Star Rating
Hotel Name
Price Range (USD)to

Redmond Washington Accommodations

Find accommodations in Redmond with the hotel list provided below. Search for cheap and discounted hotel and motel rates in or near Redmond, WA for your corporate or personal leisure travel. We show the best Redmond Washington hotel/motel rooms. Review the Redmond hotel list below to find the perfect lodging. We also have a map of the Redmond hotels. Planning a group? Lock in Redmond Group Hotel Deals

The Redmond center point is approximately the area of Redmond, WA and the area of Marymoor Park.

Welcome to Redmond, Seattle's hottest suburb, the home of Microsoft, and the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest." If you're searching for a hotel away from the hustle and bustle of the city, a mid-range option, or a luxury hotel with all the amenities, you can find it in Redmond, WA. More from this guide...

Redmond Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Residence Inn by Marriott Seattle East Redmond in Redmond 7575 164th Ave. N.e., Redmond, WA 98052
  • Midscale property
  • 6 floors in property
Redmond Marriott Town Center - Redmond 7401 164th Ave. Ne, Redmond, WA 98052
  • Expensive Suburban property
  • Check in: 3pm
  • Most guests liked the proximity to shopping
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews CallBookMore Details
Hyatt House Seattle / Redmond in Redmond 15785 Bear Creek Pkwy. N.e., Redmond, WA 98052
  • Three Star Suburban property
  • Free breakfast available
  • High comfort
  • Fair breakfast prices
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
Redmond Inn in Redmond 17601 Redmond Way, Redmond, WA 98052
  • 3 star Suburban hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00
  • Pool is tiny
  • Rooms are ok
Hampton Inn & Suites Redmond : 17770 NE 78th Place 17770 NE 78th Place, Redmond, WA 98052
  • 3 star Downtown hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
Very Good 4.5 /5Hotel Reviews CallBookMore Details
Woodspring Suites Seattle Redmond - Redmond 7045 180th Ave. Ne, Redmond, WA 98052
  • Mid-scale Downtown property
  • Check in time: 3:00 PM
Extended Stay America Seattle Redmond 15805 NE 28th St., Bellevue, WA 98008 ~2.75 miles south of Redmond
  • 2 star Suburban property
  • 163 rooms in property
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • Most guests were unsatisfied with the kitchenette
Aloft Seattle Redmond - Redmond 15220a NE Shen St. Suite #150, Redmond, WA 98052 Website
  • 3-star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 8 meeting rooms
Element Seattle Redmond : 15220 NE Shen St. Suite 150 15220 NE Shen St. Suite 150, Redmond, WA 98052 Website
  • Three Star Suburban property
  • 8 conference rooms in property
Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Bellevue / Redmond 14615 NE 29th Place, Bellevue, WA 98007 ~2.93 miles southwest of Redmond
  • Mid-scale property
  • 8 suites in property
Silver Cloud Inn Redmond 2122 152nd Ave. Ne, Redmond, WA 98052
  • 3 star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy See policy
  • Excellent location
  • Clean rooms
Residence Inn by Marriott 14455 NE 29th Place, Bellevue, WA 98007 ~3.21 miles southwest of Redmond
  • 3-star Suburban property
  • 120 rooms in property
  • Nice rooms
  • Rooms are clean and breakfast is tasty
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews CallBookMore Details
Baymont by Wyndham Seattle / Kirkland Wa - Kirkland 12223 NE 116th St., Kirkland, WA 98034 ~3.37 miles northwest of Redmond
  • 2-star Suburban property
  • Free comp. breakfast
Motel 6 Seattle North Kirkland #687
12010 120th Place, Kirkland, WA 98034 ~3.62 miles northwest of Redmond
  • 2 star property
  • Check-in time: 15:00
  • Most guests complained about the bathroom
  • Relatively high internet cost
Comfort Inn in Kirkland
12204 NE 124th St., Kirkland, WA 98034 ~3.62 miles northwest of Redmond
  • Low-priced Downtown property
  • Hotel has 97 rooms
Totem Lake Hotel - Kirkland
12233 NE Totem Lake Way, Kirkland, WA 98034 ~3.74 miles northwest of Redmond
  • Low-priced Suburban property
  • Hotel has 4 meeting rooms
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Ac didn't work
The Heathman Hotel Kirkland - Kirkland 220 Kirkland Ave., Kirkland, WA 98033 ~3.89 miles west of Redmond
  • 4 star Suburban property
  • Check in time: 3pm
  • About half of guests found the restaurant service to be good
  • Nice rooms
Very Good 4.5 /5Guest Reviews CallBookMore Details
W Bellevue 10455 NE 5th Place, Bellevue, WA 98004 ~4.12 miles south of Redmond
  • Expensive hotel
  • 225 rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews CallBookMore Details
Woodmark Hotel & Spa - Kirkland 1200 Carillon Point, Kirkland, WA 98033 ~4.13 miles west of Redmond
  • High end Lake property
  • Hotel has 21 suites
  • Average parking
  • Friendly atmosphere
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews CallBookMore Details
Courtyard by Marriott 11215 NE 124th St., Kirkland, WA 98034 ~4.16 miles northwest of Redmond
  • 3 star Suburban hotel
  • Hotel has 5 suites
  • The majority of guests said rooms were clean
  • For only 54%, the noise level was all right
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score CallBookMore Details
Willows Lodge 14580 NE 145th St., Woodinville, WA 98072 ~4.21 miles north of Redmond
  • High-end Resort hotel
  • Check in time: 4:00 pm
  • Stunning gardens
  • Good restaurants & bars in the area
Very Good 4.5 /5Hotel Reviews CallBookMore Details
La Quinta Inn Seattle Bellevue / Kirkland in Kirkland
10530 NE Northup Way, Kirkland, WA 98033 ~4.27 miles southwest of Redmond
  • Midscale hotel
Fairfield Inn & Suites Seattle / Bellevue 14595 NE 29th Place, Bellevue, WA 98007 ~4.52 miles south of Redmond
  • Affordable hotel
  • Hotel has 3 floors
  • Great complimentary breakfast
  • Rooms were clean
Hotel 116 625 116th Ave. Ne, Bellevue, WA 98004 ~5.08 miles southwest of Redmond
  • Midscale Downtown property
  • Hotel has 16 suites
Silver Cloud Inn Bellevue Downtown - Bellevue 10621 NE 12 St., Bellevue, WA 98004 ~5.17 miles southwest of Redmond
  • Mid-scale Downtown hotel
  • 4 floors in property
Next 25 Redmond Hotels >  [1 - 25 of 50]    
Next: See My Redmond Hotels with Pricing

