Washington Hotel Guides
state is located in the upper Northwest portion of the United States
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Both the landscape and culture are diverse and unique. Washington state is well-known for the vast,
thick woods located along the Pacific coast and on into the central portion of
the state. The southern portion is mainly desert, where state boundaries
collide with its two border states, Oregon and Idaho.
The state culture itself ranges from
pre-colonial Indian heritage, to twentieth-century environmentalists, to early
1980's grunge musicians. It's a culture as diverse as the sea it borders, and
that culture feeds a tremendous amount of tourism activities, both indoor and
out, as well as breathtaking, jaw-dropping sights. Washington is a great state for a road trip,
with plenty of National Parks, Wildernesses and Mountains to fill an entire
year! Within the reach of each sight lie Bed and Breakfasts, Four Diamond Hotels,
RV parks, and rustic motel lodging.
largest city, with a large metropolitan and surrounding area. The city is
famous for its coffee and fantastic arts and theater arts scene. While staying
inside the city, there are many choices of simple hostels with clean sheets and
top rated hotels with 360 degree views of the city. Nearby
are smaller towns with historical interest as well as great shopping, art and tourist
attractions. Both offer great lodging with the name brand hotel chains. The
area is great for business travel as well as leisurely getaways.
in the East is a booming economic hub of Washington.
Still surrounded by agriculture,
has features Historic Hotels and Inn and hosts
many festivals that take place almost year round.
Some rural towns nearby offer
quaint bed and breakfasts with weekend packages.
a coastal town is home to various motels, Bed and Breakfasts and Cottage Suites
awaiting any romantic couple with miles of undisturbed Pacific coast beach. Washington is also the
ultimate destination for eco-tourism. Travelers to the state visiting
close to Olympic National Park will find a few mid-range hotels and a lot of
great lake side resorts near Quinault. RV park accommodations can also be found
in many areas surrounding all of the National Parks.
Mount St. Helens
brings in thousands of visitors each year. This beautiful little city in the
southwest is host to a variety rustic lodging in weathered cabins and mountain view retreats
that feature spa and outdoor packages.
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