Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel

, Vancouver, Canada
Nearby Airports
Review this Hotel
Popular Travel Destinations

Recently Reviewed Hotels Around Vancouver

Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 644

655 Burrard Street - Vancouver - British Columbia - V6C 2RL - Canada 604 683 1234
684 Traveller

Reviews - Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel

Historical Traveller Reviews of Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel

great location and great service

from A TripAdvisor Member
We returned from an Alaskan cruise and wanted to say in a nice hotel which was convenient to many of the 10 points of interest with affordable transportation nearby. The location of the hotel was great. The double decker hop on hop off bus had a stop at the front door of the hotel and we purchased a two day pass. In one weekend we saw all of the attractions on our list and more. The staff at the Hyatt Regency were extremely polite and very helpful. We got honest answers to all of our questions. Even though the check-in time was later on in the afternoon, we were able to check in at 9:00 am. We had a wonderful experience and would highly recommend this hotel to our friends and family.

Nice and Clean

from Bobkatevan
Getting ready to go on a cruise, so we used hotwire to book this nice hotel. This hotel is located very close to the Port of Vancouver and just two or three blocks from the main shopping street in Vancouver plus a couple of large malls. Near gaslamp district, robson road, etc. Rooms were clean and comfortable, though nothing out of the ordinary. Service, however, was very good. Bellman on the ball and always greeting us at the doors. We checked in right away, however friends traveling with us had to wait until 5pm to get into their room. We were with 6 other people, so we hired a taxi to carry one of our people and our suitcases to the cruise port and the rest of us walked down to the port, it was only a 10 minute walk. Taxi cost was only 5 bucks down to the cruise port. Taxi was $30 from the airport.

Convenient and Good Service Overall

from Beardad
Rain city is right, but then again you have to keep in mind that this is the Pacific Northwest. We had our share of rain in Seattle, Vancouver, while on the ship and in Anchorage as well. The Westin Seattle is wonderful, the Hilton Anchorage should be avoided. I have entered reviews on both. They are like night and day!

We checked in during rush hour, yet the valet, bellman and front desk did not make us feel rushed. Check in process was quick and we actually were able to upgrade to the Regency Club. The rooms were nice and well appointed, with comfortable beds (Not Heavenly Beds though....come on Hyatt!!!) with a well appointed bathroom. Housekeeping was good as was all other service. Found the Regency Club to be a nice respite to the crazy days of exploring. Car was always available when we would call and be going out. Bellman was quick when we were checking out, and nicest of all...it was close to the Avis Car Return as well as Canada Place where we boarded our ship. Great place to stay overall.

Long weekend in RainCity

from AFrequentTraveller
My wife and I stayed at the Hyatt for her birthday weekend.

Checked and upgraded to Regency Club - front desk staff very efficient and friendly. Took the lift to level 29 and we were greetd by the Club Concierge and shown to our room - that's never happened before.

The rooms are of a decent size and ours had great views of downtown Vancouver.The hotel is well situated for shopping and local attractions and is surrounded by restaurants and bars.

The Regency Club was much better than average although the warm food in the evenings was a little strange. The Club Concierge, Isabel, is a real gem and she will do whatever she can to make your stay more enjoyable - a very enthusiastic young lady with lots of local knowledge.

The Regency Club provides a very good continental breakfast. In the restaurant there is a choice of buffet or a la carte. The Canadian breakfast we had was very good but the buffet breakfast was dreadful - the food was barely warm and inedible - never again.

All in all a very good hotel in a great location with friendly staff

Good location and service

from hacmco
Returning from a cruise, this hotel is located very close to the Port of Vancouver and just two or three blocks from the main shopping street in Vancouver plus a major mall.
Dining in the hotel is somewhat limited, but there are a number of restaurants just outside the hotel, so this was not a problem.
Found the rooms clean and comfortable, though nothing out of the ordinary. Service, however, was very good.

The room was nice, but there were some mix-ups

from snowBoardBunny
I booked my room reservations online through their actual website and my reservation came out wrong. It was a bit of a mix -up but it turned out ok in the end. I had to leave for 1 night and return after staying at another downtown hotel.

