Hyatt Regency Bethesda
What We Love
- A sleek and modern hotel just 15 minutes from the must-see sights of Washington D.C.Staying directly upstairs from Bethesda’s metro station
- Crashing on the super-plush Hyatt Grand Bed in your bright, welcoming room
- Dining at a Morton’s, The Steakhouse outpost right at the hotel
What To Know
- Make a reservation for Morton's Steakhouse
- Convenient location right above Bethesda's metro stop
- Free WiFi
Hyatt Regency Bethesda is all about getting you where you want to be. If you’d like to kick it in your suburban surroundings, away from the hustle and bustle, that’s easy – you’re right in the middle of town. If you prefer to tour America’s capital, you can quite literally just head downstairs: This property is the only one directly atop Bethesda’s Metrorail station. In just a matter of minutes, you’ll be at the foot of the National Mall or the restaurants of Chinatown.
If you’re looking to stay in and rest up, you don’t have to leave at all. Guest rooms are complete with a Hyatt Grand Bed or Beds, plus a spa-style bathroom and a 55-in. flat-screen HDTV apiece, to keep you extra-comfortable. And don’t forget about the filling American cuisine, served at the grill and the hotel’s own Morton’s, The Steakhouse dining room. Because even if you don’t end up hanging around the D.C. politicos, you deserve to eat like one.
Your room is a comfortably appointed retreat, with one or two Hyatt Grand Beds, 240 square feet of space and a 55-in. flat-screen HDTV. Wi-Fi is complimentary, and you’ll enjoy a recently updated bathroom. Choose between a king- or two queen-sized beds, and go with the higher-floor option to enjoy lovely views across the city.
For breakfast, lunch, dinner and happy hour, Daily Grill Bethesda is your spot, open seven days a week. Expect classic American cuisine, including burgers, seafood plates and steak – also the specialties at Hyatt’s Morton’s, The Steakhouse location, where dinners are served in a formal setting. Room service is available from the first of these two convenient dining outlets.
Bethesda is just a half-hour drive from iconic D.C. landmarks, like the White House, the Capitol, the Smithsonian and Embassy Row. You can also hop on the Metrorail Red Line, which stops directly downstairs and gets you to the heart of the city in about 15 minutes. Closer to home are restaurants, shops, museums and galleries, along with Matthew Henson State Park, a popular hiking and rollerblading destination.
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I definitely recommend this remodeled hotel. The suite room we got was huge and just nice all around. Clean, modern, friendly staff. Only complaint is that the free breakfast that was included was very skimpy so when looking at rates, don’t be fooled by the “breakfast included” ones. Overall would stay here again but just buy the regular breakfast :)
I've been visiting Bethesda for the last 5 years for studies at the NIH. This is by far the best hotel I've stayed at in all those years. The room was spotless and very well kept. We had breakfast that the restaurant and it was wonderful. This is very convenient to many things in Bethesda and right next to the metro. I will be staying here again next year and every year to come.
The decor is nicely updated. Rooms are attractive, although the lobby seems a bit small. I was especially impressed by the online checkin. I was able to request early checkin at a specific time and get an email confirming my room is ready. We still had to go to the front desk to get our keys when we arrived (why no self-service kiosk for this?), but it was still very efficient. The location by the Metro is super convenient (although some signage leading from the Metro exit to the hotel entrance would have been helpful). Staff was friendly and helpful.
A very convenient place for us to stay on a brief family visit. This is probably our fourth time staying here over a very long period, and we are always pleased. The renovations that occurred since our last visit a few years ago were very nice. Having a Starbucks in the lobby was very convenient.
Great location; nice high-standing and sound-proof rooms, in a very nice area of Washington and so close by thanks to the very near Bethesda metro line (Red).
We did not take breakfast at the hotel (too expensive, rather limited choice); we went to "The Original Pancake House" (very close, around the corner) where you should definitely try the Gluten-Free ones: so great, crispy outside, soft inside - what a delight!.
We will return to this place; also for my future business-trips.