Grand Hyatt Seattle
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hyatt Seattle
Room was nice. I had a smoking room, that had an air filter machine. Not sure how well it worked. Bathroom was amazing, one of the best I've seen. Hotel staff were helpful and friendly. Room service food was great. There was a 2 tier charge for wi-fi. One was around $10 and a faster connection at $15. I honestly can't see why wi-fi isn't free. However, I can't complain, as I had problems logging in, so the nice lady at reception gave me a access code, and I got it for free (thank you!).
Great location...close to everywhere you need to be. Would definitely stay there again!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Grand Hyatt Seattle
Great location, great rooms, great hotel!
Had a marvelous long weekend at the Grand Hyatt Seattle. High praises for the staff and the large and modern rooms. Extremly comfortable beds. Huge bathroom. If you are able to spend some extra money on a suite, go for it! Excellent location, jst a short walk to the waterfront. Great shopping just next door. This will be our place to stay in Seattle. Thanks to the staff and the management!
We spent a week in our former home town recently and thoroughly enjoyed the Elliott Grand. The staff is tremendous. Only complaints would be the room service took longer than we were told, and the restaurant (727) was COLD. Lots of AC going on! The room was great, the bed very comfortable. Bathrooms are spacious. Starbucks in the lobby!
We were highly disappointed on our trip to the Elliott Grand Hyatt in Seattle. We had made our reservations directly with the hotel and had our confirmation number, the person's name we spoke with and we thought, everything in order. We were greeted by a cool, aloof front desk. They would not honor the rate of our confirmation. Finally after talking to the manager, they did honor the first two nights rate, but not the last three. The room were nice, if a bit austere. Needless to say, we changed our last three nights and stayed at The Vintage Park Hotel, a boutique hotel nearby. The front desk there was most accommodating and the room was spectacular, all for a much lower price. We would definitely recommend the Vintage Park over the Elliott Grand Hyatt.
Very nice staff!
Every person who worked there was very kind, it was also a great location. Very clean. One thing my husband and I could never get used to was knowing where our room was, we always went the wrong way because everything looked the same, but that was probably just us!
The best Seattle hotel, period!
I travel frequently on business to Seattle and have stayed at many of the hotels in the downtown area. The Grand Hyatt is hands down the best hotel in the downtown Seattle area.
I love Seattle!
A friend and I just returned from a week in WA. We visited Seattle and stayed at the Elliot Grand Hyatt. What a wonderful hotel. The rooms are large and well appointed, luxury bathrooms and good beds. What makes it special is a very high quality staff. Led by Christina at the front desk, they make service a priority, giving each guest very individualized attention and courtesies. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Seattle.
This is a wonderful hotel. The rooms are extremely clean and tasteful.
The bathrooms are huge and lovely. Got a great deal through an internet company. Made our stay all the more delightful.
Far from sleepless in this Seattle palace
This hotel is understated elegance at its best. There are no fine antiques or stuffy furnishings. Instead, the hotel boats calming neutral tones with tastefully clean lines. The bathrooms are sumptious with fine marble and granite. The separate shower, soaking tub, and waterfall-like faucet are exquisite. The views are also fantastic, especially from a corner suite (which I was upgraded to free of charge just for asking!). The rooms are furnished with rich fabrics and appealing details like fresh bamboo arrangements. The hotel's restaurant--727 Pine--is also first rate and housed in a fabulous setting. The fitness facility was also great--each machine has its own flat screen television. And, the high speed internet access was a nice touch in all of the rooms. Last, but certainly not least, the hotel is ideally situated in the heart of Seattle's best attractions. Be sure to peruse all of the available rates and specials online...there is a great range of rates you could pay and you certianly want to get a deal if! you can.
Perfect for Lovers
We requested a view of the Space Needle for New Year's Eve, not really thinking it would be possible. We ended up with a great view and a spectacular fireworks display. After the fireworks, we used the electric blackout to welcome the New Year in private. The "Celebration Package" that we booked, came with a bottle of Champagne, fresh chocolate covered strawberies, bath salts and continental breakfast. It was the perfect combination for a romantic evening for two. The room was beautiful and the service was excellent. The oversized bathtub and separate shower added a relaxing feeling that made the evening memorable. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who wanted to slip away into a romantic and perfect evening with someone they love.
Great Room at good price, a little understaffed at the front desk.
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... and just had the most fun. Anyone visiting Seattle just has to go! Another of Steph's plans was to see a music artist called Lucinda Williams who is a mix of country, folk, jazz and a bit of rock, for her friend, Nicole's birthday. The concert was in the Seattle zoo so, I was able to see some cool wildlife before the music began (i am not sure whether I agree with zoos now but they were making paper out of recycled elephant poo and I thought at least this one seems to ...
... getting through. The Hardrock Cafe was right across the street and I knew it would be a loud night for sure.
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I fled that festival place ...
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... the drivers! Carole and John shared the load - and it was a big load! Now sitting sipping wine on the porch by the lake, and in a while we will go out to a pan Asian restaurant for dinner. So perfect! What a great first week. Will take one photo of the scene right now. (Not a very good one, can't work out how to edit and lighten it. Will have to wait and do it with Ted. He always likes to help me edit ...
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