I fell in love with the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Why? You ask. Well, it was the first time I’ve had a night away from my kids in about a year and it was glorious. When I found myself all alone, sitting in peace and quiet, eating the brownies they brought me at turn-down time, wearing the complimentary slippers and robe I almost cried. It may sound odd, but I was having the best time ever! First off, my room was huge and the wifi worked great. The average nightly rate for this room is $169, substantially less than a hotel in it’s class in downtown Seattle. Parking here costs about the same as the other hotels around Seattle, but they do offer FREE PARKING on Friday and Saturday nights. I had an ultra-comfortable king Hyatt Grand Bed® fitted with luxurious linens over lavish pillow-top mattressesI
- 732 guest rooms and suites ranging from a standard king to the 1,500 square-foot Chairman Suite
I enjoyed having a desk to work at, but loved having a sitting chair with an ottoman to relax in. Did I mention that the wifi worked flawlessly. I also did quite a bit of shopping right across the street at the Bellevue Collection aka the fancy pants mall with over 250 shops and eateries. I was able to walk over to the mall through their walkway system, meaning not in the cold and rain.
I stayed extremely well feed throughout the entire visit! The room service menu was fantastic. At turn-down they brought me a plate of brownies I told myself not to eat all of them, but I did.
One of the hotel’s best features is the workout room! Complimentary access to 7,000 square foot fitness facility not to mention the heated 25 meter lap pool.
At the Hyatt in Bellevue, WA. They let me tour their fitness room. The space was amazing with everything you’d expect in a complete gym. If you’re planning on staying in the Seattle/Bellevue area the Hyatt is a MUST! #HyattBelle #seattle #bellevue #fitfam A photo posted by Coach Dawna (@coachdawna) on
I wish I had taken more pictures of the lobby. It was a great space. It even had a coffee table that was a huge computer.
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