Furnished apartments in Bellevue
Looking for furnished apartments in Bellevue? Kasa offers stylishly-designed and professionally-managed furnished apartments for however long you'd like to stay.
Kasa's furnished apartments in Bellevue
Welcome to your home away from home - whether you're on the road for a quick trip or an extended stay. Our furnished apartments offer modern decor, high-quality finishes, and 24/7 contactless access, plus essential amenities like fast WiFi, kitchens or kitchenettes, plush beds, and a table or desk where you can work. Our locations are allow you to feel like a local while you're in town. You'll be within walking distance or a short drive of great restaurants, shops, bars, corporate HQs, and top things to do.
- Free parking
- City center
- Full kitchen
- Pets allowed
Explore Washington at this Downtown Bellevue property, which offers stylish, comfortable apartments with close proximity to Seattle.See availability
After booking one of our furnished apartments in Bellevue, here's everything you need to know for your stay.
A vital part of the Seattle metro area, Bellevue is a city of 150,000 located just east of Seattle across Lake Washington. While Bellevue started out as a suburb of Seattle, today it’s a flourishing city in its own right that’s home to some of the world’s largest companies, with its own bustling downtown.
The area now known as Bellevue was continuously inhabited by Native Americans for at least four millennia before the first permanent European settlement was erected in the mid-nineteenth century. By the end of the nineteenth century, there was a consistent European presence, mostly consisting of loggers who felled trees around their homes until the land was cleared.
In the early 20th century, residents of Seattle would take ferry rides across Lake Washington and spend weekends in leafy Bellevue to get away from the city. At the time, Bellevue was still largely agricultural, with a burgeoning strawberry growing industry staffed by Japanese immigrant farm hands. When a bridge was built across the lake in the mid-twentieth century, Bellevue’s permanent population began to increase, with Seattle commuters moving in.
The internment of Bellevue’s Japanese Americans during World War II was traumatic for the Japanese-American population and a significant blow to the local strawberry industry. With no one left to work the farms, the land was sold to developers, and Bellevue’s downtown was built. Another bridge across the lake continued to increase growth in the city, and the city annexed several other nearby municipalities, adding to its geographic size and overall population.
Over the last 20 years, the city has been consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the U.S., based on a variety of factors, including school quality, the availability of outdoors activities, and its citizens’ health. Today, Bellevue is an exciting place to visit, with excellent restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, and there are great short-term rental options near it all.