|""Clean, quiet and friendly staff.""||(in 242 reviews)|
|"Great room and great experience!"||(in 108 reviews)|
|"Everything else was great!"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"The self parking was horrible!"||(in 156 reviews)|
|"Worst hotel experience"||(in 109 reviews)|
|"The pool was so small and uninviting."||(in 75 reviews)|
|friendly staff||in 533 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 495 reviews|
|self parking||in 476 reviews|
|great location||in 447 reviews|
|view from our room||in 445 reviews|
|pool was very small||in 176 reviews|
|room was nice||in 173 reviews|
|downtown dallas||in 150 reviews|
|bar was great||in 110 reviews|
|food was good||in 105 reviews|
|free breakfast||in 105 reviews|
|front desk||in 54 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 43 reviews|
|train station||in 25 reviews|
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Food options very limited, no room service, pool sucked, hallway carpets dirty, too many low class guests
The rooms was great. It was big and spacious. The bathroom was beautiful. Nice big shower. My wife liked the step in the shower.
The restaurants were all closed except the bar. The pool had limited hours. There’s no free parking.
Nice hotel with a great bar.
Sheets were a bit on the scratchy side
Wouldn't know. The kitchen was unbelievably understaffed and waited for over there hours and still never was seated. Bathtub doesn't drain.
Work on staffing.
Bedding and dart tunnel
Ac did not get very cold
No microwaves in room
The staff was very nice and friendly. Food was great,
Elevators are slow.
Beds were too soft
I liked the unobstructed view of the skyline. The beds were comfortable. And the room was clean.
We had a problem getting the bathroom door open and so I called front desk before stepping out for dinner. They said they'd get an engineer to come out to take a look. When we got back, the sliding door opened once before getting jammed again. I kind of gave up and decided not to even bother another engineer since we were not there to engjoy our time and not get things repaired.
Parlor rooms are pull out beds not a actual bed, Kayak did not define that
Dallas at it's Best
A remarkable hotel at the epicenter of Dallas. The hotel has immediate access to all local Dart rail trains (leading everywhere), the T (taking you to Fort Worth) and Amtrak with straight connections to Chicago and Los Angeles. A memorable vacation starts with 1 or 2 nights here and then a surprise trip either on Amtrak or Dart out to DFW airport. The atrium is amazing with views of Reunion tower and the famed 560 Wolfgang Puck's restaurant. Make your reservations at least 2-3 weeks out to get an available time slot for a memorable night viewing downtown Dallas from 3/4 of mile away and 560 feet up in the air. Room was spacious and immaculate and view of downtown, rail station, Omni was incredible. Request a view of downtown when you check in.
Valet parking is a little pricey so I opted for self pay parking at the Amtrak station ($6 for 12 hours)
Dallas is a bustling and historic city with much to see. The Hyatt Regency at Dallas allows guests to see the sights and stay in style near the iconic Reunion Tower.
All of the spacious rooms have gorgeous views overlooking downtown Dallas or the Trinity River Greenbelt. Every room comes with modern furnishings and décor to give a luxurious feeling to its guests. Each room comes with a work desk and a laptop compatible safe for those visiting for business. A private bathroom with free toiletries leaves guests looking their best on their excursion. Every guest can enjoy a flat screen television as well as free WiFi in their suite.
Dining at the Hyatt Regency ranges from a quick bite to eat to full service restaurants. The Centennial Café is nestled inside the huge 18-story atrium and offers American dishes with Texas inspiration, perfect for a casual meal or a grab and go snack. Parrino’s Oven is an open kitchen with a wood fired oven in the center of an intimate Italian restaurant. The menu contains classic favorites such as pasta and pizza and a curated wine list. Monduel’s offers Texas draft beers and craft cocktails along with traditional bar food. It’s the perfect place to catch the game and socialize. Coffee’s Post is a little market with plenty of snacks, grab and go meals, Starbucks coffee, and espressos. It is also open 24 hours a day. Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck is a fine dining restaurant that is situated on the top of the landmark Reunion Tower and revolves to give guests the best view of Downtown Dallas.
Whether coming for business or pleasure the Hyatt Regency at Dallas keeps its guests happy, well-fed, and comfortable.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
All existing Hyatt Regency Dallas reservations made before April 1, 2020 that are for arrivals through June 30, 2020 can be changed or canceled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. Any Hyatt Regency Dallas reservation you make between April 2, 2020 and June 30, 2020 – for any future arrival date – can be changed or canceled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival. This includes Advance Purchase Rate reservations. For more information, visit the Hyatt Response to COVID-19 page.
Hyatt Regency Dallas is located at 300 Reunion Boulevard in Downtown, 0.5 miles from the center of Dallas. Reunion Tower is the closest landmark to Hyatt Regency Dallas.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Hyatt Regency Dallas.
Yes, Hyatt Regency Dallas offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hyatt Regency Dallas does not offer free parking.
No, Hyatt Regency Dallas does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hyatt Regency Dallas is 5.5 miles from Dallas Love Field. Hyatt Regency Dallas is 13.4 miles from Dallas Addison.
Yes, Hyatt Regency Dallas is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Hyatt Regency Dallas has a pool onsite.
Hyatt Regency Dallas has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.