The hotel was nice enough and the staff were polite enough, except at the front desk. I liked everyone else that they sent my way to help out. But why would it take so long to find my reservations? Both times I arrived? I was there for the first week in October 2004.

The best thing about the hotel had to be the underground tunnels to the mall --- Busines Depot, Tim Horton's, McDonald's and a convenience store --- all without getting wet since it rained for 3 or 4 days of my stay. Also the rooms were a fair size ... and well indistinguishable from all the other 4-star business-targetted hotels that I've stayed at.

The worst thing about the hotel is that you always need to enter your room card to go up and down in the elevators and I had to get my card re-magnitized once since apparently, they lose their information easily if near computers or check-outs. One poor lady had had her card re-activated for the 4th time!!! How annoying. Why don't they just enforce that for after 9 pm or something? Does it have to be every single time?

Valet parking was expensive but well worth it for downtown Vancouver.

It was easy enough to find from the airport and for doing all the travel and touristing.

I might try out a different hotel in downtown for my next stay.

Wonderful

from Kensington
Stayed for five nights in a Club Room. The room was lovely and spacious with a very nice bathroom. The view of the city from the 29th floor was great especially with the floor to ceiling windows. The club lounge had great views of the mountains and had tastey canapes every night, they served a good continental breakfast every morning and the fresh fruit was to die for. The staff were very professional and friendly. The hotel is right next to the shopping area and a couple of blocks from the waterfront where you can catch the seabus which will take you to the other side of the harbour where you can catch a direct bus to the Capilano suspension bridge (my favourite place) and Grouse mountain.

Good travel experience

from lexjax
...we just got back from a cruise and stayed there coming and going. Nice, upscale accomodation. The main thing is that we had a quiet room, which seems to be almost impossible to find anymore...there is some street noise on the lower floors. The staff was very helpful and we had a room at 10:30 am after disembarking. Great, gourmet style breakfast at the restaurant!

Excellent bargan for the area.

from abovocom
We booked the Hyatt through Priceline for $75 (US) per night (normal rates are $200). The hotel was very nice with spacious, clean rooms. The location was in the center of downtown. I would definitely stay again. Priceline rates the hotel as a 4 star. I would say that it is between 3.5 - 4 star.


Parking is extra, about $25 (CA) per day.

post cruise stay

from msmith
Had a great corner room with balcony and slight water view. Found the room clean, king bed, good service and a nice plus is the umbrella and bathrobes. We got the over 62 rate which was half price and included a full breakfast. The front desk is excellent, as we had to change our dates several times, with no problem. Best location, walk or bus anywhere. Concierge exceptional.

Top Local Tips for Vancouver

Richmond Night Market Outstanding evening (Th, F, Sa Su from late spring to mid fall) 12631 Vulcan Way, Richmond, BC Features all sorts of Asian (primarily Chinese cuisine). Also all sorts of inexpensive clothing, shoes, electronics in a veritable import flea market. Great crowds, camaraderie, tastes, and scents. It's in a rustic old industrial area by the Fraser River, with parking at $5 with fairly long 2-3 block walks.

The Grouse Grind If you are looking for some outdoor activity, I highly recommend climbing Grouse Mountain. You can take the gondola, but this is far more satisfying and the view is spectacular. It's a short drive from downtown Vancouver and takes about 1 - 1.5 hrs to climb. I recommend wearing comfortable shoes and a long sleeved layer to wear at the top for when you cool down.

Great Middle Eastern Tapas - Sanafir Great spot for dinner. Very reasonable prices, chic decor and great service make this a great dinner spot. Make a reservation early and request one of the beds for a great dinner.

(hotels)loading

Other names for Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel

  • vancouver hyatt regency
  • vancouver hyatt
  • hyatt vancouver
  • hyatt regency vancouver
  • Address: 655 Burrard Street - Vancouver - British Columbia - V6C 2RL - Canada
Travel Library Traveller Rating?
8.0/10

See All 684 reviews

Review this Hotel
Candid Traveller Photos
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
  •  Loading Image...
(hotels)loading

Hotels Near Hyatt Regency Vancouver Hotel