Hyatt at Olive 8
|#15 in Best Seattle Hotels|
|Hotel Class 4.0-star||Critic Rating Moderate||
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The Hyatt at Olive 8 is the city's first hotel to be LEED certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. Everything from the water system and the plumbing fixtures to the native plant-based landscaping are designed with ecological efficiency in mind. Even the in-house restaurant, Urbane, touts its eco-friendliness, planning menus around the produce available from local farmers. Most love this Hyatt’s green practices as well as the convenient locale minutes from hotspots like Pike Place Market, though some recent travelers complain about thin walls in already cramped guest rooms. Despite the smaller size, guest rooms feature iPod docking stations, 37-inch flat-screen TVs and Portico bath products. If you're a Hyatt Gold Passport holder, you can earn extra perks and points toward free nights.
- #15 in Best Seattle Hotels
- #19 in Best Washington Hotels
- #22 in Hyatt Group Hotels & Resorts
- #18 in Hyatt Hotels
- AAA/CAA Four Diamond Lodgings 2015
- Fodor's Choice
- Frommer's Highly Recommended
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