Area Attractions

Our downtown hotel is walking distance to the city’s most iconic attractions, including the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and Chihuly Garden and Glass. Venture farther and immerse yourself in the Pacific Northwest’s incredible landscapes, like Bainbridge Island, Mount Rainier National Park, and beyond. 

Hyatt Regency Seattle

808 Howell Street
Seattle, Washington, United States, 98101



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Art + Culture

Hiking Family
Tourist City View

Food + Drink


Savor the bounty of regional seafood with fresh, seasonal fare and bold flavors. The menu incorporates seafood-focused dishes that are great to share with friends or enjoy solo as you sit back with the locals, including the signature Lobster Mac & Cheese, Seasonal fresh seafood dip and locally sourced Tidal flat oysters.

Ruth Chris Steakhouse at the Grand Hyatt Seattle

Located in the lobby of the Grand Hyatt Seattle, Ruth's Chris Steak House is the quintessential spot for the best seared and sizzled plates in Seattle.

Family Attractions

Seattle Waterfront

Stroll along Seattle’s scenic waterfront harbor, peppered with seafood restaurants, shops, and the Seattle Great Wheel—a Ferris wheel offering panoramic views from the top.


Day Trips

Bainbridge Island

Hop on the Washington State Ferry for a boat ride to this quaint island—just 35 minutes away from downtown Seattle—where you can shop historic Main Street, dine at family-owned restaurants, and go wine-tasting.

Mount Rainier National Park

Just two hours southeast of Seattle is the vast expanse of wilderness known as Mt. Rainier National Park. Go for a hike on more than 260 miles of trails, which offer incredible views of the volcano.

Skagit River Eagle Tours

Float down the Skagit River in search of bald eagles; from December through March, the river banks are home to the country’s largest concentration of wintering bald eagles in their natural habit.

Snoqualmie Falls

Marvel at this 268-foot waterfall that cascades down into the Snoqualmie River, just 30 miles outside the city. More than 1.5 million visitors make the trek annually to see the falls.

Parks + Recreation