After closing its doors in the early stages of the pandemic, Hyatt at Olive 8 has re-opened in Seattle and is welcoming guests back to the boutique hotel. The re-opening comes with the celebration of a new on-site bagel shop and a re-imagined raw bar.
With a focus on sustainability and its guests’ well-being, the Hyatt at Olive 8 brings a relaxing, uncomplicated yet eco-friendly experience to each visitor. Each guestroom features an expansive closet, plush linens and robes, and maintains its sustainable focus with energy-efficient lighting and water conservation. Upgraded rooms on the higher-level floors offer views of Downtown Seattle, in addition to posh amenities like a wet bar and a luxurious five-fixture tub.
Since its grand re-opening, guests and community members are once again able to experience the lavish Elaia Spa, complete with expert spa therapists tailoring to each individual’s specific needs. Elaia focuses on injury recovery, detoxification and the overall well-being of each guest. The spa offers massages, an indoor saline pool and personalized treatments using locally sourced and eco-friendly products.
Urbane, the Seattle hotel’s signature culinary experience, has re-imagined its menu and has opened as a new concept, a raw seafood bar. The new concept provides a fresh dining experience to each guest, showcasing the wild-caught seafood in the Pacific West.
A new on-site bagel spot, Olive 8 Bagel Shop, is another fresh addition to Hyatt at Olive 8’s fare, bringing guests the authentic feeling of being a Seattle local with fresh bagels from Blazing Bagels, Victrola drip coffee, lattes complete with homemade syrups, and fresh pastries from area favorites.
For more information on Hyatt at Olive 8, visit hyatt.com/hyatt-at-olive-8.