Area Attractions

Our location within The Bellevue Collection makes it easy to enjoy the Northwest’s premier shopping, dining and nightlife destination in downtown Bellevue. Consisting of three upscale complexes—Bellevue Place, Lincoln Square, and Bellevue Square—The Bellevue Collection offers plenty of things to do for everyone. Head out for a day of shopping in over 200+ stores and boutiques, dine at more than 45 different restaurants, and explore the many entertainment options available.

Hyatt Regency Bellevue on Seattle's Eastside

900 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, Washington, United States, 98004-4272

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Shopping

The Bellevue Collection

Check out new shops, new restaurants, new experiences, and 24/7 fun at The Bellevue Collection. Shop the latest trends at over 200 retail stores. Meet, greet, and eat at some of the top Bellevue restaurants, including Pearls Seafood and Oyster Bar and Ruth’s Chris Steak House.

Shops in Old Bellevue on Main Street

Take a visit to Main Street in Old Bellevue and search for unique finds and enjoy great food. Whether you’re in search of delectable desserts, jewelry, home-décor, fashion, bustling bars and café’s or just a quiet cup of coffee, they all can be found in this small vibrant neighborhood.

The Shops at The Bravern

Enjoy shopping at some of the most luxury brands in the world, featuring endless inspiration and style for local and international fashion enthusiasts. Take a stroll and window shop through the outdoor corridor or meet up with friends at John Howie Steak for a premier dining experience.

Crossroads Bellevue

Crossroad Bellevue is a one-of-a-kind shopping, dining, and entertainment destination that features live music, family fun, a farmer’s market and community events. Popular stores include Bed Bath & Beyond, Cost Plus World Market, Gamestop, and Pier 1 Imports.

Indoor Activities

The Bellevue Collection

Just across the sky bridge, shop 200 stores and enjoy a wide selection of dining options. Check out the Parlor Billiards & Comedy Club, take the kids to Lucky Strike Lanes & Power Arcade, or choose between two cinemas – Lincoln Square Cinema or Cinemark Reserve (21+) for an evening of fun entertainment. 425.454.8096

Bellevue Art Museum

The BAM is a center for exploring art and craft of all mediums. From paintings to furniture and jewelry, the museum is exploding with creative pieces from some of the region’s finest artists. Visit for free on the first Friday of every month.

Seattle Center

Take a day to visit 3 attractions in one location. View the rotating exhibits at the Pacific Science Center with hands-on activities for children of all ages, a planetarium and a 3D IMAX theater. Next door, visit the Chihuly Garden and Glass and around the corner take an elevator to the top of the iconic Space Needle.

Woodinville Wine Country

Located 12 miles north of Bellevue, Woodinville offers 118 wineries & tasting rooms, 14 microbrews and distillers, and 30 restaurant and eateries for you to choose from. Book a tour for a group outing or plan your trip with a map from the concierge desk. Visit Chateau Ste. Michelle, the winery that started it all.

Outdoor Activities

Bellevue Park Downtown

A 21-acre oasis in the heart of Bellevue. Great for pets and children of all ages! A ½ mile circular path provide exercise for walker and joggers while the Inspiration Playground’s interactive features engage the senses and delight the kids. Spread a blanket on the lawn, bring a picnic and enjoy the outdoors.

Burke-Gilman Trail

Walk, run, skate or bike along this popular trail that starts at the Golden Gardens Park in Seattle and follows the curve of Lake Washington. The 27-mile long path with views of famous landmarks and historic waterfronts connects to Sammamish River trail for another 18.9 mile stretch to the Eastside.

Enatai Beach

Only a short drive away from the hotel, this quaint little beach offers a playground, swim area and picnic tables with kayak and paddle board rentals in the summer months. Play in the shallow waters by the beach or hop on a board or boat and explore the Puget Sound.

Washington Park Arboretum

An expansive 230 acres of beautiful plants cover the grounds of the Washington Park Arboretum. Take a guided tour or wander through the Japanese Garden and other world-class collections that the park has to offer. Visit the visitor’s center for more information and stop by the gift shop for a souvenir.

Family Attractions

Kid’s Quest Children’s Museum

Plan a visit to the Kid’s Quest Children’s Museum and let young minds explore, play and learn in a dynamic atmosphere. The museum offers an interactive environment and hands-on activities designed to engage kids from toddlers to age eight.

Stone Gardens Rock Climbing

Sign up the kids for the Junior Programs at Stone Gardens Rock Climbing. These programs provide a playful and engaging environment designed for juniors, along with offering fun climbing games and teaching coordination skills.

Woodland Park Zoo

Meet over 300 species of animals in this 92 acre zoo. Visit a baby gorilla, get up close to a giraffe, pet a goat, and learn about animal habitats and care. Plan a birthday party or book a private tour to meet the animals in a behind-the-scenes tour. Shop the zoo store for souvenirs of your favorite Woodland Park Zoo animal.

Seattle Aquarium

Exhibit the wonderful sea life of the Puget Sound. View fish and sharks from an underwater dome, touch and explore the tide pool critters, and watch a dive show from a 120,000-gallon mammoth Aquarium full of 800 fish and invertebrates local to the Pacific Northwestern region.