Area Attractions

Explore new and exciting things to do while staying at Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Enjoy shopping and dining at The Bellevue Collection and visit Meydenbauer Bay Park, Bellevue Downtown Park and the all new Inspiration Playground. Visit our area attractions page to learn more.

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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 Din Tai Fung, Ascend 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.

Art and Culture

Seattle Art Museum

Stop by and take a peak at the SAM's growing collection of art from around the globe. From Ancient American Art to Modern & Contemporary pieces and rotating exhibits, the SAM is sure to have something for everyone. On a nice day, visit the Olympic Sculpture Park, and outdoor extension of the SAM, located on the edge of the city.

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/Chihuly Garden and Glass

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. Get the City Pass for savings on up to five activities.

Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)

Visit the museum's permanent exhibit, True Northest: The Seattle Journey and learn about Native American culture. Find out about the Seattle fire and how the city rebuilt itself or check out the rotating exhibits to learn more about history and culture.

Parks and Recreation

Bellevue Downtown Park & Meydenbauer Bay Waterfront Park

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. Just blocks away is the newly renovated Meydenbauer Bay Waterfront park. Pack your swimsuit and towel for a secluded beach day or take a walk out on the pedestrian pier for great views of Lake Washington.

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.

Snoqualmie Falls

Spend a day to explore the famous 270 foot waterfall and hiking paths. Learn about the history of the Snoqualmie Falls area and pick up some delicious pancake & waffle mix at the gift shop. After a hike, take a detour to visit Salish Lodge, a hotel at the top of the waterfall and enjoy some spectacular views while dining in one of two restaurants.

Bellevue Botanical Garden

Surround yourself with the colors of nature at the Bellevue Botanical Center. Enjoy over 10 different gardens as you walk the trails and winding paths around water features and hedges. Stop by for an educational gardening class or sign up for a watercolor session right on the garden grounds.

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.

Day Trips

Woodinville Wine Country

Located 12 miles north of Bellevue, Woodinville offers 118 wineries & tasting rooms, 14 microbrews and distillers, and 30 restaurants 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.

Bainbridge Island

Take a Ferry across the Puget Sound and immerse yourself in boutique shops, scenic vistas, and wine tasting in the small-town charm of Bainbridge. Bring your car and explore the many art and cultural places that the island has to offer or take a break and visit a beach for some whale watching opportunities. Don't forget your binoculars.

Whidby & Camano Islands

Explore the islands north of Seattle and enjoy views like no other. Swing by the local shops for treats and treasures, walk the beach and waterways or hop in a boat and try crabbing. There is so much heritage and beauty to explore.

The Summit at Snoqualmie

If you are the outdoorsy type, this day trip is for you. Take a trip into the mountains and bring your warm weather gear for Snow Tubing, Nordic Skiing, Snowshoeing and more in 1,994 acres of snow. Buy a ticket for the day or a season pass to last the winter. Afterwards, warm up with a hot toddy or cider at one of the many Summit restaurants.

Wellness

Relax and Rejuvenate

We are all about taking some "me" time to decompress. Pamper yourself with a little R&R by booking a signature facial or deep tissue massage. Take our skyways to Bellevue Square and try out InSpa or SkinSpirit Skincare Clinic and Spa. Around the corner by Lincoln Square, is Truce Spa with their cultural fusion massages. Just across 10th street is Yuan Spa, known for their hydrotherapy room and down the road is Gene Juarez, a well-known award winning salon.

Don't Sweat It!

Pack your fitness gear and get ready to enjoy your favorite routine. Our Stayfit fitness center provides all the materials you need to get your workout on, including two Peloton bikes. Switch up your workout and sign up for one of the many nearby classes in the area. TruFusion and Soulcycle are connected to the hotel and part of The Bellevue Collection. Other nearby options include; Orange Theory, Barre3, Flywheel, CorePower Yoga, LA Fitness, 24 Hour Fitness, The Pursuit, Bellevue Fit, CrossFit Amped and Sweat Equity Gym.

A New YOU!

Have a date night, wedding or girls night out planned? We've got you covered. Obadiah Salon and Blow Dry Bar are connected to the hotel from the first and second floor of the Wintergarden lobby. Just steps away from our circle drive is Drybar with their trendy and "tasty" style selections. Inside Bellevue Square, try a new color and cut at Seven Salon then stop by the Organic Nail Bar or head across the street to Recoop for a fresh set of polish.

Find Your Fuel

Being away from home can be an adventure or an added stress when trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle. At Eques, we've combined locally sourced ingredients to create a diverse menu that includes vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options like our vegetable hash. Grab an energy boosting smoothie at Jujubeet or a protein-packed sandwich at Homegrown to sate your post-workout appetite. Check out Araya's Place if you are looking for the local vegan hot spot. And don't forget to treat yourself! A little known secret, Pressed Juicery offers guilt-free desserts called Freeze, made from combo's of fruit, veggie, almond, and coconut.