In Seattle for fun? The Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Nordstrom flagship store & more are steps away. Working? Walk to the Convention Center, AMZN and MSFT offices. Then come home to this charming flat, in a neighborhood filled with great dining.
We call this lovely flat Swallow's Rest. It’s designed to be the perfect place to catch your breath after a day soaring about the city – whether you’ve been site-seeing or flying between back-to-back meetings.
(If Swallow's Rest is unavailable, check out the Jewel Box downstairs! There's a link in our profile.)
Built in 1922 and converted to condos in 2007, Swallow's Rest is filled with charm and everything you'll need for a fabulous urban experience. The windows open out over an interior courtyard, letting in lots of light and shielding you from the noise of the city. Step outside and you’re a quick walk from Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, AMZN & MSFT offices, great dining, music & more
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We've made coordinating check-in a breeze with a conveniently located lock box that allows you to pick up the keys on your schedule. We'll send you instructions and the lock box code 72 hours before your arrival.
To help you plan your visit, we'll email the New York Times 36 Hours in Seattle (customized with our hometown insight) along with your booking confirmation. Once you arrive, our robust guestbook is filled with suggestions on how to enjoy Seattle (including thoughts on getting around, where to eat and how to find a drop in yoga class), so you’ll have the local perspective at your finger tips during your stay.
Thank you in advance for respecting our house rules, they are very important to us. Please keep a reasonable volume so as to not disturb our neighbors, and do not invite other guests or have parties. We would appreciate it if you wash any dishes you use during your stay. Please leave the house in the same condition you found it as when you first arrived.
Former expat who loves to travel. Airbnb superhost in Seattle. High tech marketing exec. Auntie who adores her nephews. Fashionista. Rye old fashion connoisseur. Pacific Northwest Ballet patron. Gardener, recipe-tester, hiker, lover of words.