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|Name||Grand Hyatt Seattle|
|Address1||721 Pine St|
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|DrivingDirections||From Seattle Tacoma International Airport:|
Approximate distance to the hotel is 13.9 miles.
Drive southwest along Starling Drive South.
Turn right onto Des Moines Memorial Drive.
At sign for Burien/WA 509 North/Seattle, bear right onto ramp.
Merge onto WA 509 North.
Bear left onto East Marginal Way South/WA 99.
At sign for Seneca Street, bear right onto ramp.
Turn left onto First Avenue.
Turn right onto Pike Street.
Turn left onto Eighth Avenue.
Turn left onto Pine Street.
|CheckinTime||3 p.m. |
|Description||Location. Grand Hyatt Seattle is located in downtown Seattle, Wash., less than one quarter mile from the Washington State Convention and Trade Center. The hotel is within one half mile of the Fifth Avenue Theatre. The Seattle Art Museum, Pike Place Market and Space Needle are less than one mile away. The hotel is approximately one mile from the Seattle Aquarium. Pioneer Square and the Cruise Terminal Pier 66 are less than two miles away. |
Hotel Features. Grand Hyatt Seattle features Ruth's Chris Steak House and Ruth's Chris Lounge. The restaurant serves Midwestern corn fed prime steaks, chicken and New Orleans style seafood. The hotel's 3,800 square foot health club is open 24 hours daily. A spa tub, steam room and sauna are available. The hotel offers discounted passes to a health club with a lap pool across the street. The hotel includes a salon. Events space is available.
Guestrooms. Guestrooms at Grand Hyatt Seattle feature city views. Select rooms offer water or mountain views. Rooms include high speed wired and wireless Internet access, desks and leather swivel chairs. Minibars are available. Rooms feature travertine floors and mahogany furnishings. Beds offer triple sheeting and down pillows. Bathrooms include glass showers and separate bathtubs. Marble floors and granite vanities are offered.
Expert Tip. The second oldest continually operating farmer's market in the United States, Pike Place Market open in 1907. The market spans over nine acres. The market includes antique shops, comic book sellers, family owned restaurants, head shops, fishmongers, craft stalls and locally grown produce stands.
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