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Make Belltown your next getaway—choose from 13 great vacation rentals

Seattle is known for its fresh, eclectic selection of neighborhoods, from South Lake Union to Queen Anne. With all of these fantastic locations available, choosing the perfect Seattle vacation rental can be a tough choice. That’s where we come in! If you find yourself in a conundrum, take a look at our Belltown vacation rentals, one of our most centrally-located options in downtown Seattle. These new Washington vacation rentals come in a variety of options for all kinds of traveling styles, so whether you’re visiting for business or for pleasure, we have something for you.

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Belltown vacation rentals for every getaway

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Belltown Court Loft Penthouse 3D Tour
1 Bed | 1.5 Bath | Sleeps 4

Belltown Court Loft Penthouse - Seattle, WA

From $84
Belltown Court Bliss 3D Tour
0 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Belltown Court Bliss - Seattle, WA

From $93
Belltown Court City Living Condo 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Belltown Court City Living Condo - Seattle, WA

From $148
Belltown Court Home Port Deluxe Suite 3D Tour
2 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Belltown Court Home Port Deluxe Suite - Seattle, WA

From $140
Belltown Court Water View Penthouse 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 7

Belltown Court Water View Penthouse - Seattle, WA

From $226

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Recent Belltown vacation rental reviews

We were in Seattle for a concert at Climate Pledge Arena. This apartment was perfect! The location was a short walk to the arena, metro, Pike's Place, and many restaurants and shops. Check-in was easy. Doug met us there and was very helpful and friendly. The apartment has all the amenities you will need as well as many thoughtful extras to make your stay comfortable. We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay here again.
Angela P. | Oct 2021
Everything about this home was wonderful. Very clean, comfortable beds, well stocked kitchen, location and views. Will definitely stay here again!
Tracy P. | Oct 2021
The location was amazing! It was so close to everything. We did not bring a car, but we were still able to walk or take public transportation everywhere we wanted to go. There were a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and bars within blocks of the apartment as well. The drug store across the street had a lot of groceries available. Pretty much everything you need within a few blocks! The beds were quite comfortable and the kitchen was well stocked. We appreciated having more than one roll of toilet paper and paper towels for the week. We did not use the pool or gym, but they looked well kept. For the most part, the apartment was clean and tidy. We did find a few dirty dishes in the cabinet, hair on the floor, trash under chairs, etc. A few other minor things like the upstairs bathroom sink was clogged and did not drain well and the hose from the window to the portable A/C in the upstairs bedroom was detached and had to be wedged up against the wall to work decently. All in all - nothing too terrible. The most frustrating part was having to pay Doug an extra $20 to check-in the other couple that was staying with us. We were not aware we all had to arrive at the same time or pay Doug a personal fee of $20 for him to pocket. I will be contacting Vacasa about this issue. Overall, I would highly recommend this apartment for the location alone!
Jennifer Z. | Oct 2021

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History of Belltown

Located in one of the most densely-populated areas of Seattle, our Belltown vacation rentals are right on the city’s historic waterfront. Though much of Seattle has a hilly terrain, this area was artificially flattened years ago for the emerging industrial area. Since then, Belltown has received many accolades from local and national media, chief among them being news outlet CNNMoney, which selected Belltown as the top place to retire in Seattle. A walkable, accessible neighborhood, it’s easy to see why everyone loves it!

Belltown Condo Rentals

It’s all about location, location, location at our ArtHouse condo rentals, right smack dab in the middle of Seattle’s up-and-coming Belltown. Elegance awaits in these luxurious condos, equipped with spacious master bedrooms, gourmet quartz-countertop kitchens, free WiFi, and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the sparkling waters of Elliott Bay where you can watch ferry boats and cruise liners come in and out of the harbor. Travelers are welcomed to bring their pets along; ArtHouse is equipped with a pet patio and dog wash station to pamper your pooch!

Businesses and Universities in Belltown

An artistic district with an industrial past, Belltown is home to Antioch University, the Art Institute of Seattle, the Seattle School of Theology & Psychology, and Argosy University, so if you’re touring schools or visiting friends and family, we have a place for you to stay! Belltown is also adjacent to the Denny Triangle neighborhood downtown, which is home to Cornish College and Amazon’s downtown headquarters.

Arts and Attractions in Belltown

Belltown is home to many trendy bars and eateries, both new and old. For a taste of the Seattle grunge music scene of the '90s, The Crocodile is one of the oldest (and best) music venues in town. After it opened in 1991, The Crocodile (then called “The Crocodile Cafe”) hosted many bands over the years, including Nirvana, Pearl Jam, R.E.M., and Death Cab for Cutie. Despite a brief closure in 2007, it was fully renovated, reopened in 2009, and is now completely back in production, hosting fantastic bands and serving drinks to the happy people of Seattle!

Directly to the north, visitors can walk about 15 minutes to the Seattle Center to see the Space Needle or explore the EMP. If you want to stay downtown, walk just a few blocks south to take pictures in front of the Pike Place Market sign. Catch a fish in the market while you’re at it (market fish vendors literally throw them out in the crowd) or stop by a variety of eclectic shops on the lower level, from magic shops to movie collectibles!

On a sunny day, take a walk to The Olympic Sculpture Park at the southern end of Myrtle Edwards Park downtown. With a selection of both permanent and visiting sculptures, the park is lovely, and exemplifies the best of what this art district has to offer.

Whether you decide to stay in this downtown sector of the city, or you want to do some exploring and check out our Union SLU condo rentals in South Lake Union, these Belltown vacation rentals are definitely worth a look! Take advantage of the chance to stay right by the water in one of the trendiest neighborhoods in Seattle for a low, affordable price: Belltown is calling your name. Photo Credit: duluoz cats via Flickr