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Sights and Attractions
Hop on the monorail at Westlake Shopping Center to see Seattle in 360 at the Space Needle. Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the city’s top attraction is newly renovated to feature the world’s first and only rotating glass floor with two café’s at the top to enjoy a bite to eat while you take in the city’s sights.
Seattle Waterfront1.1 MILES AWAY
Browse eclectic shops, taste fresh Pacific Northwest seafood at waterfront eateries, or cruise to the beautiful islands of the Puget Sound.
Pike Place Market0.7 MILES AWAY
Pike Place Market. Situated along the waterfront, the market was originally founded for produce growers to sell directly to consumers. Today, Pike Place Market is a Seattle historic attraction that inundates you with sights, sounds, aromas, and the best people-watching in town.
The Olympic Sculpture Park1.0 MILES AWAYles
Experience beautiful sculptures in an outdoor setting, while enjoying the incredible views and beauty of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound.
Seattle's First Starbucks0.8 MILES AWAY
Sip a cup of freshly brewed java from the spot of the original Starbucks coffee shop. This corner store at 1st and Pike is the gateway to the historic Pikes Place Market in Seattle.
Starbuck’s Reserve Roastery
Combining the art and craft of coffee into an experience and environment that brings coffee to life. The ever evolving Primo menu of eclectic coffees, pastries and cocktails will truly have you sleepless in the roastery of Capitol Hill.
Mount Rainier65.3 MILES AWAY
An active stratovolcano (also known as a composite volcano), Mount Rainier is a glacier, a rainforest and subalpine ecology.
Wineries and Breweries
Columbia Winery17.2 MILES AWAY
Founded in 1962 by a group of UW professors on a belief that European viniferous vines could survive the harsh Washington winters; the result is literally “the fruit of the wine”.
Chateau Ste. Michelle17.3 MILES AWAY
Taste award-winning Chardonnay, Merlot, Riesling and Cabernet at one of the state's oldest wineries located just 15 miles northeast of Seattle on 87 wooded acres.
ELYSIAN BREWING4.1 Miles
Elysian Taproom located in Seattle's historical Georgetown neighborhood, in the North Building of their Airport Way Brewery. All ages welcome, dogs are ok too!
Redhook Ale Brewery0.7 MILES AWAY
Taste the microbrew that put Seattle on the map with a distinctive offering of Northwestern draft beers. The complex includes a visitor center, production facility and a restaurant..
Centurylink Field2.4 MILES AWAYles
Home of World Champions Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders FC, located in the SODO district just a 7-minute light-rail ride away from the Grand Hyatt Seattle. With the loudest fans in the NFL, home of the 12th man, the atmosphere at CenturyLink Field is electric on gameday! The Seattle Sounders FC Major League Soccer, Seattle’s newest World Champion franchise began play in March, 2009 setting league records for attendance.
T-Mobile Park2.5 Miles
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. While enjoying a Seattle Dog and cheering on the Mariners, fans at T-Mobile Park will have an experience unequaled in Major League Baseball. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks because the sweeping city views on an open dome game day will make you want to come back.
Lumen Field (updated name from CenturyLink Field)
Home of World Champions Seattle Seahawks and the Seattle Sounders FC, Lumen Field is just a 7-minute light-rail ride away from the Grand Hyatt Seattle. With the loudest fans in the NFL, the atmosphere at Lumen Field is electric on gameday! The Seattle Sounders FC Major League Soccer, Seattle’s newest World Champion franchise began play in March, 2009 setting league records for attendance.