Hyatt At Olive 8

Address: 1635 8th Avenue, Seattle, Washington, 98101, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Seattle, is near Boeing Space and Flight Center, Seattle Center Monorail, Washington State Convention & Trade Center, and Game Works.
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      Home of the Hawks

      A travel blog entry by on Aug 20, 2014

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      Hit the road early in anticipation of another long wait to cross the border. Better this time 45 mins instead of an hour and a half, but still painful. Drove straight to the Space Needle and had lunch and enjoyed the views. Not clear enough to see Mt. Rainier, which is visible only about 120 days of the year. Our kids (and everyone else's seemingly …

      Good afternoon Seattle! I'm listening.

      A travel blog entry by lolpol on Nov 18, 2013

      ... guide instead of a bus, and he was really twitchy incase I was a critic that they're all scared of. No idea what that was all about. Anyway, he was good, the tour was good, but the process of getting on it was a pain in the ****. Things I did on my own on other days were taking the monorail to the space needle and going up to the viewing platform (it's awesome), having a proper look around the market, getting a Starbucks from the first ever one, and generally snooping around shops ...

      Seattle, Washington, USA

      A travel blog entry by tunes_luvver on Jul 21, 2013

      ... and lots of other stuff. Loved the "Women Who Rock" exhibit the best, also the “Fantasy: World of Myth and Magic” exhibit. Pikes Place Market seemed too touristy for our taste, and there were a ton of people down there, so we did not bother with it. Overall Seattle felt really comfortable to me, loved the hip vibe, friendly down-home people, surprisingly steep streets and unique eclectic ...