Where Should I Stay in Sequim, Washington?
Here is an excellent source to find a place to stay while you visit Sequim, Washington. Our town is quaint and we are void of luxury hotels. The Hotels listed below are not the Ritz but places we find as clean, comfortable, and reasonable. If you are looking for luxury try the Bed and Breakfasts listed further down the page.
By. Zion Hilliker
Olympic View Inn
The Olympic View Inn is an excellent spot for a clean, comfortable, and pleasant hotel stay in Sequim. This is our favorite on the list because it is the best bang for the buck. The staff is very knowledgable and friendly and can point you in the right direction to local activities. It is also locally owned and operated and is located in the heart of Sequim.
Quality Inns and Suites
Quality Inns and Suites is your typical mid priced hotel chain. However, they do have a very friendly and courteous staff who go out of their way to make your stay pleasant. If you are looking for a a traditional low frills hotel. This is not a bad spot with near freeway access and close to a variety of fast food and restaurants.
Holiday Inn Express
You have probably stayed at a Holiday Inn before and you know what to expect and are rarely dissapointed. This is no different. The only downside is it is on the East side in Sequim further away from us and Port Angeles but still close to fast food and restaurant options.
Bed and Breakfast Options
Red Caboose Getaway B&B
Lost Mountain Lodge
Lost Mountain Lodge is a beautiful B&B centrally located near downtown Sequim. It is also a short drive to Lost Mountain Lavender. If you are looking for a more traditional B&B experience, this is it.
Sequim Bay State Park
Sequim Bay State Park is an excellent spot for tent camping.There are also RV hookups. Check out their website for reservations and pricing. It is on the far East side of Sequim which makes coming into town about a 10 minute drive. Easy access to the Olympic Discovery Trail and gorgeous views of Sequim bay.
John Wayne Marina
Named after, you guessed it, John Wayne; this marina is a great spot for boat launching, tent camping, or RV camping. John Wayne bequeathed this land to the Port of Port Angeles prior to his death. Plenty to do and see here and not quite as far as the state park. Very close to the 7 Cedars Casino. The John Wayne Marina is a great spot to soak in the great outdoors all within a short trip back to civilization.