Grand Hyatt Seattle renovation underway

Grand Hyatt Seattle is nearing the completion of a $6.3-million renovation that updates guestroom decor, expands the number of rooms from 425 to 457 and will refresh the property's Grand Club lounge. The property is located in the heart of Seattle's retail and theater district.

Each guestroom received new Sapelle Mahogany solid wood work desks with pop-up electrical plugs, TV armoires and nightstands, contemporary nightstand lamps with dimmable LED lighting, and bedside electrical outlets. The rooms also have new chairs, ottomans and decorative window treatments to match the brown and cream color scheme.

Inspired by the colors and landscape of the Pacific Northwest, the 1,200-square-foot Grand Club will also receive a complete facelift with new wood and stone surfaces, modern metal fixtures and furniture. The Grand Club refresh is expect to be completed in July.


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Located near the Seattle Convention Center, Grand Hyatt Seattle has 457 guestrooms, all fully furnished with a modern design, plush Grand Beds, iHome docks and access to a complimentary 24-hour StayFit fitness center, steam room, sauna and more. The property is also home more than 25,000 square feet of function space, including a 5,671-square-foot ballroom, amphitheater and 18 additional meeting rooms. 

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