Grand Hyatt Seattle

721 Pine St, Seattle, Washington
From $186.15
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December 28 2012
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"Ideal location, extreme comfort"

A stay at Grand Hyatt Seattle

Grand Hyatt Seattle's location four blocks from Pike Place Market is hard to beat, and the luxury awaiting you when you return from a day of sightseeing is certainly welcome. While its neighbor, Hyatt Olive 8, is more family-friendly with its indoor pool and 'For Kids, By Kids' menu in farm-to-table Urbane, the Grand Hyatt promises better views of the city and Space Needle and more space in their corner suites.

For our family of five, we fit nicely in two adjoining rooms at the Hyatt. Including a corner suite as one of the two rooms allows for even more room. One of the best features of the room is the floor to ceiling windows: our view was picture perfect of the Space Needle. The kids loved the huge tubs, ready to fill for a bubble bath after rainy Seattle days. Each bathroom also includes a shower, and like all Hyatt's, the Grand Hyatt Seattle is eco-conscious: bath towels and sheets are changed only when needed.

Each room has a coffee maker and coffee and tea service, but mini-fridges are filled with pay-per-item snacks and liquor. In fact, using them to store your own foods results in a $10 fee. If you have items to store, a separate mini fridge will be brought up to you. The kids love Hyatt bathrobes, and those at the Grand Hyatt did not disappoint.

The Grand Hyatt Seattle's fitness center was closed for renovation at the time of our visit, but on-site staff informed me they have a hot tub and sauna, but no indoor pool. If that's a deal breaker for your kids, book Hyatt Olive 8 instead.

Within the same building as the Hyatt is a Ruth's Chris Steakhouse (too spendy for my family), but also a sushi place, a Starbucks, and a marketplace with some convenience foods (such as juice, milk, and other necessities while traveling with young kids). We opted to go here (with the adjacent Starbucks) for breakfast.

Bottom line: the Grand Hyatt is worth the splurge for the view and the location. It doesn't get much more ''Seattle-ish' than this.

My family and I stayed at Grand Hyatt Seattle on a hosted stay, for the purpose of review.

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December 23 2010
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The Grand Hyatt is in an excellent location to all the major sights we wanted to see with our kids.  The hotel upgraded us to an executive suite - nice surprise.  The suite was very spacious, clean and had a lot of extras like a refrigerator, a  coffee maker and an iPod dock.

Our friends had a 5 month old baby with them.  The crib had a nice soft blanket.  They also provided extra towels and baby bath products and a rubber ducky!

You won't be disappointed!

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