Grand Hyatt Seattle

A sleek, full-service Seattle hotel
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The gleaming, 30-story Grand Hyatt Seattle sits in the city’s downtown, just minutes from some of Seattle’s best shopping and restaurants, and is a great choice for those who want an updated, contemporary environment, a good location, friendly staff and plenty of dining choices.

The hotel’s interior reflects its urban environs, with sleek, modern styling and panoramic views of the cityscape. Inside, the spacious lobby features regionally-inspired glass art and express check-in kiosks to speed up the arrival process.

The hotel’s 425 rooms offer a spacious retreat from the busy streets of downtown Seattle, with oversized bathrooms featuring deep, cast iron soaking tubs and separate showers with carrara marble floors. Each room has a different view of the city and surrounding area, from downtown’s skyscrapers to glistening Lake Union to the house-covered hillsides of The Emerald City. An array of amenities makes Grand Hyatt Seattle a comfortable place to stay.
Our Inspector's Highlights
• New York may be known as the city that doesn’t sleep, but if you find yourself sleepless in Seattle, the all-day access to the concierge, gym and business center will really come in use. This is also perfect for international travelers on their own schedules.

• Whether you've requested something to be delivered to your room, ordered room service or are looking for a speedy checkout, staff at Grand Hyatt Seattle can quickly handle your needs so you're not made to wait.

• The hotel's 24-hour multiple meeting rooms range from board rooms with 20-person tables to an amphitheater that can handle a capacity of 150 people and offers up-to-date technology like a 12-foot projection screen and broadcasting capabilities.

• With shopping, dining and local attractions within walking distance, you'll be amazed at what you can see and do on foot, no matter how short your stay. And the Grand Hyatt Seattle offers quick-service venues like the one-site Starbucks or NYC Deli where you can swiftly get what you need and be on your way.

• Blue C Sushi mimics the Tokyo subway system, with vibrant blue lighting and a conveyor belt serving more than 50 types of Japanese sushi, sashimi and nigiri, along with salads and chicken and pork dishes.
Things to Know
• Did you pack too many pairs of shoes and have to leave a necessary toiletry or appliance at home? Don't fret. In the guest room, you'll find a list of items you can request or borrow that staff will bring to the room. The list includes curling irons, flat irons, toothpaste, a toothbrush and mouthwash.

• Your trip to Seattle might be so action packed that you won’t even miss these amenities, but those of you looking for a more pampering day can go down the street to Hyatt at Olive 8, where Grand Hyatt Seattle guests are encouraged to book appointments or swim in the lap pool at the Elaia Spa.

• Seattle offers plenty of attractions for kids, such as the aquarium or a ferryboat ride across Puget Sound. However, if mom and dad want a night out to sample one of the local alehouses or breweries (try The Pike Brewing Co.), the concierge can offer a choice of local babysitting agencies to assist.

• Don’t pay for a cab from the airport and take the light rail that is easy to navigate, and the hotel is about two blocks from the West Lake station. Or arrange one of the airport shuttle options, such as the Downtown Airporter, which will drop you off right in front of the Grand Hyatt entrance with minimal stops along the way.

• Pack your own snacks. Though water and complimentary coffee and tea are provided in the guest room, a fully stocked mini-bar is not provided.
The Rooms
• 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.

• The bathrooms at Grand Hyatt Seattle are grand and modern in design, covered in white and gray marble, which is used in the floor, shower and tub surround. It features a single sink basin and ample room for toiletries, a luxurious waterfall faucet on the deep soaking tub and a separate glass-enclosed shower.
The Look
• Grand Hyatt Seattle exudes urban luxury with a modern design style. Clear wavy glass sculptures that stretch from the floor to the ceiling in the lobby separate the reception and concierge desks from comfortable seating areas with gray- and cream-colored armchairs and patterned sofas.

• Geometric copper, cream and blue area rugs add a soft touch to the light marble floors. Modern popular music plays throughout the public areas, and abstract silver and white light fixtures as well as windows looking out to the gray marble porte cochere brighten the space.

• Behind the reception desk, cut-out squares glow from vibrant electric blue and purple to softer green and orange, creating a shifting atmosphere fitting of the always active city streets outside.

• With two entrances, one on 7th Street and one on Pine Street, Grand Hyatt Seattle overtakes a downtown city corner. Windows from the lobby or Ruth’s Chris Lounge allow for watching people scurry through the urban streets, while guest rooms offer views of the Space Needle and the city skyline.
Getting There
721 Pine Street, Seattle, Washington 98101
SEA (18-22 min)