Opened in 2009, the Hyatt at Olive 8 is one of Hyatt’s newest offerings. A landmark in sustainable lodging, the Hyatt at Olive 8 received LEED Silver Certification, a first for both Seattle and Hyatt. One of the greenest hotels anywhere, Hyatt at Olive 8 offers an array of sustainability features both in the rooms and behind the scenes. Located in the heart of Seattle’s shopping, dining and entertainment districts, the hotel enjoys a perfect location in the city. Our 346 guest rooms include 13 suites featuring energy saving features such as the Wattstopper™ master power control, dual flush toilets and low consumption showerheads. The entire façade of the building is clad in glass, ushering in sunlight and greatly reducing our electricity consumption. Seattle’s largest green roof sits atop the ballroom and boasts over 25,000 indigenous sedum plants which greatly reduce storm water runoff. The hotel boasts a massive 2,500 square foot fitness center and attached 400 square foot yoga studio. Elaia spa offers twelve lavish treatment suites and a salon for manicures, pedicures and facials. Urbane Restaurant offers the freshest of the Pacific Northwest in a farm-to-table concept. Only Washington and Oregon wines are featured. No bottled water is used in the restaurant or banquets; Seattle City water is triple filtered and decanted daily. 11,000 square feet of meeting space includes six breakout rooms with soaring windows. The hotel is located one block from the Washington State Convention center.