Hyatt Regency hotels are a brand within the Hyatt hotel group that caters to all types of travelers and offers properties around the world, from city centers to airports, from Europe, across America (North and South), throughout Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Hyatt is one of the world’s best hotel brands with a global portfolio of more than 500 hotels and resorts across 12 distinctive brands. We have reviewed the best Andaz hotels, the best Park Hyatt hotels, the best Hyatt Regency hotels and the best Hyatt Centric hotels. Other brands within the Hyatt portfolio include Alila, Hyatt House, Hyatt Zilara & Ziva, Hyatt Residence Club, Hyatt Place, and the Unbound Collection by Hyatt.
Hyatt Regency was one of Hyatt’s very first brands of hotels and resorts. It all started in 1967 with Hyatt Regency Atlanta. As one of Hyatt’s largest brands, it has over 175 Hyatt Regency hotels. Within Hyatt Regency hotels, you can enjoy modern spaces designed for sharing, socializing, and collaborating. Think spirited restaurants and bars, vibrant event venues, and their trademark atrium setting. Each hotel is distinct from the next.
Enjoy comfortable Regency rooms with regionally inspired artwork and spacious suites with residential features. Each has essentials like cozy couches, expansive workstations, and 65 inch TVs. Hyatt Regency guestrooms in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean also contain Hyatt’s Grand Bed. The hotel’s super comfy bed is a 13-inch-thick, pillow-top Sealy Posturepedic with 250-thread-count triple sheeting and a down duvet.
With food and drink available 24 hours a day across all Hyatt Regency hotels, take a seat at the lively bar or dine at the restaurant with a regionally inspired, seasonal menu. For something simpler, grab a snack anytime in the café-style Market, usually located in the foyer. Work out in the 24/7 gym, schedule a spa treatment, or relax by a sun-drenched pool. Hyatt Regency hotels offer all the facilities you could possibly need when you travel.
Book any Hyatt hotel with our luxury travel concierge and you will get the following free Hyatt Prive benefits as well as your usual World Of Hyatt points and status benefits:
- Daily full breakfast for 2 per room
- Welcome amenity
- 100 USD property credit per stay
- Early check-in / late check-out (subject to availability)
- Room upgrade priority
All Hyatt Regency hotels are great but we have selected those which we think are the best in Europe below:
1. Hyatt Regency Cologne
Hyatt Regency Cologne is a stylish Hyatt Regency hotel and is one of the best in Europe. It offers unique views of the Cologne Cathedral, Old Town, and the majestic river Rhine. Ideal for both business and leisure due to its central location and proximity to Koelnmesse and the Deutz train, the hotel offers uncomplicated service, incomparable comfort, and spacious guest rooms as well as delicious international and local cuisine. The innovative Meeting Campus is ideal for spontaneous, small meetings.
The hotel features 306 guestrooms and suites, a 15m pool with adjacent whirlpool, Finnish sauna, Roman steam bath, 700 sqm. Puls Fitness Club & Spa, Regency Club™, concierge, room service, business services, and complimentary high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel.
In terms of dining, the hotel offers the Glashaus Restaurant & Private Dining Room, the Grissini Italian Restaurant, Sticky Fingers street food restaurant, and the Legends Bar & Terrace, offering a great variety of legendary food and drink.
It is worth mentioning that bathroom amenities in the suites are beautifully scented Molton Brown toiletries, delicious! Globalist World of Hyatt members can have breakfast either in the club lounge or the restaurant or room service for free. The restaurant buffet is excellent and the one to go for.
2. Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill
Having spent much time in London on business, I have spent a great deal of time at Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill. As one of the best Hyatt Regency hotels in Europe, and one of the best luxury hotels in London, it is situated overlooking Portman Square, just a short walk from Oxford Street and Marble Arch, tucked away in upmarket Marylebone. If you know the shops in this area, you will find this hotel just behind Selfridges.
