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Grand Hyatt Seattle

4 star hotel 91

721 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101, US

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Our take on Grand Hyatt Seattle

When the Grand Hyatt Seattle (formerly known as the Elliott Grand Hyatt) was built in 2000, it seemed to usher in a new era of sophistication in downtown Seattle. And despite its newcomer status, it quickly established itself as one of the most well-regarded hotels in the area. Decor celebrating the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, combined with consistently strong service and a central location, are all parts of a winning combination at this property. Rooms are spacious, while bathrooms feature luxurious soaking tubs and separate showers. Sweeping views of Puget Sound or the Space Needle are offered from many of the rooms (don't blink, or you might miss that flying fish), as well as of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. This Seattle Hyatt is also home to several high-profile charity events throughout the year, so on any given day, you may see celebrity chefs, famous ball players and the local glitterati lingering in the lobby.


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Quiet Rooms

View Kings are usually the best option for guests who want a quiet room, because they're located on or above floor 23.

Rooms with a View

Corner suites have views in two directions, but the "first-come, first-serve" policy and frequent requests can make them a bit difficult to get. View King rooms give a great look at the Puget Sound -- if you're willing to dish out a little extra. The Emerald Suites, overlooking 7th Avenue and Pine Street (rooms 2722, 2822, 2922, 3022), provide the best views of the Space Needle and Puget Sound. For water views, you may need to go higher than floor 16.

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