The Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) International Airport is located to the south of Seattle. It serves major domestic and international airlines and is easily accessible via taxi, bus, or light rail (see below for details).
Seattle can be conveniently reached by train (Amtrak Cascades line) from Portland, Oregon (3.5 hours) or Vancouver, B.C., Canada (4.5 hours).
Transportation to Grand Hyatt
From the Airport
* By Car: For a map and automobile transportation options to the Grand Hyatt from the airport or other locations in Seattle please see here.
* By Taxi: Yellow cab is the exclusive taxi service provider from Seatac airport. At the time of this writing the cost to take a taxi from the airport to the Grand Hyatt is approximately $43. Cash and credit cards are accepted.
* By Light Rail: By far the easiest and least expensive way to get to downtown Seattle is via Sound Transit Light Rail. The train stops just two blocks from Grand Hyatt Seattle. The fair is $2.50 per person. Purchase your tickets at the automatic ticket dispensers; it will take VISA, MasterCard, or cash. For details please see here and here.
To the Airport
* By Taxi: For traveling to Seatac airport from the Hyatt or other locations in the downtown Seattle hotel district you have multiple taxi options. A flat rate fee of $32.00 is charged for this service by all taxicabs that operate in Seattle.
* By Train: Sound Transit Light Rail, with a stop just two blocks from Grand Hyatt Seattle, provides service to SeaTac airport. The fair is $2.50 per person. Purchase your tickets at the automatic ticket dispensers; it will take VISA, MasterCard, or cash. For details please see here and here.
The Grand Hyatt is within the Metro Transit Ride Free Area from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm daily.