Hyatt Regency Lake Washington added to AAA’s Four Diamond award list.

The other hotels that made the list include W Bellevue, Inn at the Market and Motif Seattle.

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Hyatt Regency Lake Washington was added to AAA’s Four Diamond award list.

The hotel was one of four hotels that made the list. According to a press release, the hotels were “distinguished by upscale physical attributes, extensive amenities and a high degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail.”

The other hotels that made the list include W Bellevue, Inn at the Market and Motif Seattle.

“All four of these stylish properties set the standard for exceptional service and have unique features that make them stand out from the crowd,” said Jennifer Cook, AAA Washington spokesperson, in a press release. “We’re honored to recognize the dedicated AAA Four Diamond hotels and their staff who provide our members a memorable experience.”

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