Hotel supply has been a hot topic of discussion since Seattle’s recent housing crisis began.

It is a hot commodity in Seattle, but many of the city’s hotels are pricey, even by the standards of major cities like New York or San Francisco.

Here are some of the top five hotels for rental in Seattle:Hotel supply has increased steadily over the past decade, with more than 1,500 hotels added to the market in the past three years, according to the Seattle Association of Realtors.

The number of new hotel rooms in Seattle grew from 1,400 in 2008 to 2,500 last year.

In 2017, the city added more than 7,500 rooms to the hotel supply.

That’s a lot of rooms, but the increase was uneven.

The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the city increased from $2,300 in 2014 to $3,700 in 2017, according the Seattle Times.

The average price for a two-bedroom unit went from $4,900 in 2014 and $5,200 in 2017.

The growth of hotel rooms is driven by Seattle’s booming economy.

The city’s population grew by 1.3 million people in the first three months of this year.

But it is a large and growing city, with a population of just under 12 million people.

In addition to the rising rent, many hotels are getting older.

The median age of a hotel room in Seattle is 35 years old.

Seattle’s median rent for two- and three-bedroom units increased more than 14 percent between 2014 and 2017, to $1,700 and $2.70, respectively.

Hotel rooms are also becoming more crowded.

According to the Association of American Realters, Seattle has about 20% fewer hotel rooms than 10 years ago.

Hotels are also finding it harder to find rooms that fit their requirements.

The number of available hotel rooms declined for the first time in five years in 2017 according to a study by the Seattle Center for Real Estate Research.