The hotel has a regal entrance with lots of white pillars and white marble in the interior. The bar and restaurant sit to one side of the foyer, and lifts to the rooms can be found off the back of the foyer.
Unsurprisingly, there are lots of references to Winston Churchill in and around the hotel. The dining within the hotel is fairly unbeatable. Savor idyllic Portman Square views from The Montagu Kitchen as you sit down to enjoy the best of British produce inspired by the National Trust’s Chartwell House and Garden in Kent. This is also where you take breakfast.
With an award-winning menu and outdoor seasonally-themed terrace, The Churchill Bar & Terrace is the perfect place to unwind with creative cocktails and light bites in a chic setting. Within the bar, there is an olde world cigar room-type feel. Inspired by Sir Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine, The Churchill Bar & Terrace offers award-winning cocktails and delicious dining in a glamorous setting tucked away behind Oxford Street. The Churchill offers craft cocktails, and many are made with their very own Churchill Craft Gin, homemade tonics, premium spirits, fine wines, and of course, all the classics.
For some of the best dining in London, try the delicious Italian fare at Locanda Locatelli, a Michelin-starred restaurant located in the hotel. Locanda Locatelli features a menu of Italian-inspired cuisine, which has earned the acclaimed chef Giorgio Locatelli a Michelin star. The fresh, flavorful menu shines amid the chic ambiance. Enjoy the homemade pasta, roasted monkfish, slow-cooked suckling pig, and more. Enhance your meal with a glass of fine Italian wine curated by the sommelier Virgilio Gennaro. The food here is fabulous. The best lobster I have ever had.
Globalist members get free access to the club lounge, where you also get a decent offering at breakfast and dinner and snacks and drinks throughout the day. While the lounge is pleasant, it is not the best club lounge in London. The view is lacking, and the dinner offering becomes a scrum with lots of elbows as people push in to grab something from the dishes available. That said, this is still a nice facility and is separated into a family and an adults-only lounge for a quieter place to work.
Rooms are fairly standard by London standards. The nicest views overlook Portman Square. The amenities are Molton Brown and are really nice.
3. Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée
Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée is a great hotel and base to explore Nice and the Côte d’Azur. There is so much to see, from parks and gardens to architecture to art galleries and theatre. The music scene is as cool and varied as the shopping and includes the annual Jazz festival on Golfe Juan. The shopping is out of this world and includes everything from the weekly bric-a-brac market through serious antiques and collectibles to every top designer label under the sun if you go down the coast to Cannes.
Le Palais has been at the center of life on the Promenade des Anglais, Baie des Anges, for almost a century. It has been a glittering ballroom and a casino before its rebirth as a luxury hotel. Everyone who was anyone during France’s golden age of culture has stayed, played, or performed here, from Edith Piaf to Yves Montand and Johnny Hallyday. Remodeled and reopened as a hotel in 2004, le Palais retains its Art Deco, classically inspired façade.
Within the shell, though, there now exists a separate world of luxury befitting its prime location on the Côte d’Azur. Beyond the beautiful and cool lobby lies an excellent hotel in one of the world’s premier locations.
So, what about the hotel? There are two designs apparent in the guest rooms at Hyatt Regency Nice. Both are contemporary takes on the Art Deco origins of Le Palais, but they have separate designers. We liked the warm tones of the fabrics in the slightly older design, which are a little richer than the more northern European and slightly spare designs in the other, more recently refurbished rooms.
At 45 sqm, the Deluxe King is a generous room. There are sea view and city view rooms, and really, a sea view is a must here, so be sure to specify. We would also recommend asking for a high floor (9th is highest and best) as the facade impedes the view of the sea more on the lower floors. All sea view rooms enjoy a balcony which is just the best place in the world for breakfast. There are some amazing feature suites, and the 9th-floor suites have terraces with stunning panoramic views.