Founded in the late 19th century, Redmond doesn't have the same long, storied history as some other places in the northwest. It subsisted off fishing, logging, and agriculture through the end of World War II. It wasn't until the completion of the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge in 1963 that provided quick, easy access to Seattle that the city started to flourish.

Technology companies then began to flock to Redmond as a result of cheap land that was still relatively close to a major airport and other businesses. Today, the town is home to 60,000 residents, as well as Nintendo of America and the 35,000 employee-strong Microsoft headquarters. Filled with parks, culture, and recreation, there's always something to do here.

No matter what your reason for visiting Redmond, make sure to find the perfect hotel to make your stay fun and enjoyable.

When to Visit Redmond, WA

If you're an avid outdoorsman, you should check out Redmond from July through September. Despite the northwest's notoriety for rain, this timeframe offers blue skies, sunshine, and warm temperatures that are ideal for exploring the great outdoors. Skilled hikers may want to head further into the mountains for a hike, and if that describes you, make sure to wear layers and bring a rain jacket, as temperatures can change rapidly. If staying near the city, there are tons of festivals to enjoy. Hotels tend to book up quickly, so make sure to make reservations well in advance.

When you want the best deal on a hotel room in Redmond, head there between November and February. During winter, tourism hits a lull for the most part, although you can probably find people staying in Redmond and taking day trips to the various ski areas within an hour or two away. In Redmond, it gets cold and rainy throughout much of this time, so indoor activities are usually the best option. You can probably snag a last-minute deal during this time for an upgrade or great savings.

March through May is prime time to visit Redmond if you want to see the surrounding foliage spring into life. The rain starts to subside from the winter, temperatures warm up, and it's generally pleasant. Many wildflowers bloom around this time, providing a beautiful foreground to the backdrop of the mountains. The Redmond Saturday Market also opens in May, giving you a chance to find arts, crafts, food, and produce from local growers. Hotel demand rises slightly from winter, but starts to spike the closer you get to May.

Late fall begins the thinning of crowds in Redmond, as temperatures start to cool and the clouds open up to let out five inches of rain per month. Still, the weather is warm enough for most markets to stay open, and festivals and football are in full swing. You may encounter some University of Washington or Seattle Seahawks football fans who came for cheaper hotel rooms, but other tourists are almost non-existent. Booking is essential this time of year, especially over the weekends when fans from all over the country flock to see their teams.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Redmond, WA:

seasonality of hotel rates in Redmond

Redmond, WA: Prices by Star Rating Class

Below are 3 charts illustrating avg. nightly cost trends by star rating class in Redmond, WA. Browse these charts to evaluate the cheapest dates to stay in Redmond during the year.

Luxury Hotel Options in Redmond, WA

4 Star Average Prices: $204.98

When you're looking for a luxury hotel, you might have to travel closer to Seattle, but the good news is that you're still only 10 to 20 minutes away from Redmond. The Executive Hotel Pacific is one of the ritzy options in the area, providing five-star accommodation in the heart of Seattle. Nearly every major attraction in the city is less than a five-minute walk, making it easy to explore. Plus, you'll have access to some top-notch amenities such as a 24-hour fitness center, a barbershop, valet parking, free Washington apples for your enjoyment, and even a free wine mixer for guests from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. each night.

