Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel

, Miami, United States
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Hyatt Regency Miami Hotel

3 star

Rooms: 612

400 SE 2nd Avenue - Miami - Florida - 33131 - United States Hotel Website | 305 358 1234
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Definitely use Priceline!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I agree with the other postings to bring your earplugs if you can't sleep through noise (namely a loud buzzing drawbridge that sounds like an alarm clock!)
That is our only complaint... However there is no way this hotel is worth $240 a night. We paid $50 on priceline and were so glad we did. There was a $25 ride from the airport, and $10 ride to the cruise port including tips.
The room was organized in an efficient manner, and we loved the balcony. Unfortunately we faced the aforementioned buzzing drawbridge as well as a building being torn down with a wrecking ball!
We had dinner at the sports bar and really enjoyed it.
That all said, we'd definitely stay there again for the $50/night.

s Hotel Only!

from carter-elston
I stayed at this hotel in order to attend a conference recently and was less than impressed. All I can say is that it was convenient. I had my family with me and the hotel was not family oriented or family friendly, especially for little kids. The room accomodations were fine and nice, but the view was terrible. It was a dusty view of Biscayne Bay with all its wonderful construction....nothing to write home to mom about and the dust was a bit overwhelming. In fact, even the pool area was less than pleasing. In fairness, perhaps when they finish all the construction and building downtown this hotel will be better...but for now it is terrible. I also found that it was not near many restaurants, other than fast food locales, coffee shops, and bakeries. The best restaurant options were at Bayside Marketplace, about a 8 blocks away.

So, in summation, it was an o.k. hotel - only great for a meeting/conference (great meeting space) and not a 1st pick if you are looking to stay at a great vacation, get-a-way, family oriented, reasonably priced, or convenient hotel in Miami.

I must add that we stayed 2 nights and then relocated....Enough is enough!!

Nice but bring your earplugs

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is not a bad hotel, but it does have a few shortcomings.

First, we stayed on the river side of the hotel on the 18th floor, and all night long, whenever a bus or truck went over the toll bridge just below, it made an extremely loud crashing sound which would have kept me awake all night had it not been for my trusty earplugs.

Second, the handle on the shower was broken and my husband had to fix it with a bottle opener in order to change the water temperature.

Third, there was a safe in the room but no refrigerator (?).

Fourth, Parking--$20 a night for valet, with the only other alternative being the self-parking down the street for $18.50 a night. Ouch.

Fifth, the restaurant is expensive for what it serves. Glad we had dinner out. Breakfast was way high.

All those things being said,
The room was nicely appointed, no problems there.

The staff was very friendly and courteous, and the amenities were plush. I might stay here again if I were to be able to book the room for what I paid through Priceline ($70 before taxes, etc., which put it up to just under $100 a night) but would ask for a room away from the river, eat away from the hotel, and not rent a car.

reasonably priced Hyatt

from Wismergirl
We were in Hyatt on August 27, 2004. Originally, we chose to stay in Hyatt before our cruise because there was a Thrifty car rental office & it's pretty close to the Port of Miami. Unfortunately, the Thrifty office was closed a couple of months before our cruise date so we had to book a Budget car with an office in Downtown Sheraton which was directly opposite Hyatt. We got a really good rate at Hyatt; the senior rate was only $44.95 for a very spacious room. Upgrading to the Regency Club floors was only $32 extra & we had free buffet breakfast for 4 ($15 each if we had to pay). I reserved the hotel rooms way in advance in January, so the rate was absolutely unbeatable.

The front desk staff was not as helpful as those in Eden Roc (where we stayed for 2 days before switching to Hyatt) & less friendly. When I asked for directions to go on the free Metromover (Miami’s downtown skyrail) to Bayside Market, they told us to get off 2 stops early so we had to walk under the unbearably hot sun for 10 minutes. I personally did not like Bayside Market as the merchandise was not as cheap as SOBE’s and the quality of food in the food court was only average. Basically, no one wanted to shop in the market stalls as there was no air-conditioning and even the air-conditioned food court was not cool enough. However, the air-conditioned Disney Store there had some excellent T-shirts for $5 and stuffed animals like a one-foot long Nemo was only $6.

In general, Hyatt was my pick just because of the cheap price & the "stay-for-2-&-1-night-free" offer. Otherwise, I usually prefer Marriott which is more convenient and has a more pleasant view of the Port of Miami.

Great Hotel

from jaxlore
Ok I have stayed here once and it was great. We got a great deal on price line except for the $20 a night parking but to be fair anywhere you go in Miami or Miami beach is like that. But the rooms where great, the staff was wonderful. We were only a 5-10 minute drive to South Beach and there was nice little 24 hour brazillian restaurant right around the corner.
Loved it.

