Pacific Northwest Getaways for Under $100/Night

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Pacific Northwest Cheap Getaways Under $100/Night

Sometimes you just need to get out of town, but you don’t want to have to pay big bucks to do it. One great way to save on your trip is by purchasing through daily deal websites like Groupon Getaways and LivingSocial Escapes.

Whether you’re looking for a getaway with your spouse, your family, your friends, or even just yourself, I’ve scoured various daily deal websites to find a bunch of Pacific Northwest getaways for less than $100/night. I tried to look for getaways beyond your typical hotel stay and focus on something a little more unique.

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Last updated: July 17th, 2019

Rolling Huts and Methow Tents – Winthrop, WA (via Groupon)

  • $45+/night for a canvas tent with two camping cots – 2 night minimum

Get away to nature and stay in a tent in the Cascade Mountains. The forested property is bordered by a river. These Methow Tents are spacious canvas tents set on wooden platforms. Each one comes with windows, carpets, and two cots, as well as an outdoor picnic table, water faucet, and electrical outlet.

Community features include bathrooms and showers, a volleyball court, and a restaurant.

Paca Pride Guest Ranch – Granite Falls, WA

  • $99 for a 2-night stay for two in a guest yurt
  • $129 for a 2-night stay for four in a roundhouse yurt

Washington’s Mountain Loop Highway stretches along the western side of the Cascade Range for more than 50 rugged miles, connecting the towns of Granite Falls and Darrington. It’s a drive that Travel + Leisure says “is unsurpassed in Pacific Northwestern beauty.” Paca Pride Guest Ranch sits right off of this scenic route, with Mount Pilchuck visible between the pines.

The yurts create a less rustic camping experience with furnished structures that have electricity. Shower and bath facilities are available at the main house as well as a seasonal outdoor kitchen. Guests can even meet the ranch’s alpacas!

Hotel Max – Seattle, WA (via Groupon)

  • $84+/night for a mini full room
  • $91+/night for a modern queen room
  • $97+/night for a modern king room

This hip hotel welcomes guests with a collection of local art, pet-friendly amenities, and pints of craft beer (complimentary!) during happy hour. It’s located about a mile north of downtown Seattle and about a half mile north of Pike Place Market.

Staypineapple at University Inn – Seattle, WA (via Groupon)

  • $92+/night for a traditional queen room or traditional double-queen room

This hip hotel in Seattle’s University is within walking distance of the University of Washington. Enjoy a free continental breakfast with your stay, then hop on a rental bike or the local shuttle to get around the neighborhood. Pineapple Cafe is nearby at the Waterfront Hotel and serves local pastries for breakfast and housemade soups for lunch. Dates are available into December.

Alpen Rose Inn – Leavenworth, WA (via Groupon)

  • $190 for a 2-night stay, valid for check-in Sunday–Wednesday

Escape from the city to this Bavarian-style lodge in Leavenworth surrounded by the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest and the majestic Cascade mountains. A drive or a stroll down Route 2 brings visitors straight to the downtown Leavenworth area, where they can nibble pastries at German bakeries and sip brews in beer gardens.

Your stay includes complimentary breakfast, complimentary evening dessert, coffee or tea delivery, an outdoor hot tub, outdoor pool (seasonal), and more.

Pampered Wilderness – Olympia, WA (via Groupon)

  • $299 for a 3-night stay, valid for check-in Tuesday

If you don’t love camping, try glamping! At Pampered Wilderness, guests are within equal reach of lush wilderness and the creature comforts of home. Inside their safari-style canvas cabins, visitors are surrounded by full-sized beds with plush linens, electric lamps, desks, and basic appliances. When they part the curtains that serve as their front door, guests can step directly into Millersylvania State Park, and explore miles of hiking paths beneath old-growth fir trees.

Have you stayed at any of these places? Got any others to recommend? Leave a comment and share your experience.

1 thought on “Pacific Northwest Getaways for Under $100/Night”

  1. Thanks for trying to find great travel deals! I know I’ve been hunting for them too…The problem I run into the most is that almost all of the groupon type offers are only good for mid-week stays and usually they don’t allow me to bring my dog so I can’t use them.

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