In-house dining options here are simple. There is one bar/lounge and a restaurant adjacent to the terrace on the third floor. When the weather allows, which is often, this is one of the best views you’ll find from a hotel poolside terrace bar. The indoor bar is equally atmospheric and a perfect place to enjoy Champagne and canapés any time of day. As there is no Regency Club here, Globalist of World Of Hyatt staying, receive a complimentary drink with a generous limit.
In terms of leisure facilities, Hyatt Regency Nice has a very pretty terrace on the third-floor level. It houses a large free-form swimming pool which is part indoor and part outdoor with a communicating channel so that you can swim between the two. The outdoor pool terrace and bar is a very cool place to sit and sip champagne and cocktails, overlooking the promenade. There is also a fitness room equipped with good quality equipment, although it is quite small.
4. Hyatt Regency Chantilly, Near Paris
Hyatt Regency Chantilly, Paris is set in a green area reminiscent of an 18th-century authentic hamlet. It is set amongst verdant trees and the Nonette river that runs through this 17-hectare grounds. Its energizing atmosphere is an opportunity to recharge and socialize.
Hyatt Regency Chantilly serves as the perfect venue for a variety of events such as meetings, conferences, exhibitions, weddings, and social gatherings. Enjoy a retreat that feels a world away while being conveniently located just 20 minutes away from the Charles –de-Gaulle International airport and 45 minutes away from Paris. Close to Chantilly and Senlis towns, you will be near many attractions, including the Chateau de Chantilly and its prestigious horse racecourses.
While this property is beautiful, it is some way from Paris, so it isn’t awfully handy in terms of location, although it is a rather nice airport hotel.
5. Hyatt Regency Mainz
Hyatt Regency Mainz has a stunning combination of contemporary design mixed with the historic charm of the integrated Fort Malakoff. It lies on the west bank of the Rhine River near Mainz Old Town, a 10-minute walk from Mainz Cathedral, and offers excellent connections to Frankfurt International Airport.
The 268 guest rooms and suites have recently been refurbished with mid-century modern décor and offer stunning views of the River Rhine and Mainz. Upgraded rooms add rainfall showerheads and or river views, Regency Club Rooms include access to a lounge for complimentary breakfast and other exclusive club privileges, and Suites include separate sitting areas. One even features a piano, a kitchen, and a sauna!
The hotel features a spa with an indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, and personalized wellness treatments, and a modern gym with equipment from Technogym. You are spoilt for choice with restaurants and bars; the Bellpepper Restaurant serves regional and seasonal cuisine paired with German wines; the Rheintöchter Terrace and Rheinkanzel beer garden offer stunning views of the Rhine river and BBQ specialties; the Malakoff Bar offers trendy cocktails and tapas-style dishes in a historic setting, and at the center of the hotel, the recently refurbished M-Lounge & Bar serves snacks, coffees and evening cocktails.
6. Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf
Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf is situated in the trendy Media Harbor district. Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf stands out with its unique views of the Rhine river and the skyline of the city. It is close to cultural attractions and shopping opportunities, the perfect backdrop to a relaxed business or city trip.
Soak in the timeless design of the rooms, soothing spa treatments, and indulgent culinary delight. Experience spectacular performances in the spacious conference area and have productive meetings in the relaxing surroundings.
303 elegant guestrooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows are stylishly decorated with earthy tones and natural fabrics with colorful accents. Bathrooms include a walk-in rain shower, separate bathtub, and granite surfaces.
There is a Regency Club Lounge on the 18th floor, which offers stunning views of the Media Harbor. Guests with club access get a complimentary continental breakfast in the morning and snacks in the evening, as well as personalized service.
Rive Spa & Fitness is a source of pure relaxation with a 485 sq m (5,220 sq ft) wellness area, including a large whirlpool, a fitness area, and wet and dry saunas. Recharge your batteries with a soothing massage, wellness package, or cosmetic treatment and enjoy the unique views over the Rhine River.
7. Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy
Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy is close to Istanbul Airport. Discover Istanbul’s history as you explore sights such as the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, then return to your spacious guestroom, offering contemporary décor and spectacular city views.
