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Guesthouse in Bellevue
Quiet guesthouse with adorable bunnies
This modern stylish guest house is located in the quiet neighborhood of center Bellevue and includes all the necessities for a short vacation: beautiful garden view on the bed side, great privacy with no shared walls with main building, full kitchen for home cooking, cute pet bunnies in the garden, etc. Convenient location: walking distance to grocery store and restaurants, or <4 miles to beach parks, botanical garden, farm parks. Bus access to Microsoft campus, Washinton U, or downtown Seattle.
$105 per night
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Condo in Redmond
Walkable condo in heart of vibrant D/n Redmond
Wake up in the heart of vibrant downtown Redmond walking distance to the best local coffee shops, bars, restaurants Redmond has to offer. Opting out of the coffee shop enjoy the fully stocked coffee bar to pour over catching up on work and another to go to enjoy the countless walking trails just steps away. Conveniently placed minutes from Woodinville's wine district, minutes from Bellevue corporate offices, minutes from Microsoft.
$86 per night
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Guest suite in Bellevue
Quiet Bellevue Home in a Convenient Location
Quiet, private neighborhood. Easy access to highways to get around the area or directly to Seattle; minutes walk to a bus stop to get around without a car. You'll have shared access to the large outdoor yard (a rarity in the area!) and a fully functional kitchen.
$71 per night
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Stay near Bellevue's top sights

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Bellevue Botanical Garden68 locals recommend
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Downtown Park73 locals recommend
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Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park30 locals recommend
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Bellevue Arts Museum77 locals recommend
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Doris Cooper Houghton Beach Park25 locals recommend
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Bridle Trails State Park24 locals recommend

Bellevue apartment rentals

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Convenient Downtown Bellevue
$215 per night
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Private room in Bellevue
Zone4 Bellevue
$52 per night
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FREE Parking+1min-Downtown Bellevue+KING+W/D+Quiet
$116 per night
Rental unit in Kirkland
DOWNTOWN KIRKLAND - LUXURY PENTHOUSE!
$140 per night
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Quality Luxury Killer View & Double Studio
$95 per night
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Private Apartment in Brand New Home
$72 per night
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Rental unit in Georgetown
Radiant, Low-Key Apartment in Georgetown
$69 per night
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Private room in Beacon Hill
Private room on North Beacon Hill
$55 per night
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Rental unit in Redmond
Private Suite Near Microsoft
$77 per night
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Rental unit in Seattle
Quiet "Cottage" Apartment near Seattle and Renton
$50 per night
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Rental unit in Central District
Mother-in-Law Apartment in Charming Madrona
$69 per night
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Rental unit in Columbia City
Amazing Studio in Columbia City-Near Light Rail
$54 per night

Your guide to Bellevue

All About Bellevue

Stretching along the east side of Lake Washington, across the water from Seattle, the bustling city of Bellevue combines cityscapes with the Pacific Northwest’s abundant greenery. Downtown Bellevue brims with shopping and dining options, especially along Main Street and Bellevue Way East, where you’ll find cafes and some of the city’s swankiest restaurants. Farther outside the city center, the city’s culinary diversity is evident at some of the Puget Sound region’s best Chinese, Taiwanese, and Russian restaurants. Furthermore, Bellevue’s proximity to Seattle makes it a great starting point for exploring Washington’s biggest city.

Spend an afternoon wandering along Downtown Park’s tree-lined promenade, passing a waterfall, with Bellevue’s gleaming skyline and Mount Rainier in the backdrop. If you’d like to explore Bellevue’s thriving arts and culture scene, search out an art map that plots the location of more than 120 works of indoor and outdoor public art in the city center.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bellevue?

Puget Sound residents tend to spend the months between July and September outdoors, and summer provides the perfect opportunity to enjoy Bellevue’s biking and hiking trails, parks, and flourishing botanical garden. Autumn in Bellevue is when the forest bursts into color. The weather is crisp and cool, making it an ideal time for leaf peeping along the Lake to Lake Greenway Trail, although the rains start in October and increase in intensity as winter approaches — you’ll need to pack waterproof jackets and leather shoes. Although winter in Bellevue is cold, overcast, and rainy, the Bellevue Botanical Garden puts on Garden d’Lights during the holiday season, a display of more than half a million twinkling lights in shapes such as plants, birds, and waterfalls.


What are the top things to do in Bellevue?

Bellevue Botanical Garden

The 53-acre Bellevue Botanical Garden showcases the diversity of Pacific Northwest landscapes, and you can spend hours wandering among its native plants, elegantly orchestrated Japanese gardens, lush natural wetlands, and woodland trails. Entrance is free, and admirers of fuchsias and dahlias will find specific areas devoted to these species.

Bellevue Arts Museum

The Bellevue Arts Museum provides an immersive experience for visitors through a rotating variety of exhibits and programs. On its three floors you’ll find selections of contemporary art, crafts, and design from regional as well as internationally known artists. Stop at the museum’s gift shop to peruse souvenirs made by local artists.

Mercer Slough Nature Park

Hidden amid the bustling city is this tiny corner of wilderness. The park sits on 320 acres of freshwater wetlands, and you can bike or hike along its paths, pick blackberries from its pristine brambles, and canoe along the slough, particularly in summer.

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