- Puget Sound North, Bainbridge Island
- Puget Sound North, Bellevue
- Puget Sound North, Bothell
- Puget Sound North, Bremerton
- Puget Sound North, Camano Island
- Puget Sound North, Carnation
- Puget Sound North, Covington
- Puget Sound North, Edmonds
- Puget Sound North, Enumclaw
- Puget Sound North, Federal Way
- Puget Sound North, Granite Falls
- Puget Sound North, Hansville
- Puget Sound North, Hood Canal, Puget Sound
- - Belfair
- Puget Sound North, Index
- Puget Sound North, Issaquah
- Puget Sound North, Kent
- Puget Sound North, Kingston
- Puget Sound North, Kirkland
- Puget Sound North, Lake Roesiger
- Puget Sound North, Lake Stevens
- Puget Sound North, Lynnwood
- Puget Sound North, Marysville
- Puget Sound North, Mercer Island
- Puget Sound North, Mill Creek
- Puget Sound North, Mukilteo
- Puget Sound North, North Bend
- Puget Sound North, Olalla
- Puget Sound North, Port Orchard
- Puget Sound North, Poulsbo
- Puget Sound North, Redmond
- Puget Sound North, Richmond Beach
- Puget Sound North, Sammamish
- Puget Sound North, Skykomish
- Puget Sound North, Snohomish
- Puget Sound North, South Seattle
- Puget Sound North, Vashon Island
- Puget Sound North, Whidbey Island
- - Coupeville
- - Useless Bay
- Puget Sound North, Woodinville
- Puget Sound South, Allyn
- Puget Sound South, Anderson Island
- Puget Sound South, Browns Point
- Puget Sound South, Gig Harbor
- Puget Sound South, Lake McDonald
- Puget Sound South, Lakebay
- Puget Sound South, Olympia
- Puget Sound South, Puyallup
- Puget Sound South, Shelton
- Puget Sound South, Tacoma
- Puget Sound South, University Place
- - Stehekin
- Lake Cle Elum
- Lake Entiat, Entiat
- Lake Entiat, Orondo
- Lake Wenatchee
Recent Washington State reviews
"The condo is located perfectly - close to Pike Place, downtown, and all the amenities you would need. It is beautifully appointed and very comfortable. Certainly a home away from home. The owners are helpful, organized, and responsive. The condo would get a 5-star rating from me but for the noise level. The condo is at the back of the building with a window across from the recycling bins, so one day there was morning noise when the bins were emptied. Also, there is not much noise dampening between the condos so you could hear everything the neighbors were doing when exiting and entering their units. If you're a light sleeper, bring earplugs. That all said, I would stay there again in a heartbeat but I would remember to bring earplugs."Guest: crash Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 6, 2014View listing
"Yes - it is located on a thoroughfare. No - it does not have much traffic so don't sweat that part. The bed is comfortable. The leather chair in the living room is unbelievably comfortable. The tub and sauna were great. The whole place was clean and inviting. It's not exactly post card perfect BUT it is functionally exceptional. We will be back for sure. Thank You for a wonderful weekend away!"Guest: Kirk Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 7, 2014View listing
"We spent three nights at the 'Nest'. Very pleasant cottage in a great location. The bed is really comfy too. Visited the Bloedel Reserve which is great. Winslow is a quaint little town and so easy to hop on the ferry from there as a foot passenger and spend some time in downtown Seattle. The Japanese Memorial is another good place to see. Would definitely stay at the 'Nest' again if we decide to go to Bainbridge Island in the future."Guest: Victorian Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014View listing
"Rating Details: The vacation rental was spotless. I was very happy with the location. I was very satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: Our family had a very comfortable stay at Metropolitan Tower #2711. In the future, I will look for a vacation rental from Sea to Sky.<br/><br/>Property was very clean and well maintained."Guest: Pamela S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014View listing
Washington State Travel Tips
Washington is a celebration of the past and the present, bringing together the state’s history and background and its current innovations and culture to create a unique and exciting part of the United States.
