“Hyatt Regency Toronto impresses with its unique location, excellent service, breathtaking views and a fantastic atmosphere.”
According to our sentiment analysis of 3500 clients’ answers – of which 74.8% were positive – Hyatt Regency Toronto offers a phenomenal atmosphere (92% net satisfaction score), location (88%) and cleanliness (81%.) Families report a 83% net satisfaction rate.
The table below is based on our sentiment analysis of customer feedback and includes the main attributes of the hotel.
The formula we used is: Sentiment Scores % = % Promoters – % Detractors
The rooms at Hyatt Regency Toronto provide guests with a comfortable and luxurious experience. Each of the 394 rooms features a pillow-top Hyatt Grand Bed, ergonomic workstations with complimentary Wi-Fi, and a widescreen TV. The hotel also provides basic amenities like toothpaste, toothbrushes, extra towels, a sewing kit, and more. Furthermore, the hotel offers great views, clean and spacious rooms, comfortable beds, and an excellent shower. Additionally, the hotel staff is extremely friendly and helpful and will go above and beyond to make sure guests have an enjoyable stay.
The Hyatt Regency Toronto hotel is located in the Entertainment District and offers luxurious amenities, including a seasonal rooftop pool, 24-hour gym, business centre and suite upgrades for members (subject to availability). Guests can also look forward to complimentary breakfast, lounge access and excellent room service.
Hyatt Regency Toronto is located in the heart of downtown Toronto, and it is surrounded by some of the city’s finest restaurants. With 33 options to choose from, travellers can enjoy a variety of cuisines ranging from Asian and Japanese to Mediterranean and British. Each restaurant offers its own unique atmosphere and delicious food, so no matter what your taste, you will be sure to find something to satisfy your craving. We recommend that you visit Alo (French Michelin rated), Figo Toronto (Italian), The Haam (sushi and taco) or Khao San Road (Thay).
Hyatt Regency Toronto is a great hotel located in an amazing downtown location, offering guests easy access to some of the best attractions in the city. Guests can take a short walk to visit the iconic CN Tower and Rogers Centre. There are also plenty of shopping centers, museums, and the Theatre District nearby. Guests can also enjoy some fun activities at the Harbourfront and on Toronto Island.
The Hyatt Regency Toronto is a pet-friendly hotel, allowing up to two dogs up to 50 lbs each or 75lb combined, for an additional fee of CAD 100 per night. The hotel enforces a guest pet agreement, which must be signed on check-in.
According to Giata, Hyatt Regency Toronto is a four star hotel.
For on-street parking, the hotel offers rates ranging from $1.00 to $5.00 per hour (HST Included). For off-street (non-gated pay-and-display lots or garages), the rates range from $1.00 to $4.00 per 30 minutes (HST included). On weekends many locations offer rates lower than $1.00 per hour. In addition, the hotel also has an underground parking facility with 123 spots available for C$8.85 per 2 hours. Self-parking for the hotel is about $30 per day. Valet service for parking is also available at the hotel.
Please note that rates and availability change often and for the latest parking rates please contact the hotel directly.
There are streetcars that run on King Street, just in front of the hotel. The closest Subway station is St. Andrew (located at the intersection of University and King Street W. Finally, you can take the train from Union Station, located at 1.4 km via the Path and Skywalk.
If you take the UP (Union Pearson train) from the Pearson station, it will take you about 30-40 minutes to reach Union Station. There you could either take the subway to St. Andrew subway station and a streetcar to the hotel or you could walk for 15 minutes. The detailed route can be found here.
The hotel is 1.9 km from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport and 26 km from Pearson International Airport.
Yes, Hyatt is considered a high-end hotel chain. Despite being one of the smaller brands in the hospitality company’s portfolio, it has impressively found a niche in the higher-end market by focusing on modern and elegant spaces and high quality service. The ultra-exclusive sub brand Miraval is often preferred by celebrities.
Choosing between Holiday Inn and Hyatt for a travel experience can be a difficult decision. Both offer great options for travelers with different needs, budgets, and preferences. However, Holiday Inn is the ideal choice for those who prefer a more leisurely stay, while Hyatt is better suited to those looking for a luxurious and memorable experience.
Marriott owns more than 7,000 properties in 131 countries, whereas Hyatt has more than 1,000 properties in 68 countries across six continents, so Marriott is the larger chain. It also has more credit card options and is attractive to business travelers for its breadth of portfolio and number of brands.
According to official sources, in 2018 Hyatt chose Pepsi partnership with Coca Cola that lasted 20 years.
Monthly, 27,100 travellers search for the keywords Hyatt Regency Toronto , making it the 6th most popular hotel in Toronto. Most guests use their mobile phones to access the hotel’s website.
Every month, the website is visited by 9,393 travellers from English Canada, 1,986 from French Canada, 6,238 from the US and 532 from the UK.
Here are the demographics of the hotel’s website who search the keywords “Hyatt Regency Toronto”:
As such, we could deduct that the main target audience of Hyatt Regency Toronto is the segment between 35 and 44 year old.
Based on our cutting edge eye tracking analysis, the hotel shows a 69% optimal clarity, which is higher than 60% of the most popular websites. As you can see in the heatmap above, the featured image of the splendid hotel is an important area of interest but very distracting as it receives 57.4% of attention. In comparison, the hotel logo received only 10.4% of attention, the booking button 1.4% and the menu located in the upper centre only 1.9% of attention.
The focus map above shows what area of the landing page are visible to a visitor. Please note that the website menu, the room booking button are virtually invisible.