Once you're done exploring and enjoying the on-site amenities, head back to your room for a relaxing evening. Each room boasts perks such as a 26-inch LCD flat-screen television with cable, an MP3 player, pillow top mattresses, an in-room coffee maker, and cozy bathrobes.

Another luxurious option near Redmond is the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. Located just 10 miles from Redmond, you can have close proximity to the city while also enjoying everything that Seattle has to offer. It's no more than a few hundred steps from places such as the Seattle Art Museum, Pike Place Market, the Seattle Aquarium, and the Seattle Public Library. On top of convenience, the Four Seasons also boasts tons of comfort thanks to in-room amenities such as a pillow top bed with down comforter, an iPod dock, digital programming, and a DVD player.

Wake up to a wonderful breakfast, and if you don't feel like leaving the hotel, you don't have to. On-site amenities include a full spa with massages, body treatments, and facials, an outdoor pool with poolside bar, a restaurant, and 24-hour room service.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Redmond

Affordable/Lower Cost Options in Redmond, WA

3 Star Average Prices: $157.33

If you're searching for affordable accommodation, Redmond has no shortage of options. Located just near the famous Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome and Marymoor Park, the Redmond Inn is a solid choice. However, it looks anything like budget accommodation. A fancy lobby greets you as you walk in, and you'll have your choice of a king bed, queen bed, or two queens. Other in-room amenities include a 37-inch LCD television with cable programming, an iPod docking station, complimentary Wi-Fi, and a desk to get some work done. On-site perks are an indoor pool and spa tub.

When you're looking to stay in Redmond for several days or weeks for business or leisure, the Extended Stay America is a wonderful low-cost option. At this hotel, you're only minutes away from top attractions such as the Microsoft Campus, Bellevue Golf Course, and Marymoor Park. Each room offers a 32-inch flat-screen television with cable, a desk, microwave, and free Wi-Fi. There's also a free daily breakfast, laundry facilities, free parking, and a 24-hour desk for easy check-in and check-out.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Redmond

2 Star Average Prices: $89.44

2 Star Hotel Prices in Redmond

Where are the real discounts in Redmond

You can get some substantial savings on hotels if you know where to stay. The Residence Inn by Marriott offers cut rates for AAA members and seniors on queen bed rooms. It's situated right near downtown Redmond, as well as Northwest College and Marymoor Park. On-site perks are numerous and include a fitness center, seasonal outdoor pool, and a complimentary reception on select days. The rooms are ideal for relaxation, offering cable programming, comfortable king or queen beds, complimentary Wi-Fi, and even video game consoles for the kids.

Best Value Options in Redmond, WA

If you need a mid-range option that's excellent for families or travelers who don't want to break the bank, Redmond has you covered. The Hyatt House is an upscale offering that's right in the heart of downtown Redmond. You can walk to many of the top attractions including the town square and Jerry Baker Memorial Velodrome. Hop in a car, and you're just minutes away from Bellevue Golf Course or Marymoor Park.

For a value option, the Hyatt House has remarkable amenities. Guests can use the indoor pool, spa tub, or fitness center, or take a shuttle to popular attractions at no extra charge. There's also a restaurant and bar on-site to quench your thirst and quell your hunger. Each room boasts a 42-inch flat-screen television, a refrigerator, a microwave, and complimentary Wi-Fi to keep you connected.

Top Attractions and Destinations in Redmond, WA

If you're a biking fanatic, you can't afford not to go to Redmond during the annual Redmond Derby Days. Taking place each year in July, this festival/race celebrates everything on two wheels. There's a closed loop bike race, also known as a criterium, that happens in downtown Redmond, as well as events for amateurs and fun races. If you're not a fan of cycling or you just can't manage to bring your bike with you, the festival also has a parade, beer garden, food, carnival, fireworks, and other activities for kids and adults.

On the outskirts of Redmond are some of the most beautiful parks and nature areas in western Washington. Offering mountain biking, hiking, wildlife watching, leaf peeping, and photo opportunities, these places are well worth the visit, whether you have to walk one mile or 10 miles to get there. Bridle Trails State Park and Saint Edward State Park are two of the more popular options. Located in the heart of Redmond, Marymoor Park is another local favorite. Featuring a climbing wall, dog park, open green spaces, and free concerts, there's always something to do.

Whether you're here to find a suburban oasis and a break from city life or looking for that perfect getaway without breaking the bank, you can find a hotel that fits your needs and lifestyle.

Recent traveler guest reviews of Redmond, WA

Below are reviews of the city of Redmond, WA from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Great hotel!"
Score 5.0 / 5

We didn't have the chance to experience Redmond, other than the fields at 60 Acres Park, where the soccer tournament was held. However, we did have the chance to visit Miners Landing down on Pier 56. The Wings Over Washington attraction is nothing short of amazing. I couldn't give it a higher recommendation!

Ron R., from 18-Jul-2017
The average traveler rating of the city of Redmond, WA shown above is 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 reviews
Back to Top