City Info


Seattle: Seaport City. Technology Hub. Home of the Seahawks, the Mariners and the Sounders. Culture. Nature. With so many things to do, you’ll find yourself thinking, “How did I ever live without the Pacific Northwest?” Below are just a few of the many attractions and activities offered in the Seattle Area. For more options, check out the Hyatt Regency Area Attractions page.

Hotel Dining

  • THE MARKET: Light snacks, coffee and sundries available 24/7.
  • WATER’S TABLE: Farm-to-table Asian-inspired cuisine and alfresco dining.

Nearby Dining

  • PEYRASSOLE CAFE: Two-minute walk across the parking lot. Simple, rustic, homemade food with familiar flavors.
  • TORERO’S: Local family dining where signature ingredients create authentic Mexican plates.
  • TRENCHERS KITCHEN: Handcrafted food with local ingredients. Small batch liquors and a large selection of craft beer.
  • VINO AT THE LANDING: Specializes in wines from near and far paired with delicious food options.
  • WILD FIN: Neighborhood restaurant featuring Northwest meats, fresh fish, seafood and produce.

Attractions

  • BALLARD LOCKS: A National Historic Site. See large ships, small boats and salmon travel through the locks, the Nation’s busiest in vessel traffic.
  • BILL SPEIDEL’S UNDERGROUND TOUR: Visit the interconnecting tunnels of Seattle historic underground.
  • FUTURE OF FLIGHT – AVIATION CENTER & BOEING TOUR: Located 25 miles north of Seattle, the Boeing Tour is a one-of-a kind opportunity to view 747, 767, 777, and 787 Dreamliner’s on the assembly line before they take to the sky. 90-minute tour.
  • CENTURY LINK FIELD: Home to the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders. Hour and a half tours are available for any football or soccer fan.
  • CHIHULY GARDEN AND GLASS: Enter Dale Chihuly’s world of wonder and color at his long-term exhibition of glass blown masterpieces, which opened at the Seattle Center in 2012.
  • CHINATOWN INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT: The bustling hub for Seattle’s Asian-American communities. Noodle houses, sushi and dim sum restaurants.
  • PACIFIC SCIENCE CENTER:  Awesome science center in Seattle, Washington with a mission to ignite curiosity and fuel a passion for discovery, experimentation, and critical thinking.
  • PIKE PLACE MARKET:  Seattle’s original farmers market, established in 1907.  Seafood, gifts, crafts and the only place on earth to watch expert fish tossing!
  • SEATTLE AQUARIUM: Plan a full day to see wildlife, geological, cultural, and science exhibits.
  • WOODLAND PARK ZOO: World famous zoo home to more than 4,000 animals.

Shopping

  • THE LANDING: Less than one mile away you will find this pedestrian-friendly mall is packed with shopping, restaurants, and more.