Area Attractions

Explore downtown Seattle easily from our hotel in the heart of it all. Walk ten minutes to the waterfront for iconic attractions like Pike Place Market and the Seattle Aquarium. Discover the shopping scene at the Nordstrom Flagship Store and Pacific Place Shopping Center, both just steps from Grand Hyatt Seattle.

Grand Hyatt Seattle

721 Pine Street
Seattle, Washington, United States, 98101



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Seattle Fashion & Style

Pacific Place Shopping Center

Seattle's premier shopping, dining and entertainment center features Tiffany & Co., MaxMara and Coach along with J. Crew, Ann Taylor, L'Occitane, Barnes & Noble, and an 11-screen AMC Theatres complex. *SHOPPING CENTER IS OPEN THROUGH CONSTRUCTION*

Nordstrom Flagship Store

A Seattle retail legend, this flagship Nordstrom store in downtown Seattle is connected via skybridge to Pacific Place Shopping Center. Starting in Seattle in 1901, Nordstrom is a popular upscale department store chain that sells clothing, accessories, handbags, jewelry, cosmetics, fragrances, and home furnishings.

Pike Place Market

Since 1907, Pike Place Market has been the soul of Seattle and the source of some of the best locally grown produce, fresh seafood, specialty food, handmade gifts and independently owned shops and boutiques. From their humble beginnings, when farmers sold fruits and vegetables from horse-drawn carriages on the cobblestones; to today, as they welcome more than 15 million visitors annually.

Westlake Shopping Center

Located in downtown Seattle, Westlake Center is a four-story, glass enclosed retail pavilion (with a Food Court on the Upper Level) offering a mix of national retailers and a unique selection of the finest regional shops. The Center offers a high-energy, urban shopping environment. Open 10AM-8PM. *SHOPPING CENTER IS OPEN THROUGH CONSTRUCTION*

Classic Arts & Culture

Frye Art Museum

Dedicated to artistic inquiry, a rich visitor experience, and civic responsibility, the Frye’s primary catalyst for engagement with contemporary art and artists is Charles and Emma Frye’s founding collection of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century art by Munich-based artists. Admission is free.

Seattle Art Museum (SAM)

SAM has undergone an $86 million-dollar expansion. Drop in to see extensive permanent collections, exciting international exhibitions, and a diverse lineup of programs.

The Olympic Sculpture Park

Experience beautiful sculptures in an outdoor setting, while enjoying the incredible views and beauty of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound.

Paramount Theatre

Check the monthly schedule by genre to select the performance you’ll find most entertaining. The Paramount offers performances from hit Broadway Musicals to must-see Concerts and top-rated Comedy acts. The incredibly diverse schedule runs year-round. For more information check with the hotel concierge or the Paramount Box Office.

Seattle Sports

Centurylink Field

2.5 Miles
Home of Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders FC, located in the SODO district just 2.6 miles from the Grand Hyatt Seattle. The Seattle Seahawks NFL franchise celebrated its 40th year anniversary in 2015. With the loudest fans in the NFL, the 12s make the atmosphere at CenturyLink Field electric on gameday! The Seattle Sounders FC Major League Soccer franchised begain play in March, 2009. In its first three season the Sounders FC set league records for attendance (season and average per match).

T-Mobile Park

Since the Inaugural Game on July 15, 1999, T-Mobile Park has gained a reputation locally, regionally and nationally as a terrific setting for baseball and a great place for baseball fans. Sweeping views of Seattle's downtown skyline, breathtaking sunsets over Puget Sound, combined with excellent views of game action from all angles give fans at T-Mobile Park an experience unequaled in Major League Baseball.

Seattle Unique Outdoor Scene