Area Attractions

Captivating experiences await. From iconic attractions, like the Space Needle and Pike Place Market, to elevated performances at Paramount Theatre, we’ve curated a list of the most popular Seattle attractions, VIP encounters and lavish celebrations that are easily accessible from our hotel’s central downtown location. For additional ideas, visit the Area Attractions page at our sister hotels: Hyatt at Olive 8 & Hyatt Regency Seattle, , to ensure the ultimate Seattle adventure.

Grand Hyatt Seattle

721 Pine Street
Seattle, Washington, United States, 98101



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Hotel Activities

Elaia Spa

Elaia Spa is your eco-friendly retreat in the city to achieve peace, wisdom, and resilience, just steps away in Hyatt at Olive 8. Access to the 65’ saline lap pool is included with any 60 minute treatment. Charge services and products to your room.

Cruise Terminal Shuttle

With convenient pick up and departure times, our shuttle runs daily with stops at the Cruise Ship Terminals on Pier 66 and Pier 91. Reserve in advance with our concierge and bill to your guestroom.

Food & Drink

Savor the bounty of the Pacific Ocean at TIDAL+ Seafood at Hyatt Olive8, enjoy Italian flavors in wood-fired pizzas and homemade pastas at Andare Kitchen & Bar at Hyatt Regency Seattle or start your day with the perfect bagel from Blazing Bagels at Hyatt at Olive8’s Bagel Shop. All located within one block of the hotel, bill to your guestroom.

Pier 91 & Pier 66 Cruise Terminal Shuttle

With convenient pick up and departure times, our shuttle runs daily with stops at the Cruise Ship Terminals on Pier 66 and Pier 91 - making Grand Hyatt Seattle ideal for a pre or post-cruise stay. Reserve in advance with our concierge and bill to your guestroom.

Art Experiences

Glass Art
Chinese Lion
Glass Art

Seattle Art Museum

SAM is the center for world-class visual arts in the Pacific Northwest. Located downtown, one block from Pike Place Market, global art collections, temporary installations, & special exhibitions from around the world bridge cultures & centuries

Seattle Asian Art Museum

The Seattle Asian Art Museum, located at Volunteer Park in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, exhibits historic & contemporary artworks from China, Korea, Japan, India, the Himalayas, & other Southeast Asian countries.

Chihuley Garden & Glass

Fill your day with bold, bright colors & beautiful blooms. Located in the Seattle Center directly next to the Space Needle, Chihuley Garden & Glass showcases the studio glass of local glass artist & legend Dale Chihuly.

Northwest Tribal Arts Gallery

A leading gallery showcasing Northwest American Native & Inuit artwork for collectors since 1981, this gallery has earned a reputation for bringing fine native artworks from emerging & renowned artists who bring the cultures & legends to life.

Fine Dining

Winery Pour
Skillet of Root Vegetables

Herb Farm

You’ll delight in unique menus showcasing the rhythm of the seasons through exceptional foods & wines of the Pacific Northwest. For much of the year, The Herbfarm's kitchen gardens supply the restaurant with a harvest of common & unusual produce.

Sushi Kashiba

Chef Kashiba trained in Tokyo under the grueling apprenticeship of Jiro Ono from Jiro Dreams of Sushi. He introduced the city of Seattle to its first sushi bar in 1970 & currently showcases high-end sushi & omakase in a chic room with water views.


Jazz Singer

Paramount Theatre

A thriving landmark theatre that originally opened in 1928. Residents & visitors alike have delighted in the theatre’s architectural grandeur & enjoyed thousands of performances from all corners of the globe from Broadway, dance, & jazz, to live concerts, comedy, & family shows

Benaroya Hall

Home to the internationally acclaimed Seattle Symphony, famous for inventive programming, community-minded initiatives & superb recordings. The symphony has 5 Grammy Awards, 2 Emmy Awards, & was named Gramophone’s 2018 Orchestra of the Year.

McCaw Hall

McCaw Hall is a performing arts hall located on the grounds of Seattle Center & is home to the internationally acclaimed Seattle Opera & Pacific Northwest Ballet, which boasts the highest per capita attendance in the United States

Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley

For over 3 decades, all the prominent figures in the world of jazz have been featured on this stage - stars such as Dizzy Gillespie, Oscar Peterson, Betty Carter, & Bill Evans. Dimitriou's Jazz Alley has become the West Coast's premiere jazz club.

VIP Seattle Getaway

Boating Couple
Winery Pour
Sea Plane

Woodinville Wine Tours

Washington is the 2nd largest wine producer in the country & over 110 wineries with more 90+ rated vintages than any wine region in the world are located in Woodinville. Choose Seattle Towncar for elite transport so you can explore & enjoy safely.

Seaplane Tour by Kenmore Air

Taking a seaplane flight is a quintessential Pacific Northwest experience. Enjoy the unique thrill of flying off the water & soaring over this beautiful region. Scenic flights available to a variety of destinations from 2 water terminals.

Private Yacht Charters by Cedar Wave Adventures by Sea

Step back in time & indulge yourself with a unique boat adventure reminiscent of the early days of yachting. Experience old fashioned picnic tours & leisure sight-seeing cruises aboard a classic wooden yacht.

VIP Food Tour of Pike Place Market by Show Me Seattle

An intimate, guided food tour of the world-famous Pike Place Market that explores the back alleys, narrow corridors, & tiny storefronts with entertaining stories of the market’s history, legendary characters, & one-of-a-kind small businesses.

Seattle Sports

T-Mobile Park

Rain or shine, T-Mobile Park is a terrific setting for baseball with a unique, retractable roof that covers the playing field & stands. Just a 7 minute light rail ride from the hotel, you can also visit the Baseball Museum of the Pacific Northwest.

Alaska Airlines Field at Husky Stadium

Located on the campus of UW, Husky Stadium has been home to the Huskies of the Pac-12 Conference since 1920. Open on one end to overlook Lake Washington & the Cascade Mountains, this is one of the few football fields that can be accessed by boat