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Micro Studio rental with great view at top floor
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please do not expect much for only $60 a night. The price is the price for a reason , if you want more amenities take yourself to Hilton or some where fancy . This is a Great place for a single person or 2 . The view at night is wonderful , you can see all of Tacoma and it’s peaceful. There is laundry on site on the 7th and 3rd floor. Parking on the side of the building/ off the street, there is also pay to park garages or spots by the building. I have Chromecast and WiFI for TV.
$60 per night
Private room in Tacoma
Cozy, Comfortable Room with Garden View
With easy access to I-5 and only 10 minutes from downtown Tacoma, my home is the ideal jumping off point for exploring Mt. Rainier, the Olympic Peninsula, Hood Canal, Seattle and many other scenic locations. The house is nestled in the middle of a fully landscaped 1/2-acre garden, so the bedrooms offer a peaceful night's rest. The living room is open and available to the guests for lounging and relaxing and each bedroom has a 43" TV, a desk, mini fridge and microwave for the use of the guests.
$32 per night
Condo in Tacoma
Steps to McMenamins-Quiet, historic elegance + PRK
Corporate Condo Collection is offering this gorgeous home on discounted direct, long term options > Call for details! 1-844-SEA-STAY Sophisticated elegance at the heart of Downtown Tacoma. Seamless integration of original pieces with contemporary elements. You will not want to leave this quiet corner condo. -Airy, open spaces with tall ceilings -Dedicated parking -Central heating and air conditioning -Slab granite countertops and tile backsplash -Electric fireplace -Washer / Dryer
$68 per night

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Stay near Tacoma's top sights

Photo of Foss Waterway Seaport
Foss Waterway Seaport15 locals recommend
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Washington State History Museum87 locals recommend
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Tacoma Dome87 locals recommend
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Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium3 locals recommend
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W.W. Seymour Botanical Conservatory18 locals recommend
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Children's Museum of Tacoma54 locals recommend

Tacoma apartment rentals

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ᗌᗌᗌ Fresh & new 1br. Jukebox, king bed, A/C
$69 per night
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The Rainier - King Bed Suite in Walkable N. Tacoma
$83 per night
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Private in Proctor
$77 per night
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Perfect One Bedroom Near I5 and Joint Base (2)
$62 per night
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Small Private Studio # 6 in the Courtney building
$53 per night
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Rental unit in North End
The 7th and Alder Centrally Located Stylish Studio
$79 per night
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Adorable 1 Bedroom Close to 6th Ave
$83 per night
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Rental unit in Lakewood
King bed 1bdrm A/C carport JBLM American lake Lkwd
$97 per night
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Rental unit in North End
Sunken Garden Studio in North End Dutch Colonial
$88 per night
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Rental unit in South Tacoma
King bed 2 bdrm A/C carport W/D #D
$120 per night
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Remodeled Studio in Heart of DT Tacoma - 3
$82 per night
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SEASCAPE - Private Apartment, Full Kitchen/Laundry
$92 per night
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Tacoma tiny house rentals

Tiny home in Tacoma
★Central Tacoma Rainy Retreat★ Tiny House ★ Space
$75 per night
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Tiny home in Tacoma
Aloha Tiny House, Dash Point Tacoma
$78 per night
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Tiny home in North End
North End Cottages - The Carriage House
$92 per night
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Tiny home in Tacoma
Living Tiny in Tacoma with Low Cleaning Fee
$89 per night
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Luxurious Tiny Garden Home
$98 per night
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Tiny home in North End
Modern Tiny Home in Tacoma’s Proctor District
$150 per night
Tiny home in Tukwila
► Modern Tiny House ◄ Big Personality, AC & Views!
$86 per night
Tiny home in Allyn-Grapeview
Tiny House * Drive-On Island * Gorgeous Water View
$73 per night
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Tiny home in Puyallup
Bo’s Tiny House w/Hot Tub - Unique Country Retreat
$85 per night
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Tiny home in Lakewood
Quiet Lakefront Tiny Home
$109 per night
Tiny home in Olympia
Tiny House w/Private Beach + Kayaks
$88 per night
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Tiny home in Puyallup
Tiny Home On Peaceful Valley Farm
$99 per night
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Weekly rentals in Tacoma

