We connect guests to the heart of the action so you’ll never miss a moment of adventure. Nearby transportation hubs lead to every gem the Emerald City has to offer. For additional ideas, visit the Area Attractions page at our sister hotels: Grand Hyatt Seattle & Hyatt Regency Seattle.
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Take a peaceful stroll along Seattle’s waterfront. An offshoot of the Seattle Art Museum, this park features numerous sculptures spread over 9 acres. The Olympic Sculpture Park is open & FREE to the public 365 days a year!
This is your chance to experience high performance racing yachts at your own pace. Bring your own food & beverage & sit back as our highly skilled crew do all the work. Two gorgeous vessels combine to create Seattle's Favorite Sailing Experience.
A 534-acre park on the shores of Puget Sound in the Magnolia neighborhood, it is the city's largest public park & contains over 11 miles of walking trails. United Indians of All Tribes' Daybreak Star Cultural Center is within the park's boundaries.
Catch the Monorail from downtown (just 3 blocks from our front door) to Seattle Center. Featuring the iconic Space Needle, MoPop, & the zero carbon Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle Center has no shortage of activities for your Seattle adventures.
Taste your way from the cocoa farm to chocolate bar journey. You’ll get an inside view of the factory to see where the magic happens as well as indulge in a wide range of treats made from fair-trade cocoa beans, from nationwide bestsellers to hand-crafted confections.
Hop on the SLU Streetcar to explore the Center for Wooden Boats & MOHAI. Grab a bite to eat at Daniel’s Broiler, rent a Kayak from Moss Bay to enjoy some time on the water watching Seaplanes, & discover unique neighborhoods of floating homes.
Washington State Ferries is the largest ferry operator in the United States & connects the city of Seattle to communities on Puget Sound. Hop the ferry from Pier 52 for a destination day trip to Bainbridge or Bremerton Islands.
Located in a beautiful, light filled café, you can learn more about single origin coffees & preparation in a classic 1920’s auto row building. On select Friday’s at 11am, free, public coffee cuppings that are part ritual, part mini class.
Founded in 1980, this is where the coffee craze truly started in Seattle. Grab a hot cup at the famous walk-up window location on the Pike St. side of the historical building that formerly housed the Coliseum Theater.
Located on the top floor of the Corner Market building at First & Pike in Pike Place Market, this Seattle-based, artisan coffee roaster is on a mission to end human trafficking & has great views of the famous market sign.
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.