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Traditionally the home of Seattle's Scandinavian community, the waterfront neighborhood of Ballard is today one of the city's hippest, most thrillingly diverse districts. Located northwest of ever-bustling Downtown, it's loved by locals for its scenic locks, handsome historical homes, pristine parks, and lively Sunday famers' market. It's also a haven for foodies, with everything from Danish bakeries to rowdy Tex-Mex joints to try out. Ballard hotels are in particularly high demand throughout the sunny summer months of June to August, so be sure to book early if you're planning a trip during this period. Great Ballard hotel deals are more readily available in spring and fall. There are also bargains to be found in winter, but you'll need to be prepared for potentially adverse weather conditions.

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The Hotel Ballard is an elegant boutique hotel with a stylish rooftop terrace and 2 indoor pools. Luxurious guestrooms come equipped with hot drink makers, free toiletries, and premium bedding. Guests at the Ballard Inn can unwind in style in the on-site steam room, sauna, and spa tub, and enjoy free use of a nearby state-of-the-art fitness center. If you're craving more of a home-away-from-home vibe, the Central Ballard Townhouse by RedAwning is a 4-star vacation rental with 2 spacious bedrooms, a cozy open-plan living and dining area, and a tranquil garden complete with a barbecue grill.

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Ballard is both a convenient base from which to explore Seattle, and an alluring destination in its own right. The neighborhood is blessed with quirky independent shops and buzzing live music venues, and there's an abundance of green spaces within easy reach. However, it's worth bearing in mind that hotel options in the neighborhood are relatively limited. For a broader selection, those who love being in the thick of it might want to consider Downtown. With its awe-inspiring skyline, cavernous museums, colorful markets, and bustling bars, it's an alluring spot for an action-packed city break.

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