One of my favorite hotels in Germany is the Hyatt Regency Mainz. In terms of upgrades, though, it is one of the most difficult. In over 20 stays at the hotel over the last few years, I’ve only been upgraded to a suite once. Here’s a review of it.
My understanding is that the hotel has only two suites: a Regency Suite (this review) and a Presidential Suite, which is currently in use on a long-term basis.
The suite is on the sixth floor, the hotel’s top level that includes the Regency Club Lounge.
As you enter the room, 609, you’ll find a large living room with a couch, two chairs, and a large dining room table. The suite overlooks the Main river.
A welcome note and bowl of fruit were waiting on the table. In the post-Gold Passport era, it is increasingly rare to receive a welcome amenity.
Just to the right of the door is an espresso machine, which standard rooms do not have.
To the left is a guest bathroom that is fairly spacious, though contains only a sink and toilet.
While standard rooms have German-branded water, the suite offered Evian in larger bottles:
A cordless phone was also present in addition to the standard landline:
The living room also had a DVD/Blu-Ray player and Bose speakers:
The bedroom was comparatively small to the living room with a king-size bed, a TV, and little else.
The master bathroom was dated, but large, with a large tub and separate shower, segregated toilet, and dual sinks.
It was great to have the extra space to spread around, especially when I was working late and my business partner John wanted to sleep. Suite upgrades are rare at this hotel, but nice when they occur.
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