Happy Wednesday! As a lot of you probably read from my blog post last week, What We Did For Valentine’s Day This Year, you know that my boyfriend, Josh, and I actually had a little staycation in downtown Seattle at the Hyatt House to celebrate Valentine’s Day. The Hyatt House downtown was the perfect place to spend our night and I am so excited to share everything we loved about the hotel with you all today!
The Hyatt House Downtown Seattle definitely made us feel like we were at home with its cozy rooms and atmosphere. I seriously fell in love with the furniture pieces of the room, the fact that it provided us with basically everything we could ever need from a hotel room, and the great views of the city, lower Queen Anne, and the Space Needle located right across the street.
The Hyatt House is usually best for extended-stay visits, but still just as great for our one-night stay. I seriously wanted my room/future apartment to look like the inside of our hotel room, I just could not get over how much I loved the furniture pieces and the look of the entire room. Our kitchenette had a microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher, mini-fridge, sink, stove top, and some dishes that were all great to have, especially since we had quite a bit of leftovers from our Valentine’s dinner at Hamanasu.
Outside of our room, the hotel offered some great amenities such as a fitness center, restaurant/bar with a complimentary breakfast, small market at the front desk to pick up some snacks and other travel necessities, rooftop patio, and parking garage. I seriously live for rooftop patios in the city, I love the relaxing vibes on the rooftop while overlooking the city, it really is the perfect hangout spot. Unfortunately for us, it’s February in Seattle so the rooftop patio was all wet from the snowstorm and rain we had a couple weeks ago but was still a great place to hang out for a little bit and take in all the different views of the city. The rooftop patio has a small serving area for get-togethers and patio heaters to warm up, with cute and cozy lounge chairs too.
While the Hyatt House is not located in the heart of downtown, I would consider it walking distance to a lot of Seattle’s top attractions. Located right next to the Space Needle and Seattle Center there is so much to see and do such as go to the top of the Space Needle, see the Chihuly Garden and Glass, the IMAX theater, and the EMP Museum. We didn’t want to drive the car around the city and pay for parking everywhere we went so we just decided to walk everywhere and it worked out just as well. We walked to Westlake Center which is one of the main shopping areas downtown and then walked up to 5th avenue afterward for dinner at Hamanasu. You get to see so much on the walk too such as walking by The Spheres at Amazon headquarters, the shopping areas, and even down to Pike Place Market and the waterfront if you want to visit there as well.
Whether you’re staying in Seattle for an extended period of time or a short-term visit, the Hyatt House is the perfect place to stay to make you feel right at home and a great location to see some of Seattle’s top attractions. I can’t wait to stay at Hyatt again in the future, I enjoyed our stay so much!
Thanks for reading!