Hyatt Regency Amsterdam
What We Love
- Discover Amsterdam from its flower-filled Plantage district, with breakfast and late check-outStaying in such a central spot, near to Amsterdam’s flower-filled gardens
- Exploring the many museums and art galleries
- Enjoying the eclectic mix of Dutch and Indonesian at the restaurant and bar
What To Know
- Looking to go shopping? Nearby you'll find find brands like H&M, Nike, Apple, Cartier, Tiffany & Co
- Free WiFi works well
- Onsite parking is available
- The hotel is pet-friendly so you don't have to leave furry family members at home
Whether you’re in town for a taste of historical heritage or to immerse yourself in an up-to-date buzz, Amsterdam delivers, fusing a captivating mix of the old and the new. Lining the charming lacework of canals that give this city its unique essence, you’ll find 17th-century houses, hip coffee shops and design-savvy boutiques, alongside antique emporiums, artist studios and a generous peppering of fascinating museums.
Discover it all from the calming climes of Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, which occupies a convenient spot in the Plantage neighbourhood – so called due to all the flower-filled parks in the area. Room interiors follow he theme delightfully, with garden-inspired palettes, whilst the on-site restaurant and bar boldly fuse Dutch Grand Cafe fare with plenty of Indonesian character. From here, you’re within walking distance of many popular sights, including the Botanical Gardens and the Rembrandt House Museum.
How to Get There
Clean and cozy. Loved the black out covers they helped me adjust from the jet lag. Food was delicious and offered a lot of variety. Conveniently located, accessible to the bus system so was able to get everywhere.
Recently stayed there during a stay with my wife on our anniversary celebration. Very clean, great service , smooth and swift check in. Great buffet breakfast. Will recommend it to my friends. Very accessible to the city center. The bar was also good. Had most of what we wanted.
The bed was comfortable and the room nice enough, BUT the small window that angled up to the sky had to be accessed by a ladder. Felt imprisoned in the four walls and couldn't even make a cup of tea as they only supplied creamer[this may be OK for coffee but not for tea], had to walk to the shops for milk. Buffet breakfast was cold.