Your Guide to the New Hyatt Regency Amsterdam – Now Accepting Reservations

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The Hyatt Regency Amsterdam started taking reservations yesterday, for arrivals starting June 1, 2017.

The property will join the Andaz Amsterdam, Prinsengracht and the Hyatt Place Amsterdam Airport to be Hyatt’s third property in Amsterdam.

Here’s the Hyatt Regency Amsterdam map location to get your bearings, via Google Maps.

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The 19th century building that formerly housed the Emma Kinderziekenhuis (a children’s hospital) is in the final stages of renovation, and the eagerly awaited new Hyatt is rumored to have a soft opening sometime in April.

There’a a 24/7 fitness center, and a Club Lounge. The property will also have four meeting rooms with a separate conference entrance.

Parking includes underground garage and valet, though there are no prices listed yet on the website.

Room categories:

• Standard
• View
• Deluxe
• Deluxe View
• Club
• Suite
• Regency Executive Suite
• Spinoza Suite

Rates:

Introductory rates are offered at 260 EUR (about 275 USD), with advance purchase at 234 EUR (about 247 USD). Rates increase by 20 EUR for each category, so the Club room goes for 340 EUR (about 360 USD) per night.

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Playing around with random dates, I found a AAA rate in mid-November at 240 EUR (about 254 USD) with advance purchase at 216 EUR (about 228 USD).

There are no suite prices or pictures online yet, and rooms are not yet bookable using points. There is no information yet on what category the Hyatt Regency Amsterdam will be for redemptions.

Guest Rooms:

The Hyatt Regency Amsterdam will have 211 guest rooms, including 15 suites.
Guest rooms start at 247 square feet in the Standard room and boast a walk-in rain shower.

Standard Room at the Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, via Hyatt's website

Standard Room at the Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, via Hyatt’s website

According to the Hyatt website, the View rooms offer views of either the Canal or city skyline and are 322 square feet.

The Deluxe rooms are corner rooms and all have 430 square feet. They also come with bathtubs and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The Deluxe View rooms are smaller than the Deluxe rooms at 376 square feet, and don’t have bathtubs. They do offer city views though.

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The Club rooms run between 322 and 430 square feet and of course come with Club Lounge access.

Regency Club Room at Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, via Hyatt's website

Regency Club Room at Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, via Hyatt’s website

The Suites aren’t yet available for booking online, but size starts at 645 square feet and tops out at 1356 square feet. Rooms have bathtubs, double vanity, and come with Club Lounge access.

The Regency Executive Suite has a separate living and dining area, and the Spinoza Suite with separate living and dining area includes a kitchenette and walk-through closet.

Pets:

For those who like to travel with their furry family members, dogs are welcome in the lobby, guest rooms, and in the Mama Makan restaurant and bar (on leash). The fee is 45 EUR (about 48 USD) per stay.

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Food and Drinks:

The Hyatt Regency Amsterdam will have Mama Makan Restaurant & Bar styled as a Dutch Grand Café in Indonesia serving cocktails inspired by nature. No menu available yet for the European/Indonesian restaurant, but quoting the website –

Italian risottos sit alongside French crab bisques, Dutch kibbeling and Indonesian signature gorengs

Yum. Sounds delicious.

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Summary

The location of the new property looks very good, and I always love seeing Hyatt expand their footprint. I’m curious to learn what category the property will be for award redemption, and eagerly look forward to seeing pictures of the suites!

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    • Melinda
      Reply

      Great to hear that the new Hyatt is in a convenient location Kathy (Will Run for Miles), and thanks for the links. I’m sure readers will find them helpful if planning a trip to Amsterdam. I checked out the De Plantage restaurant menu and it looks delicious, especially the lunch dishes and Tartines. Yum!

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