Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle's Southport puts you near the top cultural, dining, and recreational destinations in Seattle. Visit the Space Needle & Pike Place Market, explore Mount Rainier, discover Woodinville Wine Country, and much more. Whether you’re traveling with family or flying solo, you’ll never run out of things to see and do in Seattle.

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle's Southport

1053 Lake Washington Blvd N
Renton, Washington, United States, 98056

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Top Attractions

Seattle Center

Home of the Space Needle, Chihuly Glass Garden, MoPop, Pacific Science Center and more. Experience 360 degree views from the Space Needle or interactive and exhilarating exhibits at Chihuly Glass Garden, MoPop and the Pacific Science Center.

Pike Place Market

Seattle’s original Farmer’s Market. You will be surrounded by fresh produce, specialty foods and small business owners featuring their handmade crafts and more. Including 80 restaurants, the Seattle Aquarium, Great Wheel and Wings over Washington.

Arts and Culture

Seattle Theatre Group

Featuring the Paramount, Moore & Neptune Theatres. These theatres feature diverse performances of Musical Artists, Comedians, Performances, Musicals and more throughout the year. For shows and tickets, visit their website.

Parks + Recreation

Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park

Adjacent to the hotel, Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park is set on the shores of Lake Washington. Featuring a swimming beach, Children’s play area, boat launches, restaurants and more. The park is beautiful all times of the year!

Washington Park Arboretum UW Botanical Gardens

The Arboretum is a hidden gem on the shores of Lake Washington. This 230-acre preserve contains a dynamic assortment of plants & trees, some found nowhere else in the Northwest. Featuring one of the oldest Japanese gardens in North America.

Food + Drink

Peyrassol Café at Southport

The goal at Peyrassol is to prepare simple, rustic, homemade food with familiar flavors, served with passion and paired with an inspired wine selection and cocktails. Restaurant features a cozy atmosphere with changing seasonal menu.

The Landing (dining district)

Featuring fast, casual, and upscale dining options (Wild Fin American Grill, Vino, Red Robin, Panera, Panda Express, Trenchers Kitchen & Tap, Papaya Vietnamese Café, Five Guys, Torero's Mexican Restaurant, Wingstop, and more)

Family Attractions

Henry Moses Aquatic Center

Open from mid-June through Labor Day and located in the Northeast corner of the Cedar River Park, the HMAC offers a multitude of camps, lessons, programs, and special events that intertwine fitness and water play to create an enjoyable atmosphere.

KidsQuest Children's Museum

KidsQuest is a hands-on, interactive children’s museum that encourages learning through play with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Exhibits and programs are geared towards children 0-10 and their families.

Pacific Science Center

Pacific Science Center has a mission to ignite curiosity and fuel a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking. Rotating science exhibits plus laser light shows, a tropical butterfly house & IMAX movie theaters.

Woodland Park Zoo

92 Acre zoo divided into bioclimatic zones with natural habitats ranging from humid tropical rain forests & coastal deserts to temperate rain forests like those of the Pacific Northwest. Explore exhibits to get close to 1,100+ animals & 300 species.

Shopping

Chinatown-International District

The Chinatown-International District is a bustling hub for Seattle’s Asian-American communities. Featuring gift shops and markets selling imported goods.