Hyatt Regency Miami

400 South East Second Ave, Miami, Florida, 33131-2197, United States
#24 of 152 hotels in Miami
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 20, 2011

I will definitely recommend this hotel! The staff at this hotel are willing to go above and beyond to see that the guest are well taken care of. I stayed at this hotel July 21-24. When we first got to the suite, we had a "major" incident!! However maintenance came right up and made our "major" incident seem so "minor." We thought we were going to be charged for the incident but maintenance just said "accidents happen." We were so grateful!! Then the next morning we go eat breakfast in the beautiful restuarant and the server informs us that my breakfast was on her; however my boyfriend had to pay for his!! Wow!! what a sweet lady. We were absolutely fine with paying for one breakfast. These are just two examples of how the staff at this hotel goes out of its way to may the guest feel right at home. If anyone is ever in downtown Miami and needs a hotel, STAY AT HYATT REGENCY MIAMI!!!! Oh by the way, yes parking is high however the valet drivers make you feel like a queen each time you pull up. Plus a lot of them are really cute :)

Unique Quality: Views from this hotel are BEAUTIFUL!!!!

Noisy Concrete Jungle

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 7, 2007

I stayed here for 4 nights because of a convention. The room was large but the bathrom betrayed the age of the property as it was slightly larger than a closet. The usual amenities were missing: no fridge inthe room, no paper in the morning. The hotel only had one restaurant and the neighborhood is ot conducive to walking off site. The pool was the size of a postage stamp. The view of Biscayne Bay is now obscured with condominium construction. In fact, you could have a converstaion with the construction workers. Between the traffic noise, airport noise and bridge openings, the room (15th floor) is very noisy. Parking is $27 per day and a taxi to South Beach is $25.

Unique Quality: Close to the convention center.

Directions: Concrete jungle

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Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 21, 2007

Two night stay Dec 7-9, 2003
Hotel staff was very efficient and courteous at check in and credited us mileage points on our Virgin Airlines account. The staff were also very nice and helpful regarding our lost luggage (not their problem, the airline lost it). Room was nice, recently renovated. We were on the 6th floor. I have read about the constant noise from the drawbridge, but we did not experience it even though it was within plain sight and we did see it operating a couple times. The Metro Mover transit is available right within the hotel/convention complex and is most convienent (and free) to go downtown or to the BaySide Mall. We used it many times during our stay. We did not eat at any of the hotels restaurants (there are two I think). We ate breakfast at a bakery just a block north of the hotel and it was excellent and extremely cheap. They had specialty coffees, eggs prepared many different ways and a large selection of baked goods. Parking at the hotel is valet and was $20/day with unlimited access. We were extremely pleased with this hotel and would definetly return. I do not see how anyone could complain at the price we paid ($35/night through Priceline)

Directions: 400 South East Second Avenue,
Miami, Florida, USA 33131-2197

Enjoyed our stay ....

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 17, 2005

We stayed in a Regency Club suite on the top floor for one night following a cruise.

We had requested an early check in time and when we showed up at 12pm they advised our room was ready. The room was very nice and having access to the Regency Club area was great for tea/coffee/drinks plus a continental breakfast.

The location was fairly central and the Bayside Markets were only a 10 min walk.

We managed to get the room half price (approx $187 plus tax) and at that price it was reasonable value for money – if we had to pay any extra we would say there are better alternatives.

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Address: 400 South East Second Ave, Miami, Florida, 33131-2197, United States

Amenities at Hyatt Regency Miami

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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