Grand Hyatt Seattle and Hyatt at Olive 8 Roll Out Regal Seattle King Out Packages to Honor the Traveling Treasures of King Tut in Seattle

Share Article

Seattle’s downtown hotels are offering four hotel and ticket packages in celebration of the "Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs" exhibit at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center.

Celebrating the Seattle arrival of the record-breaking exhibit "Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaoh” at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center, Grand Hyatt Seattle and Hyatt at Olive 8 announced today that each property will roll out two exclusive hotel and King Tut exhibit ticket packages for those interested in viewing the famed boy king’s ancient treasures.

“Our downtown Seattle hotels are thrilled to partner with such a revered exhibition,” said Andy Bishop, Seattle area sales and marketing director for Hyatt. “People are mesmerized by King Tut and ancient Egyptian culture, as the record-breaking attendance of this exhibit has shown, and this is a great opportunity for Seattle residents and visitors of Seattle to come face-to-face with 2,000 years of history while exploring this beautiful city.”

Both hotels, each located in the heart of the downtown Seattle’s arts and culture scene and just one mile from the exhibit venue at the Pacific Science Center in downtown Seattle, will offer a Standard and Upgraded King Tut Seattle Package. Available May 24, 2012 through the end of the exhibit in January 2013, the Seattle King Tut exhibit packages can be booked at http://www.kingtut.hyatt.com and include the following amenities:

Grand Hyatt Seattle, starting at $199

  •     Accommodation’s in a Deluxe King Room
  •     King Tut VIP tickets for two, granting front-of-line access and guaranteed entry
  •     Round trip Monorail tickets for two, providing free transportation directly to Seattle’s Pacific Science Center

For an additional $50, the Upgraded Package will include access for two to the Grand Club, the hotel’s members-only lounge with complimentary food and beverage. For additional information, visit http://www.grandhyattseattle.com.

Hyatt at Olive 8, starting at $219

  •     Accommodation’s in a Deluxe King Room
  •     King Tut VIP tickets for two, granting front-of-line access and guaranteed entry
  •     Round trip Monorail tickets for two, providing free transportation directly to Seattle’s Pacific Science Center
  •     Breakfast for two at Urbane Restaurant & Bar or Coffee Shop in downtown Seattle

For an additional $200, the Upgraded Package allows guests to indulge in a luxurious “mummification” with two Market Fresh body wraps at Olive 8’s eco-friendly Seattle spa, Elaia. http://www.elaiaspa.com. For additional information, visit http://www.hyattatolive8.com.

The exhibit, coming from Denver, will run through January 6, 2013 at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center and display more than 100 artifacts unearthed from King Tut’s tomb and other ancient Egyptian sites. Seattle is the final U.S. stop for this record-breaking tour, which has attracted more than eight million visitors to view the King’s possessions, including his golden canopic coffinette, spectacular crown and golden sandals placed on his mummified feet. Visitors will learn about the extraordinary discovery of the tomb, ongoing excavations and the latest scientific testing on his mummy. Once it wraps in Seattle, the exhibit will return to Cairo in 2013 and all proceeds from the tour will go towards a new museum in Egypt to house the nation's vast archaeological collections. For more information on the exhibit, visit http://www.kingtut.org.

About Hyatt at Olive 8
A striking addition to the Seattle skyline, the landmark Hyatt at Olive 8 is Seattle’s first certified “green” hotel, awarded LEED Silver (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) by the U.S. Green Building Council in July 2009. Co-designed by Seattle architecture firm MulvannyG2 and renowned New York architect Richard Gluckman, the state-of-the-art Olive 8 building features striking design elements, including a sleek glass façade and one of the city’s largest living rooftops. A total of 346 luxury guest rooms and suites occupy the 39-story building’s first 17 floors (condominiums are housed above), and the world-class property offers a range of on-site amenities, including 11,000 square feet of green meeting space, the eco-conscious Elaia spa, a 65-foot lap pool, a 2,400 square-foot StayFit@Hyatt facility, environmentally sound housekeeping and dry-cleaning services, valet parking and 24-hour room service.

Additionally, the ground floor is home to Urbane, a 108-seat downtown Seattle restaurant and bar serving fresh Northwest cuisine to Seattle residents and guests alike. For additional information about Hyatt at Olive 8 or to make reservations, please visit http://www.olive8.hyatt.com.

About Grand Hyatt Seattle
Cosmopolitan flair and Pacific Northwest tranquility come together at the luxurious Grand Hyatt Seattle. This AAA four-diamond hotel located in the city's thriving retail and Seattle theater district features classic Pacific Northwest styling, extravagant modern appointments and uncompromising personal service. Located just steps from the Seattle Convention Center, Grand Hyatt Seattle features 425 luxurious guestrooms, fully furnished with a sleek modern design, plush Grand Beds™, iHome docks and access to a complimentary 24-hour StayFit fitness center, steam room, sauna and more. The property is also home more than 25,000 square feet of versatile function space, including a 5,671 square foot ballroom, state-of-the-art amphitheater and 18 additional meeting rooms in downtown Seattle. For more information, visit http://www.grandseattle.hyatt.com.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Jamie Hinz
Visit website