Cleveland’s Hyatt Regency hotel, located downtown in the historic Arcade building, combines history with the latest modern amenities. The hotel, opened in 2001, is housed in what is widely regarded as America’s first shopping mall. Today, the stylish building welcomes visitors, shopping, and lunchtime sightseers as well as hotel patrons.
The Arcade, built in 1890, is made up of two nine-story masonry towers connected by a five-story glass and metal atrium, topped with a 100-foot glass skylight. The building, designed by Cleveland architect John Eisenmann, was financed by prominent Clevelanders, John D. Rockefeller (co-founder of the Standard Oil Co.), (Senator) Marcus Hanna, and Charles Brush (inventor of the first electric streetlamp). The glass atrium is adorned by intricate metalwork, including a row of mischievous gargoyles along the fifth level.
The rooms at the Hyatt Regency Cleveland are located in the two towers and the top three floors of the Arcade’s atrium. All of the rooms feature historic vaulted ceilings and many rooms boast large bay windows that overlook the shoppers below. Room amenities include high-speed Internet access, air-conditioning, an iron and ironing board, a hairdryer, cable TV, and a complimentary daily newspaper. Suites features larger accommodations, some with Jacuzzi tubs and views of Lake Erie.
Amenities and Services
The Hyatt features a large fitness center, Maxelle’s spa and salon, a 24-hour business center, and 7000-square feet of meeting space. Guests may also take advantage of the shops, restaurant, and food court in the Arcade without going outside.
The Hyatt Regency Cleveland offers valet parking, limited room service, in-room massages and facials, laundry and dry cleaning, and a variety of business services.
Dining at the Hyatt Regency Cleveland
Guests of the Hyatt Regency may choose to dine at “1890,” the hotel’s 210-seat eatery, located just off of the lobby area. The stylish, Art Deco restaurant, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily and specializes in contemporary cuisine. Snacks, light meals, and beverages are also offered in the adjacent “1890 Lounge.” The Arcade food court offers a variety of affordable dining options, including an Arthur Treacher’s, a Chinese restaurant, and a Greek Gyro stand. A full-service Italian restaurant, Vivo, is also located within the Arcade complex.
Attractions Near the Hyatt
The Hyatt Regency is conveniently located just off of Public Square in downtown Cleveland. The hotel is just a short walk from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Great Lakes Science Center, and many business centers as well as Cleveland Indians baseball at Jacob’s Field and Cleveland Browns football at Cleveland Stadium.
Hyatt Regency Cleveland
420 Superior Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44114