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Hyatt Regency Hotel

Jersey City, New Jersey, USA

4 Star Hotel

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Make Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson your preferred hotel for elegant accommodations and easy access to New York City. This Jersey City hotel is a quick ferry or PATH train ride to Lower Manhattan's financial district and mid-town shops, theatre and museums. Host a meeting or celebration in the hotel's versatile spaces, with stunning skyline views and a full-service business center. Savor contemporary American cuisine as you gaze out at the Hudson River and Statue of Liberty from this luxury hotel in Jersey City, New Jersey. Discover why this Hyatt hotel in Jersey City is the premier destination for all of your business and leisure activities.

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar
  • Bath
  • Business
  • CD/Stereo
  • Gym
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet
  • Laundry
  • Meeting Room
  • Minibar
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Safe
  • Telephone
  • TV

Property characteristics

  • Year of construction - 2002
  • Number of floors (main building) - 9
  • Total number of rooms - 350

Local amenities

  • City centre 640m
  • Airport 1097m

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8.6 Excellent (7 reviews)
  • Near the beach
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  • Near to restaurants / entertainment
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  • Suitable for families
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  • Suitable for older people
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10.0
Spectacular
10.0 Spectacular
  • Peter from Strabane
  • United Kingdom
A very convenient hotel if flying into Newark, Expensive and inconvenient from New York air ports.Manhattan very accessible from hotel, PATH train station right next door., one stop to WTC or all the way to 33rd street.
The hotel itself is excellent, large room, 2 double beds plus large settee, views across the Hudson to Manhattan or down river to Statue of Liberty. Staff were very helpful and pleasant always.meals and snacks always available, reasonably priced, excellent breakfast served or buffet, your choice.good concierge to help with all queries about transport, sightseeing,places to eat, bookings etc.
Top Tip: The PATH train for accessing Manhattan. The shopping mall in Newark, 15 mins.walk
8.5
Excellent
8.5 Excellent
  • Samantha from Ringwood
  • United Kingdom
This is an excellent hotel, spotless, well run and views of Manhattan skyline that are unrivalled. Fantastic facilities and both ferry and train service literally on the doorstep to take you into Manhattan or other Jersey cities. The website needs to include How To Get Here instructions for modes other than car! Finally, the manager couldn't have done enough to address the issues we had (with the visiting Denver Broncos rather than the hotel!) - we left very happy customers and would definitely recommend and return!
9.0
Magnificent
9.0 Magnificent
  • Tracy from Rossendale
  • United Kingdom
Absolutely beautiful hotel in perfect location on the Hudson river overlooking the New York skyline. Pathtrain and ferries easily transports you to the hustle and bustle of New York and then you can relax back in Jersey where life is a bit quieter and less rushed. Hotel staff could not be more helpful and very friendly. The rooms are beautiful but could have been a few more mirrors or better placed than where they were. Views across the river were amazing just like this hotel!!! Could not recommend this hotel any higher - its fabulous!!
8.9
Excellent
8.9 Excellent
  • Phillip from Lincoln
  • United Kingdom
Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. Hotel is ideally placed for travel on the PATH - the port authority subway across to the World Trade Centre, or up to 33rd street (near Maddison Sq Gardens, Penn Station, Empire State).
Breakfast buffet good value and view fantastic, also waiting staff were very good.
View from rooms on the north side of the hotel across to manhattan spectacular. Amazing to look across at the Empire State every evening.
Although the hotel is in New Jersey, you can be in uptown Manhattan in 30 mins on the PATH.
Top Tip: The Newport Mall just north of the hotel, on the New Jersey side has all the bige stores - Macy's, JC Penny, Sears, and the sales tax is lower than in New York. There is no sales tax on clothing under $100 anyway. Go to customer services in Macy's and they will give you a tourist 10% off card (for foreign tourists)
Very stylish (and pricey) restaurant call the Light Horse on the corner of Washington and Morris. A much cheaper french bistro is opposite. There is also an irish bar/ restaurant on Montgomery St, past Warren which we ate in twice, as the food was so good.
If you are doing the Ellis Island, Statue of Liberty tour, go from the Liberty State Park terminal (which is an interesting building in itself) The queues are much shorter. There is a small ferry that runs on week days that goes across from Warren to the park - costs $1 and saves the long walk around.
To get to the sites in downtown Manhattan either take the PATH across to the World Trade Centre, then a short walk to the main subway stations, or there is a ferry ($5.50) from Paulus Hook pier.
6.0
Above Average
6.0 Above Average
  • Alan from Glasgow
  • United Kingdom
The Hyatt Jersey City seems to be aiming at the local business clientele rather than tourists or family groups. The rooms are spacious and tastefully furnished however the one we were staying in didn't have a fan in the bathroom; which seemed strange for a relatively modern hotel. The leisure facilities were state of the art and well maintained.
One member of staff stood out for us - the concierge named Kari, who was very attentive with an issue we had with another company.
Top Tip: Jersey City has a fair amount to offer:-
Liberty State Park with a fantastic boardwalk and ferries to Ellis and the Statue.
Fantastic waterfront walks
Good shopping areas
best restaurant for us - La Conguita Grove Street - informal Cuban food & value for money
and, of course, there's that other great city across the Hudson.