From it’s beautiful views, great rooms and unmatched service, you can’t help but love staying at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Houston! My daughter and I spent a girl’s weekend in Downtown Houston, and had such a great time! Check out my tips for planning your own weekend getaway!
The hotel offers valet parking, with in and out privileges. There is less expensive parking just across the street, but not with in and out. As we were coming and going quite a bit, they even left our car on the main floor so we wouldn’t have a long wait.
When making your reservations, do ask about complementary valet parking room specials, as they do sometimes offer them.
Also, be sure to enroll in Hyatt Members to receive your Hyatt Points! Click HERE to read more about it.
The glass elevators give you views of either the inside of the hotel, or of outside. We were on the 25th floor, so we had quite a good view on the way up!
Located on the 6th floor, we had to go visit the rooftop pool! It’s heated during the winter, so you can swim anytime! Even on a cold Sunday morning, we loved swimming, and having the pool to ourselves. The rooms on the 6th floor open out onto the pool.
We always pack a swimsuit, no matter the weather.
We had a double room on the 25th floor, which had an amazing view of downtown!
Our view from our room.
The same view from the pool on the 6th floor.
The Bob and Vivian Smith Fountain on the triangle of land bordered by Polk, Clay and Smith Street.
Standing in Smith Street, that’s the former Enron Tower on the right.
We really enjoyed the beautiful weather and spent a day just walking around Downtown Houston!
Russos Pizzeria is located on the ground floor, across Polk Street from they Hyatt, and is SO good! This is the original location, although there are several now around the state! Click HERE to visit their website.
Another view of the Bob and Vivian Smith fountain.
Houston B Cycles are $3/30 minutes, and we really enjoy seeing the city by bike! We have a membership, which gives us free rides, and there are docking stations all over the city! For more information, click HERE.
We enjoyed a fun ride over to Sam Houston Park. Click HERE for more information.
The Hyatt also offers complementary bike rentals to guest! You’re only a few blocks from Buffalo Bayou, and it’s a great place to ride bikes! Bring your own helmet!
Click HERE to read more about Buffalo Bayou Bike Trails.
My daughter and I had so much fun exploring Downtown!
The Spindletop sits atop the Hyatt Regency, and revolves around the city every 45 minutes while you dine! I love this view of it!
The Sky Dance Mural by C. Reily was just completed last Spring, and is so vibrant! Click HERE to see the Youtube video.
Things To Do in Houston
The Houston Tunnel System has an entrance at the Hyatt Regency, and is a fun place to explore with restaurants and stores located underground! Click HERE for more information.
Discovery Green by the George R. Brown Convention Center is a great park with so much to do, such as kayak rentals and ice skating during the winter! Click HERE to read more!
Minute Maid Park offer daily tours. Click HERE for more information.
Hyatt Regency Houston
1200 Louisiana Street, Houston
Click HERE to visit their website.
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