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Hyatt Regency Amsterdam

Sarphatistraat 104, 1018 GV Amsterdam, Netherlands
Hyatt Regency Amsterdam Review
 
5 Star Rating
9 October 2017Hyatt Regency AmsterdamTags: Amsterdam, Netherlands, City reviewsThe Bill: £320 per night
 

The Hyatt Regency hotel in Amsterdam can be found bordering Amsterdam’s East neighbourhood, where you’ll find no shortage of hipsters and young professionals. This hotel only opened its doors earlier this year, so we were quite excited to be visiting.

The hotel was such a joy from the moment we entered, offering a large open plan space full of creative types, as well as suited and booted professionals. The décor was inviting and we knew instantly that this was a hotel with style, which left us excited to explore. A real highlight in the public areas was the living wall that dominates the hotel reception area, along with the communal work space, which feels like a hip coffee bar complete with locals and their laptops. The building itself is a former children’s hospital, and elements of its previous life can also be found throughout.

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As we made our way to the check-in desk, we were greeted warmly and swiftly, and as the formalities were completed we were shown on our way to the fifth floor where our suite was located. During our visit we experienced one of their Regency Executive Suites. The suite was complete with a separate living and bedroom area, as well as a walk-in wardrobe complete with a secure safe, suitcase storage and several drawers. The bathroom was accessed via the bedroom, and offered a separate bath and large walk-in drench style shower, as well as his and hers wash basins with polished chrome fixtures and fittings. The towels and robes were wonderfully fluffy and were a joy to experience.

“The Hyatt Regency was such a joy from the moment we entered”

In the bedroom, you will find a huge flat screen television, and another one can be found in the living area, along with a Nespresso machine, which we certainly enjoyed. The living area also includes a small desk which is great to pop your laptop on should you need to catch up on any work, there is also a sofa, coffee table and armchair along with various floor standing lights and lamps. Surprisingly our walls were adorned with big art which we enjoyed, and they truly added some real character to the suite.

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If you’re able to drag yourself out of your suite to enjoy the rest of the hotel, you will find the Regency Lounge which can be accessed if you are staying in a Regency Suite or Club Room. The lounge is a beautifully designed, quiet space that allows people to sit and relax and escape the hustle and bustle. It’s a huge space with various seating areas, and there is also a host who welcomes you to the lounge and explains the various timings of the food and drink on offer. Breakfast can also be enjoyed in the lounge, along with afternoon tea and cake, and alcohol and light bites in the evening which is a great way to start the night.

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The hotel also has a good size gym with the latest equipment, which I took a look at on the way sauna and steam room. I found this to be the best place to start my mornings, and it left me feeling thoroughly relaxed and ready for a day of exploring.

For dining options the hotel is home to Mama Makan which serves impressive traditional Indonesian cuisine and really must be visited should you find yourself staying here. The Hyatt Regency failed to disappoint, and we enjoyed every moment during our visit. We would have no hesitation in staying here again and cannot recommend this hotel highly enough.

 
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