Not bad, but not a resort

from becuzisaidso123
We booked this hotel on a pre-cruise package through the cruise line. The room was nice, but a bit worn. We had a balcony that overlooked the roof of another part of the There are a few restaurants on the grounds and ONE small pool. On a positive note though, the hotel is located in a fairly decent area, and within walking distance of Bayside Market (an outside strip mall w/entertainment, etc.). Also close to the Port of Miami; cab fare w/tip was less than $10.00. This is a fine place to stay if you just need one night; however I think it was a bit pricey.


from A TripAdvisor Member
the best hotel i've ever stayed in and I only go to 4 and 5 star hotels so that means it must be good. wonderfull for all the family. Overall it's perfect and that sums it up.

Not as bad as others make it sound

from A TripAdvisor Member
I recently visited this hotel on a weekend excursion to Miami. After I bid a rate of $45/day on Priceline and having it accepted, I visited this site to see what others had to say. I was a little concerned based on the reviews. Seems like others either loved it or hated it. My experience was pretty good.

When me and my friend pulled up to check-in, the valet was only mildly helpful in letting us know what we needed to do to get things started. I overlooked this and proceeded to check in. The receptioninst (Allyn) was very nice and friendly. Because I called in before-hand to request a room high up with a balcony, I expected for things to be set. After making it to my room, I noticed we had a HUGE window for a wall (which was nice) but no balcony. Allyn worked with me until I had a room to my liking on the 24 floor (the top floor) that had TWO balconies! I was pleased.

My overall service experience there was slightly above average. Most employees were helpful, but not overly helpful. No problems there.

I can see where the place could use some renovations. Some of the buttons in the elevator didn't light up when pushed. Though we stayed on the 24th floor (which technically requires a card to access the floor) some of the elevators required the card to get to the floor, other elevators didn't. The feel of the hotel is something like you would typically find in the mid 90's. The pool is smaller than it looks on the website. The workout room could use an upgrade. Rooms could use mild renovations, though they were stylish. The grounds were clean and quiet overall though.

Location was convenient (right off the 95). If you are doing business downtown, the FREE tram that commutes around downtown is conveniently positioned so you don't have to go outside to get to it... though it seemed that only lower income people tended to use it the weekend I was there (but there were several police on and around these trams, in addition to video surveillence).

Overall, my experience was pleasant. For what I paid, it couldn't be beat. I don't know if I would have been as pleased if I stayed there for the advertised rates of $100+. I WOULD recommend it over the Sheraton Biscayne Bay which is right down the street (service is better).

*TIP: If you are looking for a room with a king-sized bed, get a room that ends in "_41" (ex. 641, 1041, etc.) These rooms are larger than average, all have 2 balconies and, consequently, two different views of the city. A much better view is to be had higher up. I would recommend a "bay" view. Rooms that end in "_38" all have no balconies and one wall of floor-to-ceiling window but are VERY spacious.

*Note: Parking is $20/day unless you park at a lot which is about a 5 minute walk away (costs around $5). We were going to park at one of these discounted lots but my friend saw a guy who looked homeless trying to open the door to a car which was parked in the lot. Downtown overall is a seedy place to stay. Be observant.

Tired hotel but convenient to pier

from quilty
Stayed there night before leaving on a cruise. Close to pier so that was good, but tired hotel with lack of amenities. Have stayed at Hyatt's in Hawaii and carribean...this is NOT a resort. Fine for a one night stay before going on a cruise but skip it if you are looking for a luxury hotel.
To their credit the staff was friendly and nice. Hotel tired, food average and choice of food well BELOW average. Come on Hyatt...we are used to better!

Terribly disappointed

from A TripAdvisor Member
After a 9 day intensive seminar and trade show convention in Vegas, we planned a 2 day r&r in Miami before heading home. Not knowing the area very well, my husband suggested the Hyatt figuring that at least we would have a hotel brand that we know and could explore the area for our next visit. I made the reservation on-line and filled out their request form. I asked for a non-smoking room on a high floor and I was happy to see that they asked if I preferred a "quiet room". Since we're not partiers I thought this was a great option and selected it. I have to say that although the room itself had some nice amenities to it - loft-like set up, nice bath amenities and view of the garbage-filled Miami river, our first night of rest was interrupted by the guys next door who came in around 1 a.m. The walls are paper thin and we could hear everything they said. The second night, there was incredibly loud music with really heavy bass that started around 10 and went until about 4 or 5 a.m. It was explained to us that the Bank of America rents out its roof space for parties. We were offered as a booby prize to have our phone charges taken off our bill. I would have preferred a free visit. Very disappointing hotel experience and needless to say...we won't be back.

Top Local Tips for Miami

Metro Rail/Metro Mover Miami has a clean reliable public transportation system that is cheap and easy to access.

Water in rooms Dont drink the water in the rooms, they charge you $6 each one! meanwhile theres a gas station a block away that sells it for a $1! Oh and the Turkey Club Sandwich from room service is delish!

Taxi payments Most taxis in Miami do not seem to take credit cards for payments. Our driver explained it was because it cost over $2000.00 per cab to have the machine installed and was nice enough to drive us to a bank machine and give us a discount for having to go there enroute.


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  • Address: 400 SE 2nd Avenue - Miami - Florida - 33131 - United States
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