A staycation is sounding pretty dang nice right about now. The sun is finally starting to shine here in Seattle (knock on wood) and we’re feeling ready to get a little adventurous again! This week we’re giving you a special peek into another one of the coolest Airbnbs in Seattle, a spacious loft-style studio that used to be a 1920s grocery store!

The Coolest Airbnbs in Seattle


The outside of this Airbnb looks quite unassuming, but that’s part of what makes the inside so special. On a simple walk or drive by, your first thought probably wouldn’t gravitate towards this being a living space. But hey, sometimes life surprises you.


Whoa, what a place! The owners of this unique space have mixed many eras of design to create a cozy and eclectic vibe. You can relax on the black leather sofa in the minimal, open floor plan and enjoy the towering fig trees and carved wooden art.

This gallery-like space has whopping 11-foot ceilings and a whole wall of windows. Instagram lovers, are you hearing this?

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1920s grocery store

Beyond the initial impact of the decor, you also have access to amenities like a full kitchen, free street parking, and wifi.

On top of that, the home is situated in the diverse and friendly neighborhood of Beacon Hill. It’s a walker’s paradise with great restaurants, bars, and coffee shops a quick hop away!

1920s grocery store

If you decide you want to get out and about, you’re centrally located with a short drive to most urban Seattle neighborhoods. Location, location, location, or whatever the people say.

In fact, we might even have to try a stay here, because there’s nothing better than being a tourist in your own city. Also, dat bed. We wanna sleep on dat.

seattle airbnbs

This is definitely one of the most incredible Airbnbs in Seattle in our opinion. Whether you’re in from elsewhere or just looking to escape your own 4 walls a while, we’d book a stay.

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