Bellingham, located 85 miles north of Seattle and 20 miles south of the Canadian border, is a small lively town that serves as the transportation hub for the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry System.
The ferry terminal and the nearby beautifully restored 1890s Fairhaven district act as the town's commercial center. Here visitors will find a collection of restaurants, cafes and shops that serve both tourists and locals.
In the vicinity of Bellingham are several parks with numerous hiking trails and 56 miles east of Bellingham on State Hwy 542 is Mount Baker and the Mt. Baker Ski and Snowboard Area.
Hotels in Bellingham are mainly located in two clusters along the I-50 that runs east of downtown. All Bellingham hotels are within 5 miles of the Ferry Terminal and harbor and within 20 minutes of the Canadian border.
Bellingham Hotel Reservations:
Book by Phone
Call center hotel booking specialists can make reservations for you, recommend hotel deals and offer any advice needed.
It is easy and it is Toll Free! Just Call 800-387-6413
The Best Western Lakeway Inn offers all newly appointed rooms and suites, a 24-hour business center with computer, fax, photocopier and high speed DSL Internet access, a lobby library, elegant executive boardroom, Swiss chef, lobby espresso service, patio beer garden, live entertainment on weekends, room service, indoor family pool center, fitness room, beauty shop and guest laundry.
The Holiday Inn Express in Bellingham is conveniently located near the Bellis Fair Mall and Cinemas and 5 miles from Western Washington University, Bellingham Cruise Terminal, Fairhaven Historic District.
The Fairhaven Village Inn is a charming boutique hotel located in Bellingham's beautifully restored 1890s Fairhaven district, across from the village park, 2 blocks from the bay, and steps from boutiques, galleries and cafes. The inn is laso only 4 blocks from the Alaska Ferry Terminal.
Anderson Creek Lodge is a bed and breakfast and meeting center that offers you a wonderfully relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Our traditional Northwest lodge features a huge, two-story stone fireplace and extensive use of architectural features made from local wood. Every comfortable lodge-style room has a private bathroom. Our 35-acre site has trails that take you past forests and fields, alongside Anderson creek and also let you visit our 18 friendly and curious llamas.You'll also enjoy the delicious full breakfasts, jetted hot tub, and many more features.