Hyatt Regency Pier 66
(Miami/Keys Area) 4 4 Star:
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The Hyatt Regency Pier 66 hotel is ideally placed just 10 minutes away from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and sits strategically on the Intracoastal Waterway between the mainland and the Atlantic Ocean. Hop on a Water Taxi and enjoy the nearby beaches, shopping destinations and eateries in the local area.
All of the light and spacious rooms at the Hyatt Regency Pier 66 hotel benefit from a range of amenities to make you feel right at home during your break. Each room comes equipped with a coffee maker, a clock radio, high-speed internet access, an in-room safe, ironing facilities, room service (regular hours), a TV, air-conditioning, and a private bathroom with hairdryer.
The hotel has a great range of dining destinations for you to choose from, including the stylish Grille 66 & Bar and the trendy Lounge bar. The hotel also offers a spa, a pool area and a gym.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 384
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Tennis Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Fort Lauderdale International Airport
- Distance: 6.6 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Fort Lauderdale International Airport Distance: 6.6 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 5031 reviews
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Loved Pier Sixty Six
Stay Date: 02/2018, td397 wrote this review.
This is a legendary Ft. Lauderdale property with an incredible history. We really enjoyed our three night stay here. Yes, it is expensive just as every hotel in Ft. Lauderdale is - even the cheap motels are not cheap in this town! The pools area an… See more
This is a legendary Ft. Lauderdale property with an incredible history. We really enjoyed our three night stay here. Yes, it is expensive just as every hotel in Ft. Lauderdale is - even the cheap motels are not cheap in this town! The pools area and gardens here are beautiful as in the marina. We stayed in the tower rooms and the pool cabana rooms. Both were very very clean and contemporary / well attended and very nice amenities. Free parking and Free Wifi is a huge plus in a full service 4 star hotel as well. Sure the restaurants and lounges are expensive... this isn't Applebee's or a 2 star hotel. The front desk - especially David and Erin were extremely accommodating and friendly. We loved our stay and will return for sure! Collapse
Hot tub closes at sunset?
Stay Date: 02/2018, wendypoling wrote this review.
I chose this hotel specifically because other reviewers had said that the pool area and hot tub were nice. After a long day of traveling and arriving at 6:30 pm, it was disappointing to find out that the hot tub closes at sunset!There is no mention o… See more
I chose this hotel specifically because other reviewers had said that the pool area and hot tub were nice. After a long day of traveling and arriving at 6:30 pm, it was disappointing to find out that the hot tub closes at sunset!There is no mention of this on the website. Collapse
Unsanitary, food allergy’s beware
Stay Date: 02/2018, BritannyBarrett wrote this review.
Currently staying at this hotel with my 18 month old daughter, I would not recommend this hotel to anyone especially with children, or food allergy’s. Day one my daughter is picking up needle pins while playing on the grounds outside, we are told th… See more
Currently staying at this hotel with my 18 month old daughter, I would not recommend this hotel to anyone especially with children, or food allergy’s. Day one my daughter is picking up needle pins while playing on the grounds outside, we are told there was a gala the night before, okay no worries we move to another part of the lawn and are just cautious. We then go in to to the lobby to order a burger for our daughter, Having a child with severe food allergy’s that is anaphylactic to dairy can be challenging, especially while not at home to prepare your own food, none the less not eating isn’t a option. We are very clear explaining our daughters allergy, and settle on a plain burger with no bun, only to receive a cheeseburger, clearly no care was taken, and this hotel has no regards for food allergy’s nor do they take them seriously. To make matters worse, upon waking in the morning we realize we are sleeping on the mattress, and find no fitted sheet was on the bed, only a top sheet that was tucked. This was absolutely disgusting and totally unsanitary. The only positive of this hotel was the pool and grounds,which were beautiful, though do not make up for the latter. Collapse
Basic hotel very disappointing
Stay Date: 01/2018, SurreyConnie wrote this review.
Not a great start having to spend over 30 minutes to check in. We had a room by the water which was much quieter than the pool side. Very noisy air conditioning unit which sounded like an plane taking off. Also noisy fridge that we had to turn off… See more
Not a great start having to spend over 30 minutes to check in. We had a room by the water which was much quieter than the pool side. Very noisy air conditioning unit which sounded like an plane taking off. Also noisy fridge that we had to turn off during the night. Room in much need to re-decorating very tired. Served a purpose for a two night stay but that was enough. The bar area at night very dark and not inviting. Couldn't find anywhere inviting to spend any time. Collapse
After a poor initial impression it grew on us - but only in parts!
Stay Date: 01/2018, malabarfly wrote this review.
