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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


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


Great hotel in a trendy environment
andreas f

Hyatt regency connects to the neuer Hafen area. A trendy village within the city. Worth to take a stroll. The hotel is modern and offers all you need. The staff is very helpful and friendly. Food quality is really good

Lovely hotel, great view, air conditioning a potential issue

We had a great two-night stay at the Hyatt Regency Düsseldorf. Underground parking is convenient and seemed plentiful, staff friendly (and speak excellent English), check-in was quick. Our king room with a view of the harbor and Rheinturm was understated and elegant. The bed and bedding were comfortable although the pillows were oddly dense and downright heavy. (We joked that we could throw out a shoulder trying to move them around during the night.) On a clear day, we could see Köln/Cologne in the distance. We enjoyed lazy mornings just enjoying the view. The walk into Old Town along the Rhine is really pleasant. The only issue that was slight for us, but could have been more serious in warmer weather was the a/c. It was too warm in our room and thermostat did not allow us to cool things sufficiently. (The minimalist air conditioning control showed no numbers, only a "+" and a "-" plus dots for the fan speed. We put it as low as it would go and the fan as high as it would go, but with little results.) Fortunately, we could open the center of the floor-to-ceiling windows, but there is an exterior window for safety that only has a slot (of appx. 2'x6") at the base. The weather was cool at night (low 50Fs) so that was enough to cool off the room over time (and it was still very quiet). It did get too warm again when we showered because the shower and bath are open to the sink area and, beyond that, the sleeping area. I woke a couple of times during the night to kick off the duvet due to the temperature. My a/c concerns are enough to make me hesitate about booking again in warmer weather despite a very enjoyable stay. I do like it cool in the room, though, especially when sleeping. Also, it would be disappointing to face the twin building instead of the harbor and town as the view in the other direction(s) is so nice.

Fantastic service and location..

Fantastic service and location..
My main concern was sleep after a very hectic schedule. The comfort was amazing and i had a very sound sleep.
Only issue was there was no mobile network and that caused lot of trouble ....