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Guest rooms at Grand Hyatt Seattle incorporate clean lines and neutral colors with light woods, tan walls and cream-colored carpeting to create a simplistic and sleek haven. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for plenty of natural light (provided it isn’t raining) and views of one of the many stellar sights of the city, and though you might not want to close them on such beauty, the electronic blackout drapes can easily be controlled with a switch by the bed. The stately bed in the center of the room is dressed in all-white damask linens, with an oversized light wooden headboard and bed frame upholstered in red, geometric-patterned fabric. If you’d rather lounge than go right to bed, you can watch the 32-inch television or read What to Read in the Rain, one of several books offered in the room, from an armchair or sofa in the corner of the room. A work desk and spacious closet, along with amenities like a coffeemaker, iron and ironing board can also be expected.
The room focuses more on functionality than ornamentation and is not extravagantly decorated, though a glowing stone light fixture in the foyer and small art prints of fish add interest to the space.
The rooms at Grand Hyatt Seattle are modern and minimalistic in design, but that doesn’t mean the hotel didn’t spare all expenses when it came to decorating the property. Travertine marble, onyx and wood accents, and estate-style bathrooms with cast iron soaking tubs add to the high-end feel of the guest rooms and suites. The hotel offers specialty accommodations such as hypoallergenic rooms and executive penthouse-style suites. And don’t forget about the views: the hotel absolutely soars above surrounding buildings. Large windows look out onto downtown Seattle, Puget Sound and Lake Union. On clear days, views extend to the snow-capped Cascade and Olympic mountains.