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Hyatt Place Seattle/Downtown is in the heart of the city, affording guests at the hourly rooms great views of the Olympic Mountains, plus free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, and more. In the vicinity visitors can enjoy a range of attractions including the zoo, museums, and the iconic Space Needle.
Diverse Dining – On-site dining is available within the hotel, and if you’re exploring the local area there are plenty of culinary options. If a traditional pub and German fare, including imported beer and sport on TV, tickle your fancy then Feierabend will be right up your street. Barbecue and American mains are on the menu at Cask & Trotter, with local beers and bourbons to wash it all down. Craving Korean cuisine? Then pay Stone Korean Restaurant a visit, and try the seafood pancake. Other nearby styles include Mexican, Chinese, and Italian.
Space Needle – Seattle’s Space Needle is a short walk from the day rooms, an iconic 605 feet tall structure that offers stunning views of the cityscape from its observation deck. You can also feast your eyes whilst dining at the rotating restaurant within.
Woodland Park Zoo – Woodland Park Zoo is to the north of the hotel and home to almost 300 assorted species. There are hulking gorillas and comical penguins, the ultra-cute red panda, plus the endangered and elegant snow leopard to admire. In summer, concerts are held and there’s a play area indoors.
Magnificent Museums – The Museum of Pop Culture is right by the Space Needle, and exhibits a range of objects with famous owners from Bob Dylan to Bo Diddley, and Pearl Jam fans will enjoy their dedicated exhibit. Adjacent is Chihuly Garden and Glass, an art museum with a sculpture garden showing off Dale Chihuly’s larger than life works in glass.
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