Hyatt Regency Toronto Hotel Review is part of the TPOL in Canada Trip Report.
Getting There: Take the train from Pearson airport (see Transport Toronto: How to Get Around The North).
If you’re looking to be in the middle of the hustle and bustle, stay at the Hyatt Regency Toronto. Outside the door is bar after bar and many restaurant choices (see The Finer Things: Where to Eat & Drink in Toronto). The CN tower and waterfront are also within walking distance.
A standard Hyatt king is all I need when I’m traveling.
I will complain that the water would go from decent pressure to nonexistent.
I was on the 19th floor and was almost impressed with the view because of the availability of a balcony. The “no fun” police decided that this was a safety hazard so the balcony was off limits.
When Hyatt devalues, it will be the end of free travel. There’s already next to zero availability with Bonvoy cash and points, and the rest of the programs aren’t handing rooms away like they used to (see Club Carlson: Where Did You Go? 6 Great Pre-Deval Redemptions). If you have Hyatt points, use them and enjoy them before we are all relegated to some stranger’s creepy Airbnb.
For 12k points and a solid location, the Hyatt Toronto is a good choice.