Choose from 284 lavish guestrooms, including 30 suites with panoramic views of the city and Sea of Marmara. If you’re in the mood for a swim, Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy has three refreshing choices. The indoor pool features gorgeous views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows. During warmer months, the outdoor pool offers fun in the sun, as well as the opportunity to indulge in a light meal or cool refreshment from the Pool Bar.
Enjoy a workout when it works for your schedule at the 24-hour StayFit Gym at Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy. The gym features Life Fitness treadmills, cross trainers, exercise bikes, and strength training equipment. Spend a day at Levana Spa, which encapsulates five treatment suites, a private Hammam, saunas, a steam room, an ice fountain, and more. Combining pure, locally sourced essential oils with European skincare and a survey of the world’s best touch therapies, our expert therapists deliver customized spa experiences to help you meet your personal wellness goals inside our carefully appointed hammam and individual spa suites.
Hyatt Regency Istanbul Ataköy offers a Regency Club Lounge, which is not one of the best club lounges in Istanbul but is still excellent. Offering an exclusive place to socialize, enjoy complimentary breakfast in the morning, partake in hors d’oeuvres and cocktails in the evening, or enjoy a hot cup of coffee or tea anytime. A stay in one of the hotel’s Regency Club guestrooms, and you will get all the benefits of this luxurious lounge, from deluxe amenities to five-star service, or you get free access if you are a World of Hyatt Globalist.
8. Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki
Described by many as an oasis in the midst of chaos, Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki offers spacious and comfortable guestrooms, authentic Greek specialty foods, and the largest Casino in the Balkans, as well as a superb outdoor pool. The 1,200-square-metre outdoor swimming pool is a highlight of the hotel. Nearby, the children’s pool has been designed specially to meet the most stringent safety specifications. Amenities provided include individual sun loungers with comfortable mattresses, sunshades, a revitalizing spray, and refreshing wet towels.
The Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki is situated a short two miles from the Thessaloniki Airport (SKG) and is set a few miles outside of the city itself. The hotel offers both a shuttle to the airport and to the city. It is also just off the road to Halkidiki, the famous Greek beach area.
There are three classes of rooms, and then they have suites. All are fairly decent, as is the breakfast buffet at Ambrosia Restaurant. The breakfast is extensive, with areas devoted to hot items, bread, fruits, cereal/granola, a juice bar, separate meat and cheese tables as well as a table featuring yogurt and honey. You will be full after breakfast here. Beyond breakfast, the restaurant and surrounding grounds have a peaceful ambiance. In fact, there is a waterfall flowing from the top of the restaurant outside.
9. Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovsky Park
Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovsky Park offers 298 bright, premium guestrooms, including 39 spacious suites, three restaurants and bars, meeting rooms and an exclusive event space as well as a pool and spa area. With floor-to-ceiling windows and a glass dome, the poolside area enjoys natural daylight and provides a peaceful setting with relaxing loungers.
Heritage Restaurant offers a vibrant celebration of culinary diversity and re-imagined cooking from the Black Sea to the North Pacific, all prepared in a dynamic show kitchen.
Get work done on the computers and utilize an array of services such as photocopying, fax machines, and package mailing materials, sign making, and equipment rentals for marketing materials.
Promenade Lounge is open all day and offers local Russian delights along with a good selection of tea, specialty coffee, wine, and champagne by the glass.
10. Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid
Hyatt Regency Hesperia Madrid is a sophisticated urban hotel located on Paseo de la Castellana, in the heart of Madrid’s bustling business and cultural center. This is one of your best choices in Madrid.
Both corporate and leisure travelers alike can discover an exquisite gastronomic experience at Santceloni as well as nearby activities such as museums to shopping, and more. Mery Bárbola Bar is located in the lobby and is the perfect place to have a coffee, enjoy a glass of red wine, or a sushi tasting.
In addition, for members of the World of Hyatt loyalty program, the hotel offers the Regency Club a private space with daily newspapers, TV, and a selection of drinks and snacks.
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