4.5
Very Good 1538 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The Media Harbor location, a posh neighborhood of shops and cafés
  • Pebble’s, the rooftop bar
  • Artwork by renowned international artists
  • Rive Spa’s innovative treatment menu
  • On-site contemporary DOX restaurant
  • Pair with Hyatt Regency Mainz and explore Germany's Rhine wine region

What To Know

  • The hotel opened in December 2010
  • Valet and self-parking are about $34 per day
  • Pets are permitted for an additional cost of about $52 a night
  • WiFi is available for about $27 per day
  • Some guestrooms permit smoking

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

The Review

With gleaming architecture and hip people, Dusseldorf is a city known for its cutting-edge design and urban attitude. And the Hyatt Regency fits right in.

Upon walking into the gold-toned lobby, I immediately feel like part of the party — this recently opened 303-room tower is the hottest ticket in Germany’s richest and (arguably) most fashionable town. Nineteen stories high, the hotel hangs over the Rhine River in Media Harbor, the section of town where all the beautiful people work and play.

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The rooms are clean-lined, with muted tones of brown and green and views of Media Harbor and Old Town. Thoughtful details such as curving lamps and chairs rise above typical hotel furnishings. Starting at 323 square feet, even the King/Twin rooms feel more spacious than you’d expect in a city hotel.

Back in the public areas, DOX restaurant has an open kitchen and a menu of local European and German food with modern twists. I choose a Reflection Caviar Wrap at the on-site Rive Spa, which is simultaneously stimulating and relaxing — like the hotel itself, which manages to feel restful thanks to a plethora of comfy corners (the leather chairs in the lobby are particularly nice).

And to cap off a great night’s stay, I realize breakfast is served late — until 2 p.m. Perfect for night owls who have hit the bars in this hopping city.

How to Get There

Hyatt Regency Düsseldorf
Speditionstr. 19
Duesseldorf, 40221 Germany

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1538 Reviews
Family time here
Reviewed 4 days ago

How do I start, the hotel was very clean and gave us excellent service. The swimming was great for the family to finish the day off, although not biggest pool but big enough to enjoy family time and swim some lengths.
The restaurant and breakfast was first class, delicious food. the staff service was great and always had what want we wanted available. Will come here again definitely.

A must Stay location when coming to Dusseldorf
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I have recently stayed with my partner in Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf, and believe me when i say it is THE place to be when visiting the "fashion" city.
The hotel has a very nice modern, detailed and fresh design. That goes from the lobby to the restaurant, to the room, the spa and the outlets.
To start with the greeting, we were recognized and assisted from since the moment we stepped in the hotel. Badir and Daniel were kind enough to come to our rescue with the luggage seeing that we were exhausted from our long trip. Due to the fact that our room was not ready, Badir was kind enough to store them for us and had already arranged to transport them to the room without say when we were ready to be accomodated.
At the reception, Mirna Districh and Katharina Wittgenstein recognized us and were very welcoming, professional and friendly. We received a special greeting as well from the F&B manager Laura Louisa , who despite her busy schedule was very welcoming and nice throughout our stay.
Thank you for Mrs. Luig and Lisa for the attention showed toward us.
During our stay we had our breakfast and lunch at the Dox restaurant, i want to extend a great thank you and well done for the team of Dox, Tim for his friendly and professional approach, chef Kevin for great food (best pumpkin soup ever), chef Keita for the tasty sushi, chef Thomas for the attention. the food is exceptional. A special and great thank you to Josephine who made our stay exceptional, from the attention to details, the special hand written note in our room, to being there on every occasion to make our experience unforgettable. She remembered our preferences and never missed a chance to go the extra mile to make sure that they are met.
thank you once again for a great stay and see you soon :)

Schitterend hotel !
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had an excellent stay in this beautiful and modern hotel.Next time in Düsseldorf we will choose again this hotel.Some little details of the housekeeping can be better.The restaurant serve good quality of food, but the price is rather expensive. A bottle of water € 11 is exagerated.

Very nice hotel, comfortable room
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My girlfriend and I stayed at this hotel for three nights while visiting friends and family in the area. We had a comfortable stay and were overall happy with our choice.

The hotel has a large parking garage with specially marked parking spaces for hotel guests. It was pretty packed with cars but we never had trouble finding a spot. Parking is 23 Euros per night, which I find a bit outrageous.
The staff was always very nice and helpful.

We had a nice room on the ninth floor with a great view. The bed was comfortable and everything was very clean. The bathroom is very stylish and we enjoyed the large waterfall shower. The toilet was located in a separate area, so two people don't get in each other's way.

The only thing that was a bit disappointing was the fitness area. I was pleasantly surprised when I read that the hotel actually sells gym memberships for the gym, so I brought my workout clothes. The gym is just a small room with a few rather outdated machines (mostly cardio, almost no weight machines). I had to cut my workout short because the machine I used kept changing the settings on its own and was not really usable. The view is pretty nice, but unfortunately that's all the positive things I can say about the gym.

I did not visit the spa, but was told it is a small area with a hot tub.

Overall, I can recommend the hotel, but find it a bit overpriced regarding the disappointing gym (this is something I expect in an upscale hotel) and the parking fees.

Good hotel for a night
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stayed here for a business conference. Room wasn’t ready when I arrived. Front desk lady was quite annoyed when I said I couldn’t wait for another hour since I had a meeting and would be checking in when I got out of the meetjng. Anyway, after check-in it was all great :) Beautiful room, clean. Definitely a hotel I would recommend if you’re in town for business