Best places to stay in Redmond, Washington

Luxury family home w/ great Sammamish Valley View

4 bedrooms
6 beds
3.5 baths
6 guests
As low as $199 /night

Spacious 2B2B Condo near downtown & Microsoft

2 bedrooms
3 beds
2 baths
6 guests
As low as $110 /night

About Redmond

Tucked away to the east of Seattle and north of Lake Sammamish, Redmond balances suburban comfort with natural beauty. As the home of tech giants and startups, it is as much a place for innovation as it is for outdoor activities and leisure.

Best Time to Visit

For the best weather, aim to visit from June to September when the days are warm and dry. Spring and autumn in Redmond are also attractive times for their blossoming flora and vibrant fall colors.


You'll find a variety of accommodations in Redmond, ranging from boutique hotels to charming B&Bs. If you're looking for tranquility, consider staying near Marymoor Park or along the Sammamish River Trail.

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Getting Around Redmond: The city is served by King County Metro and Sound Transit. For more freedom to explore the Pacific Northwest, you might want to rent a car.

Must-Visit Attractions

Marymoor Park: This expansive park offers activities from climbing to outdoor concerts.

Redmond Town Center: A great place for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Idylwood Beach Park:Ideal for picnics and lakefront relaxation.

Local Dining

Enjoy the taste of the Pacific Northwest with local favorites like fresh trout or farm-to-table produce. Redmond's dining scene offers a mix of gourmet restaurants and casual eateries.


Redmond Town Center presents an open-air shopping experience with a mix of well-known retailers and local shops. It's a community hub for shopping, dining, and events.


Wi-Fi is widely available in public spaces, including shopping centers and cafes. For continuous connectivity, consider purchasing a local SIM card.

Emergency Information

  • Dial 911for emergencies.
  • Nearest Hospital: EvergreenHealth Medical Center in nearby Kirkland.

Local Tips

  • Explore the city's cultural offerings with a trip to the Redmond Historical Society Museum.
  • The Redmond Saturday Market is a must-visit for local crafts and foods.

Start planning your Redmond experience now and discover a city that offers the perfect blend of business and leisure, technology, and tranquility.

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Contact Us

  • Phone number: (425)578-9494
  • Address: 16625 Redmond way #M-368, Redmond 98052
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