Hyatt Regency Orlando
What We Love
- Kid-friendly: The lagoon-style, zero-entry grotto pool has a water slide and is open until 11 p.m.
- SeaWorld, Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World are two, three and 11 miles away, respectively
- 24/7 dining at B-Line Diner and elegant farm-to-table dining at Napa
- Within walking distance of Pointe Orlando nightlife
What To Know
- International Tower connects to the Orlando Convention Center, so expect business travelers; Regency Tower is better for leisure travel
- A $23.43 nightly resort fee will be collect at the Jetsetter checkout (it covers access to resort pools, fitness center and tennis court, bike rentals, 10% savings on spa and salon services, plus two daily passes to International Drive’s I-Ride Trolley)
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The massive 1,641-room Hyatt Regency Orlando encompasses two towers: the 27-story International Tower and the newer 31-story Regency Tower, which was built in 2010. The design is contemporary, from the airy, two-story marble lobby to colorful Pop Art carpeting and sleek, mod furnishings throughout the public spaces.
Bed and Bath
The guestrooms and suites are generous in size and done in neutral tones of sage and chocolate-brown. They feature patterned carpeting, iHome docking stations, flat-screen TVs, wooden headboards, oversize windows or balconies and granite finishes. Signature Hyatt Grand Beds come with extra-fluffy pillows and down blankets. Business-minded travelers will appreciate the ample electrical outlets and spacious work desks. The bathrooms are like mini-spas, with in-mirror TVs, luxury toiletries and a shower/tub combination.
The Hyatt Regency Orlando offers a full roster of amenities and activities. You can swim laps in the third-floor Olympic-size pool or join families at the zero-entry, lagoon-style grotto pool (which also has a water slide and cabana service and is open daily until 11 p.m.). Want another way to relax? The 12-room spa features treatments from Eminence, Comfort Zone and Sanitas and also has a full-service beauty salon. If you’re looking to keep up your fitness regimen, there’s an outdoor tennis court and a vast fitness center that offers classes such as spinning and core strength. Come evening, chic Rocks has a gleaming horseshoe bar, live piano music, craft cocktails and small plates served by waitresses in stylish black dresses. Dining outlets include the B-Line Diner (open 24/7), Fiorenzo Italian Steakhouse and poolside sandwiches and salads until sunset at Coconuts Grill. For finer dining make a reservation at Napa, which pairs top California wines with fresh farm-to-table cuisine (think heirloom vegetables, Florida grouper and a juicy organic chicken breast stuffed with linguica sausage, golden raisins and pistachios).
In the Area
Orlando’s world-renowned attractions are all nearby. It’s just two miles to Shamu at SeaWorld, three miles to Universal Orlando Resort and 11 miles to Walt Disney World. There is a rental car company on site and their concierge service can arrange for transportation and tickets. The resort’s prime spot on International Drive gives you easy access to non-park attractions such as Wonder Works, Ripley’s Believe It or Not and the African-themed Congo River mini-golf, as well as the new Orlando Eye Ferris wheel, which makes its debut in spring 2015. It’s all connected by the hop-on/hop-off I-Ride Trolley, which stops right in front of the hotel and runs from 8 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Head next door to Pointe Orlando for fine dining (Oceanaire and Capitol Grille top our favorite spots), as well as nightlife at the Improv, B.B. King’s Blues Club and the popular dance spot Blue Martini.
How to Get There
The Front Desk, Bell Services and Valet teams are an amazing group of professionals. Make sure you get checked in by Alfonso, he was so positive and professional. Paul and the Bell Service team have the best smiles and are so helpful. Oscar and the Valet team are the best! This group of hotel staff are top notch.
Try to keep this one short...we had two rooms last week prior to hurricane Dorian, one room for the kids with our dogs, the other for my wife and myself. This is a huge, very nice hotel with staff that are as impressive as the hotel is big!! Cut to the chase, one of our rooms was "dog friendly"...it had urine stains EVERYWHERE, what's worse, our room wasn't dog friendly...and it had urine stains EVERYWHERE!!! There is a significant up charge for your dogs...I would presume that meant shampooing rugs, nope!!! The second issue...both bathrooms on floor 23 did not ventilate...shower humidity was still there 3 hours later, do OTHER things in the bathroom, and IT was still there 3 hours later. Kids got in fights so eventually would go down to the hotel lobby so they wouldn't stink up the room!!! It was really bad, BOTH rooms!! We checked out due to these issues after 3 nights and moved over to the Hilton, we did not experience this problem there at all!! Be warned...and never take fresh air or clean rugs for granted!!
This hotel is great! It’s clean; the beds are comfortable, and the staff is friendly. I’ve stayed here multiple times in the past. The location is great. This is my go-to hotel in Orlando. The rooms are spacious, and the bathroom mirror is my favorite!