattle’s Eastside. Whether you prefer to rest within the tree tops, overlooking a waterfall, or atop a luxury skyrise, if you’re looking to make memories you’ll not soon forget, consider spending a night or a weekend in these incredible overnight accommodations.

The Temple tree house at TreeHouse Point in Issaquah, WA

1. TreeHouse Point (Issaquah)

A childhood dream come true, any wanderlust adult will revel in the opportunity to spend a night in the whimsical tree house accommodations at TreeHouse Point in Issaquah, Washington. Consisting of six furnished, heated tree houses, TreeHouse Point is the perfect somewhat-rustic escape from the everyday. With the Issaquah Alps and Cascade Mountains at it’s (elevated) doorstep, an abundance of outdoor adventure is perfectly poised to accompany your stay.

While their overnight packages are limited to those ages 13 and up (unless doing a full property rental for a private event), they do offer pre-scheduled tours for all ages.

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City views and patio seating at the W Bellevue in Bellevue, Washington

2. W Bellevue (Bellevue)

If your idea of elevated accommodations resonates more with a high rise than a tree top, head over to W Bellevue in Bellevue, Washington. This luxury boutique hotel located in the heart of Downtown Bellevue offers unrivaled access to high end shopping, couture cocktails, and fine dining in the intimate “little big city.” The hotel is home to 220 rooms and 25 suites that boast modern décor and stunning city and lake views.

Other amenities include a top of the line onsite fitness center, in-house dining with a Northwest flair, and easy access to Downtown Seattle.

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Lake Washington views from the Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland, WA

3. Woodmark Hotel (Kirkland)

When you’re looking for lakeside living at it’s finest, be sure to book a stay at Kirkland, Washington’s Woodmark Hotel. From impeccable waterfront views, to their luxurious Still Spa, the Woodmark makes the perfect place to relax and unwind. With 100 rooms, and a kid and pet-friendly policy, a stay at the Woodmark is something the whole family can get on board with.

During summer, guests have easy access to a variety of water sports readily available on Lake Washington. Those looking for adventure year-round should consider a scenic seaplane tour of Seattle and beyond.

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Willows Lodge in Woodinville, WA (Photo by Sammy Todd Dyess)

4. Willows Lodge (Woodinville)

If waking up in the middle of wine country sounds too good to be true, you have yet to meet Willows Lodge. This stunning lodge with a signature northwest style is located in the heart of Woodinville’s wine district, with over 100 wineries and tasting rooms in the surrounding area, many of which are within walking distance of the lodge.

Also home to a top-end spa and world-class locally-sourced dining at the Barking Frog, the 84 room Willows Lodge in Woodinville, Washington makes for a must-have getaway. Each of their guest rooms feature fireplaces and soaking tubs, the perfect way to end a day of exploring.

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The Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie, WA

5. Salish Lodge & Spa (Snoqualmie)

Located at the top of the majestic Snoqualmie Falls, the Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie, Washington is a quintessential Pacific Northwest retreat. Within the property you’ll find an 86 guest room lodge, two dining options, and a full service spa. Both dining options feature jaw-dropping views of the Falls and Snoqualmie River below, and fabulous entrees featuring locally sourced and inspired fare.

Just steps from the entry, guests will find themselves at a variety of viewpoints atop the falls, and access to a trailhead leading to a 1.4 mile round trip hike down to a lower viewing area. Travel a few miles further to find an abundance of hikes throughout North Bend and the Snoqualmie Pass region, as well as the Summit at Snoqualmie Ski Resort.

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