Seattle Oasis Downtown Seattle Vacation Rentals
The best luxury Downtown Seattle vacation rentals
provide all the comforts of home, in the heart of all the action. Seattle Oasis Vacation Rentals has plenty of one bedroom, two bedroom, and three bedroom vacation rental units available in some of Seattle’s best condominium buildings. As you look through our listings, look for options that best match the experience you want while exploring the city and relaxing in your home away from home.
Vacation rental units at Belltown Court (close to the Space Needle in the Belltown nightlife district) and Newmark Tower (across the street from Pike Place Market) come with access to indoor pools. Taking a dip or swimming a few laps is the perfect way to unwind after a day of business or seeing the sights. Both complexes, plus Elektra Court (close to the Washington State Convention Center) and Waterfront Landing (near the Seattle Big Wheel) offer outdoor decks or rooftop deck access. Having the Seattle city skyline as your backdrop sure beats being cooped up in a stuffy hotel room.
So, what brings you to downtown Seattle? Whether you’re here to see the sights, visit friends and family, attend a concert or sporting event, or do business, we have the perfect Downtown Seattle rentals
Downtown Seattle is a collection of a dozen or so neighborhoods somewhat broken into three North to South columns between the Elliott Bay waterfront and State Route 99, SR 99 and Interstate 5, and between I-5 and the Eastern city border.
The Western Side of Downtown Seattle
Seattle’s Uptown District starts north of Denny Way and includes Seattle Center (home to the Space Needle, the Museum of Pop Culture, and Chihuly Art and Glass). Moving south, you’ll find the Belltown nightlife district, home to our many Belltown Court vacation rental units, plus hotspots like the Crocodile lounge and Local 360. The Waterfront District trails the coastline where the major cruise ships dock; here you’ll find our Waterfront Landings Downtown Seattle vacation rental
alongside the Seattle Big Wheel and Seattle Aquarium.
The Central Section of Downtown Seattle
The South Lake Union business and residential district runs along the northernmost edge of downtown, it is home to tech giants like Amazon and major employers like Pemco and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Moving south you’ll find Denny Triangle (home to our Fifth Avenue Court rental) before moving into the Retail Core (home to Pacific Place mall) and the West Edge neighborhood (home to Pike Place Market and our rentals in Newmark Tower). Further south, you’ll find historic Pioneer Square and the western edge of the International District (including Chinatown). The stadium district, comprised of CenturyLink Field
(home to the Seattle Seahawks) and T-Mobile Park
(home to the Seattle Mariners), is located in SoDo, immediately south of Pioneer Square and the International District.
The East Side of Downtown Seattle
When you mention “Seattle’s East Side” to a local, they’ll think you’re talking about Bellevue, Kirkland, and Redmond across Lake Washington. But the eastern side of downtown includes many popular neighborhoods, including the city’s LGBTQ cultural hub, Capitol Hill, plus the Pike Pine Corridor, First Hill (closer to I-5 and the hospital district, home to our Downtown Seattle rentals
in Elektra Tower) and the eastern side of Chinatown. The Central District wraps around Seattle University to form the eastern edge of downtown.
Contact Seattle Oasis Vacations
today to learn more, or to book your stay today.