The view is fantastic from the top of the Hyatt. It is very different from the skyline you are used to seeing. If you can catch it at sunset, even better. Parking is located in the garage below, which I imagine can get full around the holidays. I have to say that I was a bit disappointed in their happy hour. The drinks were good, but full price. The food was a great deal---if you like meat. Granted, it is a steakhouse so my vegetarian expectations weren't too high. However, the only thing on the menu I could eat were the fried artichoke hearts. I love artichokes, but this is not a good way to eat them (breaded and fried). The place is always packed with what seemed to me to be the single, office crowd. If that's your scene, you will love it. For me, it was too boisterous and I felt like I was invading the regulars' scene. Because of the crowds, the servers could barely get to us. I've been in a few other times, and left promptly because it was so crowded. I can see why people love this place, but I much prefer the restaurants across the street in Bellevue Square.