Seattle Vacation Rentals With Multiple Baths
If you’re looking for a vacation rental with multiple baths in downtown Seattle or Fremont, we have a variety of options for you. Most of our bathrooms are modern or newly renovated to provide the utmost in luxury. Choose Seattle Oasis vacation rentals in Seattle, WA for the premier experience in the Emerald City!
When traveling to Seattle with family or a group of friends, multiple baths are a must-have amenity. It’s never fun to stand in line to use the restroom, especially when you’re visiting Seattle with children. Plus, the best way to unwind after a long day at work or play in the Emerald City is to take a nice, long, uninterrupted shower. Seattle Oasis ensures your vacation rental bathroom will be well-stocked with fluffy towels, luxurious toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap, etc.), and plenty of necessities like toilet paper and feminine hygiene products. Most units also have an electric hair dryer to provide our guests with a little extra luggage room for souvenirs and purchases. Our luxury condominium rental buildings are within walking distance to many of Seattle’s best shopping districts.
For a little extra convenience to get you and your traveling companion through bedtime and morning routines, look for a master bathroom rental with dual sinks. Two and three bedroom condominium rentals typically feature an on-suite master bath to provide couples and parents a private oasis away from other guests. Guest bathrooms are typically located close to the second (and third) bedroom. Some suites feature a third full or half bath to provide guests with extra accommodation.
Experienced travelers know that the municipal water supplies in some cities can have an odd taste or smell; we’re happy to report Seattle city water is clean and pristine. Seattle’s water supply comes from the Cascade Mountains and usually requires minimal treatment; it’s delicious to drink straight out of the tap and makes for incredibly refreshing showers and baths. On the rare occasion, sediment from plumbing work within the building or nearby may come out at first, so always run the water for a few seconds before using.
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