Area Attractions

Find fun activities during your stay at Hyatt.

Hyatt House Seattle/Downtown

201 Fifth Avenue North
Seattle, Washington, United States, 98109

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Local Food + Drink

Tilikum Place Café

0.1 MILES AWAY
European-style bistro & bar offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch.

Bambino’s Pizzeria

0.2 MILES AWAY
Wood-fired thin-crust pizzas, calzones & gelato plus craft beers & wine in a casual, airy setting.

Starbucks Reserve Roastery

1.2 MILES AWAY
A must visit for coffee lovers, this Reserve Roastery gives visitors the opportunity to taste many of Starbuck’s most rare coffee blends, specialty drinks and delicious food items.

Local Attractions

Pike Place Market

1.4 MILES AWAY
This public market over-looking Elliott Bay is a must visit attraction in Seattle.

Pier 66

0.9 MILES AWAY
Take in the stunning views of downtown Seattle and the Bay while enjoying some of the most delicious dining in the city or simply go for a stroll down the boardwalk.

Woodland Park Zoo

4 MILES AWAY
Spend the day at Woodland Park Zoo and check out the cool exhibits with nearly 1,100 animals representing almost 300 different animal species.

Seattle Center

0.4 MILES AWAY
Seattle Center is a premier urban park and home to the Seattle’s finest cultural and educational organizations, sports teams, community programs, entertainment venues, and festivals.

SafeCo Field

3 MILES AWAY
We are just a short drive to the home to Major League Baseball team the Seattle Mariners.

CenturyLink Field

3.4 MILES AWAY
Seattle’s rabid professional sports fan-base descends upon CenturyLink Field every home game, an experience you will not want to miss.

Art + Museums

Museum of Pop Culture

0.4 MILES AWAY
The Museum of Pop Culture serves as a gateway to reach multiple generations of music lovers through its expansive collections of exhibitions, and educational programs, using interactive technologies.

Chihuly Garden and Glass

0.5 MILES AWAY
Witness breathtaking blown glass sculptures and installations by Dale Chihuly just steps from the Space Needle.