Through each of the seasons, Washington is a delightful place to visit, with abundant outdoor activities, many coffeehouses, delicious food and wine and other cultural experiences. Washington is also known for its music scene, software companies, beaches and shops, so there’s certainly something to make everyone happy here during a visit.
Things to Do in Washington
Space Needle: A landmark of Seattle, the Space Needle is the perfect place to take in stunning panoramic views from the observation tower. It was originally built for the 1962 World’s Fair and stands at 605 feet high. Marvel at the stunning Seattle skyline views while enjoying a meal in the rotating SkyCity restaurant.
Pike Place Market: Also in Seattle is the famous Pike Place Market, a public market overlooking Elliott Bay. It’s one of the oldest continuously operated farmers markets in the United States and is a place for farmers, merchants and craftspeople to sell their goods.Make sure to check out the original Starbucks, and don't miss the famous fishmongers. These hearty gentlemen are known to lob giant tuna from one end of the stall to the other, which always thrills travelers.
Museum of Flight: Space lovers will enjoy a trip to the Museum of Flight. This space museum was established in 1965 and is the largest private air and space museum in the world. It also hosts children's education programs, so don't hesitate to bring the kids along. Learn all about the history of flight and space, crafts used during WWI and II, and explore the variety of exhibits.
Seattle Great Wheel: Built in less than a year, the Seattle Great Wheel is a giant Ferris wheel on Elliott Bay. Since its opening in 2012, the wheel has been a great attraction for visitors to Washington and is the tallest Ferris wheel on the west coast. Ride in one of the 42 enclosed gondolas and watch stellar views of Seattle pass by.
Museum of Glass: While in Tacoma, a trip to the Museum of Glass is a must. The museum is a beautiful space dedicated to celebrating the studio glass movement through supporting artists, providing education and encouraging creativity. Visitors can explore the permanent and temporary exhibits, witness live glassmaking and visit the educational studio for a total art experience.
EMP Museum: Formerly known as the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum, the EMP Museum is a leading-edge organization dedicated to the ideas and risks that foster contemporary popular culture. Those who have a love of music, science fiction and all things modern are sure to want to make this a must-see. Serving multigenerational audiences through exhibits, collections, interactive technology and educational programs, EMP Museum strives to educate and enrich everyone who visits.
Bellevue Square: For a day full of shopping at some of Washington’s best stores, you’ll definitely want to stop at Bellevue Square. With more than 180 different shops, there’s certainly bound to be something for everyone. For a post-shopping meal splurge, Bellevue Square also features a variety of restaurants to suit any craving.
Outdoor Attractions in Washington State
Peace Arch: History buffs will enjoy a visit to the Peace Arch, a monument situated on the United States-Canada border. Standing at 67 feet tall, the Peace Arch commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Ghent that ended the war of 1812.
Puget Sound: The Puget Sound is a body of water east of the Admiralty Inlet, and ocean water travels through the sound from the Pacific Coast.The sound is home to a diverse ecosystem and is an ideal place for those looking to cast a line, explore the area on a hike or simply watch the ripples in the water to melt away stress.
Snoqualmie Falls: One of Washington state’s most popular scenic attractions, Snoqualmie Falls is well-known for appearing on the television show "Twin Peaks." Head to the Snoqualmie Falls observation deck to fully experience the wonder of the site and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Olympic National Park: Spend some time outdoors exploring Olympic National Park. With the Pacific coastline, rainforest, Alpine areas and forests, there’s plenty to explore through this diverse setting. Take in the stunning mountain views along with meadows full of wildflowers and calming ocean waves. It’s the perfect place to spend a day with Mother Nature!
Mount Rainier National Park: Be sure to lace up your hiking boots and head to Mount Rainier National Park. Here you can see a stratovolcano as well as mountain peaks, waterfalls, wildflower meadows, forests and glaciers. Mount Rainier offers a diverse scenery that is certain to keep you engaged and intrigued as you wander through the park.