Located in downtown Cincinnati, walking distance to Paul Brown Stadium
Spacious rooms feature flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and coffeemakers
Fitness center with LifeFitness cardio and weight-lifting equipment
Red Roost Tavern offers food and cocktails crafted from local produce
Heated, indoor saltwater pool and sundeck
Grab-and-go market serves Starbucks coffee
18 meeting rooms and a 24-hour business center
Room service (limited hours)
Free Wi-Fi throughout
Free shuttle to Horseshoe Casino
Guest room decor is generic
Bathrooms are small and dated
Breakfast costs an extra fee
Lower-level floors may get street noise
Charge for valet parking
Situated in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, within walking distance to restaurants, Saks 5th Avenue, and the Paul Brown Stadium, the Hyatt Regency Cincinnati is an upper-middle-range property that's a good choice for tourists and business travelers. It features tasteful, contemporary decor and a range of amenities including a chic restaurant and bar, a grab-and-go market, a 24-hour fitness center, and a heated, indoor pool. Rooms are spacious and well-maintained with contemporary decor that's somewhat generic. Each of the 486 rooms includes a mini-fridge, coffeemaker, and flat-screen TV, though the bathrooms are somewhat dated. Wi-Fi is free, but breakfast costs extra. The nearby Cincinnatian Hotel is a comparable property -- it's situated in a historic building, but doesn't have a pool.
The Hyatt Regency Cincinnati is situated in a modern brick building with window-wall accents and a glass porte cochere. The atrium-style lobby is bright and spacious and provides simple, modern decor, which includes white-tiled floors and white walls and ceilings with inset lighting. A central carpet marks off a pleasant sitting area set with chairs, side tables, and couches topped with velvety gray pillows. The Red Roost Tavern is a standout, with a chic, high-end feel that includes hanging industrial pendant lights, a long bar, and stone accent walls. An indoor, heated pool with a glass dome ceiling is also pleasant, and opens out onto a fifth floor sundeck with city views. As it's centrally located in downtown Cincinnati and in walking distance to the Paul Brown Stadium, this hotel hosts a range of travelers from business travelers to tourists and sports fans. Kids aren't especially catered to, but families do stay here.
This Hyatt hotel is centrally located in busy downtown Cincinnati, surrounded by shops, other hotels, and restaurants. Fountain Square, the city center, is a three-minute walk from the property. High-end shops like Saks 5th Avenue and Louis Vuitton are next door. Guests can walk to Paul Brown Stadium in 10 minutes. The Aronoff Center for Performing Arts and Contemporary Arts Center are just a six-minute walk from the hotel. Valet parking is available for a daily fee, the hotel can arrange airport transfers, and a free shuttle is available to the casino.
Three-minute walk to Fountain Square
Six-minute walk to the Contemporary Arts Center
Six-minute walk to the Aronoff Center for Performing Arts
10-minute walk to the Paul Brown Stadium
Five-minute drive to Horseshoe Casino
Six-minute drive to the Cincinnati Art Museum
Six-minute drive to the Newport Aquarium
Six-minute drive to Amtrak (Union Station)
Nine-minute drive to University of Cincinnati
10-minute drive to the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden
12-minute drive to Nippert Stadium
14-minute drive to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Spacious rooms with mini-fridges and coffeemakers -- but bathrooms may feel small and dated
Guest bedrooms range in size and feature contemporary neutral decor that's tasteful, though somewhat generic. Blue patterned wall-to-wall carpeting meets cream-colored walls, wood furniture, and white bedding topped with orange bolster pillows. An angular armchair offers modern flair. Rooms are air conditioned and include blackout drapes, work desks, and wardrobes. Bedrooms also include flat-screen TVs with cable, free Wi-Fi, iHome alarm clocks, in-room safes, coffee/tea-makers, and mini-fridges. Suites come with more space and include sectional sofas, full kitchens, and dining tables. Compared to the rooms, bathrooms don't feel quite up-to-par, as they're fairly small and dated -- and past guests have occasionally complained of cleanliness issues. Bathrooms tend to be fully tiled in cream and white with vanity sinks and shower/tub combos. Free toiletries, like mouthwash and toothpaste, and hairdryers are provided. Rollaway beds are available for an extra fee. Lower floors may get some street noise; higher floors tend to be quieter and have better views of the city.
Red Roost Tavern, a grab-and-go market, and heated indoor saltwater pool
The Hyatt Regency offers nicer than expected features for an urban chain hotel. The Red Roost Tavern is a chic, upscale restaurant and bar serving food crafted from local produce. The Market features grab-and-go dining options, including Starbucks coffee. A buffet breakfast is available for an extra fee, and room service is offered during limited hours. The hotel has a 24-hour fitness center, a pleasant heated indoor saltwater pool, an outdoor sundeck, 18 meeting rooms, and a gift shop. A 24-hour business center offers computers and laptop workstations along with printing and faxing services. Foreign currency exchange is available, and the hotel offers digital concierge, laundry, and dry-cleaning service. Pets are allowed, for an extra fee. Wi-Fi is free.
Customers Who Viewed Hyatt Regency Cincinnati Also Viewed