Whether it's the mountains, forests or music festivals you're after, chances are that you've stopped by Emerald City at least once in your lifetime. No matter the weather, you might have also realized that you simply can't get enough of it. If you've bookmarked this beloved Puget Sound city to come back to, we're here to help. Here are some of the cheapest places to stay in Seattle

From dreamy houses in the trees to those with zen gardens and wheels, we've scoped out some of the spots you can call home while you're away from yours. 

Let's see about that list now, shall we? 

Canvas Cottage

Price Per Night: $58 

Neighborhood: White Center, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: This is perhaps glamping at its finest. This cute city spot comes with a garden, a sauna in a private barrel, a puppy to pet, hammocks and a fireplace. 

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Urban Cottage

Price Per Night: $48 for two

Neighborhood: Wallingford, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: Artistically decorated, this comfy, pet-friendly nest oozes rustic charm. It even comes with a hot tub, yoga classes you can opt for, and is located in an area bustling with breweries and cute cafes — a real slice of what the city has to offer. 

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Retro Studio

Price Per Night: $44 for two

Neighborhood: Queen Anne, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: This tasteful spot is located at a walkable distance from some of the city's Downtown and other highlights like the Seattle Center, Pike Place Market, and South Lake Union. It also has it's own little kitchen. 

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Tiny House

Price Per Night: $59 

Neighborhood: Wedgewood, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: If you're looking to get away from the bustle of Downtown and live a minimalist life, this cozy retreat — complete with a kitchen and bathroom, is for you.

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Bungalow Garden

Price Per Night: $59 

Neighborhood: Green Lake, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like you're in the countryside at this urban retreat that comes with its own garden and a Koi fish pond.

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Cabin In The Woods

Price Per Night: $50 

Neighborhood: Wedgewood, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: If you're seeking some quiet time in the city's woods, this is the perfect spot. 

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Treehouse & Farmstead

Price Per Night: $50 

Neighborhood: Near Kubota Gardens, Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can have an urban adventure in the lap of nature at this unique treehouse covered with canopies. There's even WiFi and two kitty cats to keep you company.

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So, next time you're stopping by, don't let anyone tell you it's going to cost you a pretty penny. There are not only free things to do in Seattle, but these spots will leave you enough in your pocket to sample those classy coffees and brews the city is known for. 

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