January 20, 2018

Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf Germany Review

Hyatt Sign

In mid June, I stayed at the Hyatt Regency in Dusseldorf, Germany.  The hotel is roughly 4.6 miles from the Dusseldorf international airport.  By car, the hotel is a 13 minute drive from the airport.  The hotel is not in the main city area of Dusseldorf, but rather is located at the edge of the city by the Rhine river.

You can reach the main part of the city in a 10 to 20 minute walk along the side of the river or you can walk about 10 minutes in the other direction to a tram or bus station which will take you into the center of the city.  Taxis are available for pickup at the hotel or they can be hailed on the street located over the Rhine river bridge at the hotel.

I arrived in Dusseldorf from a business class flight on HiFly airlines.

See my video review below:

Front of Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf
Front entrance to Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf

Details

Hotel: Hyatt Regency
Address: SpeditionstraBe 19, 40221 Dusseldorf
Temperature: mid to low 60’s (F)
Reserved Room: King Room (€200 a night)
Diamond Member Complimentary Upgrade: Club King (€275 a night)
Diamond Suite Certificate Upgrade: Regency Suite King (€715 a night)

Booking the Hotel

I originally booked the room as a king room for four nights.  I paid for the hotel with the Citi Prestige credit card which reimburses the 4th night free for any hotel paid for with the credit card.  Because I’m a Hyatt Diamond member, I was upgraded to the Club King room.  Hyatt Diamond members receive 4 complementary suite upgrades per year which is what I used to upgrade to the Regency Suite King.

Suite King Room

The room was located on the 15th floor.  Standard rooms are 32 sq meters and the Regency Suite King was 72 sq meters.  The suite included a living room with separate work area, guest bathroom, king bedroom, master bathroom, and floor to ceiling windows with views of the Rhine river.  The master bathroom included a walk-in rain shower, separate bathtub and granite counters.

There were 2 TVs, one in the living room and one in the bedroom, as well as complimentary premium internet access.  Additional notable amenities included: complimentary fresh fruit & mineral water, DVD player, coffee machine, and access to the Regency Club on the 18th floor.

Entrance to hotel suite
Entrance to hotel suite
Hyatt Regency suite living room
Suite living room
Main entrance to suite
Main entrance to suite

Suite corner

living room sofa
living room sofa
drink cabinet
drink cabinet
suite bedroom
suite bedroom
View from the bedroom
View from the bedroom
River side view from the bedroom
River side view
Hallway to bathroom
Hallway to bathroom
Hallway desk
Hallway desk
Dual bathroom sinks
dual bathroom sinks

bathroom sinks

Walk-in shower with bathtub
Walk-in shower with bathtub

Additional view of shower with bathtub

Walk-in shower
Walk-in shower

Nearby offices

View of riverside skyline from suite
View of riverside skyline from suite

The Regency suite was almost like a small apartment.  The view was incredible, the room was clean and modern, you would have had to look pretty hard to find something to complain about.

Regency Club 

The Hyatt Regency Club is located on the 18th floor and is only available to Diamond members or guests that pay for a room with club level access (Club King room).  The Regency Club offers complimentary continental breakfast, hot beverages, and soft drinks throughout the day.  In the evening there is complimentary wine, beer, and light appetizers.  The view from the 18th floor overlooked the Rhine river and was pretty amazing.

Hyatt Regency Club
Hyatt Regency Club
View from Hyatt Regency Club
View from Hyatt Regency Club

Table at Regency Club with riverside view

Formal Regency Club dining table

View of riverside from the Regency Club

Riverside view at night from Regency Club

Riverside at night with skyline view

Brunch

Hyatt Diamond members receive complementary breakfast from the hotel only when a club lounge is not available.  Although there was a Regency Club at the the hotel, I still received complimentary breakfast at the buffet, but it was a courtesy from the hotel since they weren’t obligated.

The breakfast buffet was very good.  The buffet included a large spread of food which included an omelet station, a large selection of hot food, fruits, yogurts, pastries, juice, and coffee.  The only thing I didn’t see was pancakes or waffles, but I’m sure they could have been ordered if I had asked.

Dox restaurant logo

View of the river from Dox restaurant

Omlet station

Salad toppings from buffet

yogart at the buffet

Ceral options at the buffet

breads, jam and pastries at the buffet

Additional pastries from the buffet

Buffet breads

Rive Spa & Gym

The hotel spa has a full range of treatments in a very modern facility.  The gym is located on the right side of the main spa entrance.  The gym was clean and there was a good selection of basic cardio equipment with enough machines to go around in case there was a crowd.  Strength training equipment included a selection of free weights and a few machines.

Rive Spa front desk

Hotel gym cardio equipment

Hotel gym free weights

Hotel gym treadmills

Pros

  • Really nice modern business style hotel.
  • Diamond members are treated well.
  • Suite upgrades are honored at this property.
  • Regency king suite was impressive.
  • Most of the hotel staff understood and could speak English.
  • Really nice views of the city from the hotel.

Cons

  • The hotel is not directly in the main section of the city so you have to walk about 15 to 20 minutes along the river to get there.
  • There is no ATM on the property.  The closest ATM is a ten minute walk from the property.
  • Going back and forth to the city by taxi can get expensive.

Final Thoughts

The Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf is a really nice, well maintained business hotel that treats Diamond members very well.  Although the hotel is not directly in the main center of the city, you can reach the downtown area with a short walk across the Rhine river or by heading in the other direction to a tram or a bus.

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Travel enthusiast that spent years flying in the back of planes and staying at cheaper hotels in order to save a little money. After learning how to leverage airline and hotel loyalty programs, I've developed an interest in luxury travel and write about my experiences with it.

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