Offering 457 stylish guestrooms and suites, the Grand Hyatt Seattle combines convenient location, luxurious accommodations, and state-of-the-art facilities with unparalleled services. The guestroom entrance includes stone flooring and ledges, welcoming Onyx lighting which leads to an over sized four fixture bathroom with cast iron deep soaking tub and separate glass enclosed shower of Carrara Marble. Over 25,000 square feet of flexible meeting space.
Fantastic and clean rooms, and amazing staff. Would love to visit again.
Should provide free drinking water
Nice quiet room, large very nice bathroom, helpful friendly staff, overall an excellent 4 star hotel. Winter rates are very reasonable, summer not so much...Good food and shopping with in walking distance, all except for breakfast, never did find a "good" breakfast despite paying $45 for two. I'll be back.
Parking. Valet $45 / Self $30. Saturday nights self parking is full.
View and room was very nice. Great service.
Bedding is not very comfortable. Feels like all you have is a sheet on your bed. Super short bath tub.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. I reserved a king suite and the bathroom and tub were amazing. I also liked the push button shades that allow you to completely darken the room. For breakfast one morning I ordered room service and it arrived on time and was delicious. The pillows were comfortable. Starbucks is located right downstairs!
Two of my "clean" towels had a lot of hairs that were not mine. In fact one had a big hair ball folded in it. That was kinda nasty to find after taking a bath. The bed was not very comfortable and made my back hurt. I thought since it was firm that my back would love it but I was wrong.
Want a spa on location
The room was very nice and modern, bed was comfy, and the workout facilities were excellent! Nice to have a Starbucks, deli, and sushi restaurant attached to the hotel.
Didn't like that I had to pay for access to the internet. $10/day for low speed, $15/day for high speed. A nice place like this shouldn't nickle-and-dime its customers, especially when even the cheapest Motel 6 usually offers free wi-fi these days.