Olive 8 Seattle
Amazing Downtown Style
Hyatt at Olive 8 is the latest hotel marvel to hit down town Seattle. Hyatt properties are known for excellent customer service, new technological innovations, and plush accommodations. This new addition to the Hyatt family brings rejuvenation and culture right into the heart of Seattle. Towering over 8th street and Olive, the Hyatt has now finally opened their doors after the long awaited arrival. With a January 2009 kick off the Hyatt at Olive 8 is surely setting a benchmark in amidst hotel culture in Seattle. From the boasting surroundings to the well thought out structure, the Hyatt truly encompasses a brand of excellence.
The clientele or average guest that might choose to stay at Hyatt will appreciate every detail put in to the interior design of this property as well as the savvy guest perks. Situated only three blocks from Pacific Place shopping, the ever so grand Nordstrom flagship store, and numerous cuisine options this Hyatt is a sure bet for the traveler who wishes to take in all of what the city of Seattle has to offer. With that said this hotel is perfect for adult travelers both business and pleasure.
Hyatt at Olive 8 has 346 luxurious and well appointed guest rooms. It must be mentioned for all the earth conscious travelers that Hyatt is a certified Green Hotel. Many amenities in each guest room will reflect Hyatt’s attempt to help in the earth conservation project. Hyatt at Olive 8 is excited to unveil their Green Roof Garden to all it’s guests. All guestrooms at the brand new Hyatt hotel have 37 inch flat screen televisions. For all the music enthusiasts, feel free to bring your personal iPod because the Hyatt is proud to present the iHome Stereo with iPod dock. If you are traveling on business, every guestroom at the Hyatt has a personal desk with ample work space and Wi-Fi. The Hyatt really has touched all bases in the rooms department. Each room is furnished with plush bedding and high end pampering toiletries.
If your idea of traveling to a hotel is one in which includes pampering and luxury the Hyatt at Olive 8 introduces Elaia Spa which is projected to open in March 2009. The Hyatt does have a fitness center and indoor pool. The pool is only for guests eighteen years of age and older because of deep depths. The pool is expected to open mid February.
Hyatt at Olive 8 offers guests many choices involving dining. The hotel offers room service from 6:00 am to 12:00 am daily. The Hyatt also offers a full intimate dining experience at Urbane which is located directly off the lobby. For casual morning fare, check out the coffee bar. At night the quaint coffee bar evolves into an eclectic wine bar. What ever your taste, you are bound to find it and indulge at Hyatt.
Valet parking is available for $34 per night for hotel guests. Off site parking is also available in neighboring parking facilities. Street parking is always free on Saturdays after 6:00 pm and on Sundays. The location of Hyatt at Olive 8 is busy since it is in the center of the shopping and theater district so choose your mode of transportation wisely. If traveling via airplane into SeaTac, shuttle service and town car service is available at a nominal price usually at a flat rate to and from the hotel and airport.
The Hyatt at Olive 8 is a young hotel, but very mature and poised. The impeccable service and welcoming personalities at the Hyatt will offer its guests and visitors a place to feel relaxed and completely comfortable. Since this is a new hotel stay tuned for upcoming specials and advances in all of Hyatt’s guest offerings.
1816 8th Avenue , Seattle
By: Nicole Logan, Copyright SFTravel LLC