Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Photos of Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
This is a great place for a layover. It is attached to the terminals, and is easy to find. There is a great selection of shops and restaurants just outside the elevator.
My room was clean and neat and nicely furnished. Laminated menus in the rooms speak of the dining options in the hotel, and they are adequate.
I would consider the property a value for less than 130 a night.
We stayed here the night before our early morning departure and we really liked it. Our room had a balcony that overlooked the terminal atrium, which my kids thought was the best. Everything was clean and comfortable. And very quiet! The room service food was excellent (try the key lime pie). Staff was very friendly. We asked for a roll-away in our king bed room and it was delivered promptly and was quite comfortable. Would definitely stay here again for a late arrival or early departure.
My husband booked the Hyatt @ the Orlando Int'l Airport thru hotels.com for only $60 a night! We only stayed for one night, but this hotel was the coolest, and I wish we'd stayed there for the rest of our trip! Our room had an awesome view of the terminal's atrium, and it was fun to watch people bustling from place to place in the morning hours. The floor we were on had an awesome atrium as well, with fountains, sitting areas, and cages with beautiful birds in them. Staying at the airport was convenient, as well, since there were lots of gift shops to browse in (including Disney, Universal, Sea World, and Kennedy Space Center souvenir stores) and a food court with many choices! We would definitely stay at the Hyatt Orlando Int'l Airport again, especially if it were a great deal like $60 a night!
January 2004 - I wanted to love the Hyatt, but . . .
The convenient location of the Hyatt made me want to like the place as I dragged my suitcases from baggage claim on the short walk to the hotel. The staff was courteous, but the room fell far short of acceptable standards. First, the heater did not work; instead, it blew 60 degree air into the frigid room. While I waited for the engineer to come repair it, I noticed Fruit Loops under the desk (they did not belong to me) and wadded up paper behind the upholstered chair, indicating that housekeeping had not been diligent.
The engineer was unable to repair the heater, so I was moved to another room. When I went into the bathroom, the smell of mildew and a sour odor was pungent. I called housekeeping and they came and provided a new shower curtain, which was what was causing the nasty odor.
The next day, the hotel did not have hot water for several hours in the morning, so for those who braved it, the morning shower was a quick and miserable event.
Though the staff were nice and helpful, the systems problems and the casual housekeeping would make me look elsewhere next time I travel to Orland.
Very nice hotel!!
After we found out that our flight was cancelled going to New York, we stayed overnight at the hyatt hotel. The lobby in the hotel is very nice and the staff was very friendly. The room was very clean we had a great view of the airport. I expected the rooms to be a little nicer though. Also the restaurants had great food and the food was very good.
I would definitely stay here again.
Great for Early Morning Flights!
The Hyatt Regency Orlando Airport is a great way to end a vacation to the Orlando area. We had an early flight out, and it was wonderful to be able to take the elevator directly to the departure floor at the airport. We could have stayed at a cheaper hotel, but we saved money since we were able to turn in our rental car the night before our flight.The rooms are typical Hyatt quality and colors. The room was very clean, and the staff was very attentive. My 8 year old son requested a room with a runway view on the top floor, and the staff was able to find that room.We highly recommend this hotel if you are arriving late in Orlando or leaving early in the morning.
We stayed at The Hyatt because we had a early flight to Las Vegas. The room we feel was not up the standard of Hyatt.The bedspead was very dirty and black mold on the ceiling. We are not happy with are stay at the Hyatt In Orlando
The Hyatt at the Orlando Int'l Airport was a hit with my family! The rooms were nice-sized, and very clean! The glass elevators were a fun touch to the hotel! The mini decks were very private and had a great view! The food at the reseraunt was awesome! I would reccomend this hotel to everyone!
You're giving away our secret !
Shhhhh, don't tell everyone how convenient and pleasant it is to stay here after a late night arrival or an early departure. Certainly don't tell them that the best rates are on the Hotel's own website under "specials". Never mention the small but pleasant pool that's open 'til 11pm or the convenient and tasty room service. Next thing you know, the rates will go up and it will be impossible to get a reservation here even in the off season. So don't tell anyone...except your friends.
My favorite hotel in the world
The Hyatt in the Orlando Airport is my favorite hotel in the world. Sure, the Regent in Hong Kong and the Inn on the Park in London are more luxurious, but this hotel is so convenient. You walk off the plane, get your luggage and drag your luggage to Hyatt, located inside the airport. No rental cars, no directions, nothing else is required. Internal rooms look into the airport and are very, very quiet. I prefer them to the external rooms that have some airplane noise. There is 24 hour room service, with lovely food. We got the filet mignon last time and it was cooked perfectly. We asked for an ice cream dessert with blueberries and got it - no problems. Nice wine by the glass to go with the filet. There is an upscale restaurant, the Hemisphere, located in the hotel with a nice view outside, lovely food, excellent service. The Japanese kabocha squash soup there last time was wonderful. You can get food from the Hemisphere delivered also, except on Sunday, when the restaurant is closed. The regular in-room food service is still avalilable on Sunday. Even the breakfast there is delicious: perfect hash browns, omelettes, sausages, bacon and orange juice. Their hot water for tea is always served in a dedicated continer that has not held coffee, so that the tea water does not smell of coffee (wish I could say that for most hotels). From the time that the plane lands until the time that I am eating dinner in my room is usually about 1 hour, with 45 minutes of that being the time to deliver the food. We've stayed all over Florida (we have relatives everywhere) and this is the nicest hotel. Best service, cleanest rooms (most Florida hotel rooms tend to stink of mildew - the Hyatt's do not), best food. My favorite Hyatt moment: when we had to get up at 7 am to stand-by for a flight and we did not make the flight. We showed back up at the Hyatt and they gave us the room key where we had stayed and we were able to get a few more hours rest prior to the next flight's availability.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport
Travel Blogs from Orlando
... to wait in line to see her, and it was! She was awesome! Nathan did his Scottish accent, and she loved it. She was definitely one of our favourites!
That night we went Polynesian for dinner at the Kona Cafe. We hopped on the Monorail to the Disney Polynesian Resort that was across the lake. We made it in perfect time for our reservation! Once again, the food was incredible. And shockingly, Nathan ordered ...
... featuring characters from the best loved films including Snow White, Pinnochio, Pete's Dragon and of course Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Once the final float had passed our spot, we made a decision to follow behind the floats to get quickly through the crowds, kind of like driving behind an ambulance! This decision proved to be a wise one as we landed in a prime spot for the finale.
While we were waiting for the ...
... 4:00 pm, because that was the only reservation we could make. We saw the Beauty and the Beast show and a movie about Walt. Bill went on Star Tours, and we saw the Muppets again. (I got to see it this time. First time I had to keep my eyes shut for most of it because of the vertigo.)
After a bus ride back to the campground, we scootered over to Chip and Dale’s Campfire, where ...
... favourite attractions! In any case, on both of the evenings we had visited, we passed Peter Pan’s Flight and the stand-by line was way too long and fast passes were not an option. I had read about this ride, that it was an enjoyable oldie… we have never been on it before. So, this was the place we headed off to first. We hadn’t rushed, taking our time to walk through Cinderella’s castle and look at the ...
... in Universal Studios is the Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, a coaster that starts off by climbing vertically (seriously – 90⁰ to the ground, straight up) for 14 storeys and then throws you around a whole bunch of loops and corkscrews. You also get to pick your own soundtrack for the ride; Kelsey listened to some Daft Punk while Caitlyn and I opted for Crystal Method. Feeling more than a little shaken afterwards (Kelsey nearly passed out), we decided to ...