Tiny home in Sumner
Happy Tiny House Overlooking Alpaca Pasture
$136 per night
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Tiny home in Des Moines
Seattle Tiny House near Airport & Light-rail
$106 per night
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Tiny home in Fife
Creekside Tiny Retreat with rural charm
$90 per night
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Tiny home in Olalla
Tarnside Chalet on hillside family farm
$89 per night
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Tiny home in Lakebay
Forested tiny home- You won't want to leave!
$151 per night
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Tiny home in Gig Harbor
The Tiny House Farmstay at The Chittle Homestead
$99 per night
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Tiny home in Yelm
Highland Hideaway at the RMR Farmstead
$89 per night
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Tiny home in Lakebay
Escape to Big Tiny House by the Sea
$107 per night
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Tiny home in Buckley
Breakfast at Tiffany’s Tiny Home On The Farm
$105 per night
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Tiny home in Vashon
Soaking Tub/Beach Access/Pets:Forest Cabin
$99 per night
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Tiny home in Federal Way
Cozy suite(#4) next to Steel Lake Park
$55 per night
Tiny home in Vashon
Light-filled cottage in garden oasis. ❤️ of island
$96 per night
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Your guide to Tacoma

All About Tacoma

Tacoma is a vibrant city 30 miles south of Seattle on the banks of Puget Sound in Washington. Within a one-hour driving distance from Mount Rainier National Park and home to museums, historic neighborhoods, and a two-mile-long scenic waterfront, Tacoma draws travelers with its natural beauty and unique city attractions. You don't even have to leave the city to enjoy a great hike. The Point Defiance Trail System in Tacoma offers 15 miles of trails of different lengths and difficulty levels. One of the more popular routes is the 4.6-mile Square Trail, which traces the outer loop of Point Defiance Park. When you’ve worked up an appetite, grab market-fresh seafood by the water or sample beer from one of the local breweries in town.

Tacoma houses numerous museums and galleries dedicated to Pacific Northwest artists, like the Tacoma Museum of Art, and mediums they’ve helped elevate, like the Museum of Glass. In the downtown museum district you’ll also find the Washington State History Museum, a Children's Museum, and a Car Museum.

Vintage collectors may want to explore Tacoma’s Antique Row, a downtown district known for its antique and vintage homewares, sports memorabilia, clothing, and other treasures from decades gone by.


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

Tacoma has warm yet short summers, while winters are cold, cloudy, and wet, with a chance of snow in December and January. Spring and fall tend to be rainy with more overcast days occurring in the fall season. However, fall is a popular time for hiking among the changing fall foliage. Spring is the best time to see the rhododendrons in bloom. Stroll Point Defiance Park to see the riot of color at the Rhododendron Garden — peak season usually runs mid-April to mid-May. If you miss the rhododendrons, maybe you'll visit in July or early August in time to see (and smell) the Rose Tunnel at Point Defiance Park in full bloom. The state’s largest Fourth of July event occurs every year in Tacoma with fireworks, live music, and an air show.


What are the top things to do in Tacoma?

Museum of Glass

The 75,000-square-foot Museum of Glass, housed in the birthplace of a renowned glass artist, is dedicated to the medium as an artform. You can explore its collections of production glass, studio glass, and contemporary glass, and also witness glass-blowing demonstrations.

Point Defiance Park

Point Defiance Park sits at the north end of the city with 760 acres of trails, gardens, and views of the Salish Sea. The Japanese Garden is a highlight here, with its pagoda, footbridge, and cherry blossoms. Consider a visit to Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, located in the park. Staff and volunteers at this restored Hudson Bay Company outpost wear period costumes and demonstrate what 19th-century life was like in the area.

Ruston Way Waterfront

The Ruston Way Waterfront coastal walkway runs from downtown to Point Defiance Park, offering up scenic views of South Puget Sound. There's no better spot to admire the city skyline against the backdrop of Mount Rainier in the distance, or the views of the South Puget Sound. Watch for seals basking or playing in the water nearby.

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