The reception area is very spacious, but appears a little bare for its size which gives a cold and impersonal initial appearance. There was only one lady on reception, but as nobody was waiting this did not hold us up. As expected I was asked for a c… See more
The reception area is very spacious, but appears a little bare for its size which gives a cold and impersonal initial appearance. There was only one lady on reception, but as nobody was waiting this did not hold us up. As expected I was asked for a credit card, but I don’t use credit cards if I can help it (once bitten, twice shy etc!) so offered a cash deposit instead. However, it was pleasing that there was no fuss over this and not only did she accept us without giving a credit card, but did not require a cash deposit either (although our booking had come through an agency through which they could have traced us if necessary). The Tower was still closed at the time of our visit in January, so we were given a ground floor room (the ground floor, to our initial confusion, is down one floor from the reception level). The walk to the room was lengthy and on a pitted and uneven semi-open walkway that gave the impression of being in a large barrack block rather than a four star hotel. This impression was compounded when we entered the room, which although spacious, with an equally spacious bathroom that also housed the wardrobe, was very plain with a tiled floor and sparse furnishing (for the space) giving a cold atmosphere. However, it was adequate, the bed very comfortable, and we later guessed that it was a probably a room for disabled people and therefore not typical of the rooms. Unfortunately there is nothing within walking distance by way of bars or restaurants, so unless you don’t mind a fair walk across the bridge (and back again) or a taxi you are limited to what’s on offer within the hotel complex. There are five such places – Grill 66, Pelican Landing, Mariners, The Lobby bar & restaurant, and the Pool Bar & Grill – but mostly open at different times. The first two are on the edge of the property and we did not use them so can’t comment (although Grill 66 is evening only and looks quite pricey, while Pelican Landing is furthest away and has many steps so not suited to those with mobility difficulties). We did use Mariners, which is only open for breakfast, The Lobby bar/restaurant which is only open in the evenings, and the Pool Bar which is only open during the day. The Lobby is the only place within the hotel itself for an evening drink and meal. Although a few reviewers commend it, we found it impersonal and lacklustre. Instead of a dedicated restaurant or bar it is a large open dining area/bar off the reception area – essentially an extension of the lobby. The low lighting might be considered by some to be atmospheric or cosy (although such a large, open-sided and impersonal area hardly lends itself to ‘cosiness’), but we found the atmosphere unwelcoming and would say ‘gloomy’ or ‘dingy’ are more accurate descriptors. The menu is fairly limited, with dishes about $25, but unless seated underneath one of the ceiling lights then a torch would be helpful to read it! As for the bar, although they have a selection of bottled beer there is no draft beer available – the lack of which I found surprising and disappointing in the main bar of such a large hotel. The Mariners restaurant is for breakfast, and this is light and airy. The buffet is $20 and has a, excellent selection of fresh fruit, croissants and pastries although the hot selection is limited and the only egg option is scrambled. I wanted a fried egg but was told that I could have it although it would cost an additional $5. I thought this too great a supplement so just had the fried eggs (2), hash browns and bacon option for $18. The service was good and very friendly, and coffee regularly topped up, which was as well as an 18% gratuity is automatically added to the bill so the waiters do not expect a tip on top. The Pool Bar & Grill is attractively situated by the pool in the pleasant gardens and we had a very nice lunch there (Chicken Quesadilla and Coconut Shrimp, both at $14) in agreeable and comfortable surroundings. Finally, a word about the shuttle services. There is a free shuttle bus to the beaches (1 mile away) and to the port for those going on a cruise ($7 each). However, we found both to be unreliable. We waited 35 minutes beyond the scheduled time for a shuttle to the beach before I made enquiries. A phone call from the concierge produced the bus within the next few minutes (giving the distinct impression that the driver had been dozing somewhere and would not have come without being prompted as no apology or explanation was offered). Those waiting at the beach to return to the hotel also complained of its considerable lateness. As for the shuttle for the cruise port, which is scheduled every 30 minutes, we had booked the 11.30 shuttle. It arrived at 12 noon, by which time all those booked for the noon departure were also waiting. Fortunately someone from the hotel appeared to organise the mad scramble for seats and ensure only the 11.30 bookings boarded. So the advice is – book a shuttle earlier than you think you need! Overall the place grew on us from a poor initial impression as we saw that the gardens are very attractive and the pool area good, we had accepted that our room was probably not typical, and that the rather tatty appearance of the walkways was possibly due to hurricane damage. Nevertheless, it is a bit tired and is in need of some refurbishment in places. Also, personally I would prefer somewhere with some alternative (non-hotel) options for bars/restaurants within easier reach and did not think The Lobby was particularly comfortable or agreeable for a relaxing evening drink or dinner. Collapse
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