Home to a thriving tech hub and a dining scene to match, it’s no wonder some of the globe’s biggest business events choose to come to Seattle. Waterfront views abound, culture is rich and business awaits. The Hyatt Regency Seattle is the city’s preeminent meeting and event destination in the city—setting the stage for meaningful connections and bringing visitors the most authentic Seattle experience around.
1. At the Heart of It All
The Hyatt Regency Seattle sits at the heart of downtown Seattle. Steps away from the city’s top attractions, it’s the most convenient place for attendees from all over the world to come together. A two-minute walk from the Washington State Convention Center Arch and directly across the street from a second convention center, the Summit (slated to open in 2021), it’s the center of Seattle business. Iconic sites like Pike Place Market and the Space Needle are also minutes away. Not to mention, it’s less than 15 miles from Sea-Tac International Airport.
2. Spacious Yet Intimate
With more than 100,000 square feet of meeting space and 35,000 square feet of pre-function space—along with 1,260 rooms to accommodate guests—the Hyatt Regency Seattle is equipped to handle big events with big crowds. It is the largest hotel in the Pacific Northwest, after all. But intimacy is certainly not lost, and the multi-functional space, including two junior ballrooms, 46 breakout rooms and ample public spaces throughout the entire hotel, is scalable to handle smaller meetings. Make an impression in the high-end boardroom, complete with private balcony and space for 24 people.
3. Memorable Meals
You won’t find forgettable boxed lunches here. Guests can design or choose their own catered conference meals from the Personal Preference Dining® menu, featuring fresh, seasonal fare. Post-meeting, it’s time to try one of three on-property restaurants and bars. Andare Kitchen combines Italian flavors with Seattle ingredients for lunch, dinner and happy hour. Attendees can also try the 24-hour Market, Daniel’s Broiler high-end steakhouse or the Regency Club, an indoor/outdoor lounge serving breakfast and evening hors d’oeuvres.