I have to say walking in to this hotel is quite nice. The music playing in the lobby is cool, calm and serene. The rooms are good, but not spectacular. The bathrooms do steal the show - although they don't have a bathtub - at least in the king deluxe it doesn't.
The space is ample, but I overlooked a roof top so be sure to ask for a higher floor than say 7.
The gym is well equipped and the pool actually has the capability of doing laps which is rare.
All in all a good hotel, but i wouldn't' switch loyalty programs to stay at this Hyatt.
It's a good hotel...with no major complaints.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Seattle Green Hotel. Sleek modern design and environmental responsibility converge seamlessly at Hyatt at Olive 8. Designed to be the first LEED certified hotel in the city, Seattle’s newest hotel represents a new echelon for sustainability in the Pacific Northwest. Boasting an array of innovative energy and water saving features, the hotel offers guests the ability to continue their sustainable lifestyle while traveling. A few blocks outside our glass doors are historic Pike Place Market and Puget Sound. Eco-friendly dining and spa amenities present a resort atmosphere in a vibrant city setting. Exuding the best of the Pacific Northwest spirit, brilliant form is combined with environmental function to create a new definition of luxury in downtown Seattle. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt At Olive 8 Hotel Seattle
- Hyatt Hotel Seattle
- At Olive 8 Hyatt