Area Attractions

Located on the banks of the Rhine, only a few minutes’ walk from the city’s Old Town, Hyatt Regency Mainz is the ideal starting point for exploring Mainz and its museums, churches and boutiques. The city is renowned as the “wine capital of Germany”, offering visitors convenient day trips into the well-known Rheingau and Rheinhessen wine-growing regions, while the hotel’s proximity to the Rhine invites the enjoyment of boat trips to admire castles and other historic buildings along the river.

Hyatt Regency Mainz

Templerstrasse 6
Mainz, Germany, 55116

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Explore Mainz as a Wine Lover

What to See: Mainzer Marktfrühstück

Every Saturday at the center of the city you can try wines directly from local winemakers at Mainz Marktfrühstück. The partaking winemakers rotate from time to time and leave nothing to be desired. Whether Riesling, Silvaner or Pinot Noir, there is something for everyone’s taste.

What to Know: GWC-Weinexpress (Great Wine Capital-Weinexpress)

With the GWC-Weinexpress you drive straight to the best wineries of Rhine Hesse. Each tour drives to two wineries, where you will have a wine tasting and learn important facts about winemaking.

Where to Eat: “Weck, Woscht und Woi” – bread roll, sausage and wine

Weinhaus Michel: Rustic wine pub and family owned business since 1756. Popular meeting point for young and old, T: +49 6131 233283 Weinstube Zum Bacchus: Wine pub serving high quality German dishes, T: +49 6131 4875548 Restaurant Bellpepper: Gourmet restaurant with local and international cuisine with a Rhine River view, T: +49 6131 731 1537

What to Bring Home: Good wines from Rheinhessen

The best way to take home the region’s most distinctive flavor is to bring a bottle of wine. Near the hotel is a wine store called Weinraumwohnung, a modern shop for young (and young at heart) wine lovers, T: +49 6131 3042960. The wine shop Traubenglück even sells wine fashion with amusing wordplay about wine: “Wine not?”, T: +49 6131 4640250

Art + Culture

Augustinian Church

In the midst of the hustle and bustle is St. Augustine's Church with its Baroque façade incorporated into the row of houses. It was built between 1768 to 1776 for the adjacent former monastery of the Augustinian hermits, and is now a seminary church.

Gutenberg Museum

Learn more about the history of written culture; in the print shop, visitors can try virtual printing.

Mainz Carnival Museum

This museum presents its visitors with 160 years of Mainz Carnival history and offers everything that a real fool's heart desires. If you have the time and inclination, you shouldn't miss the "fool's show".

Mainz Cathedral

The St. Martin's cathedral rises above the market square. The cathedral was built in 975 under Archbishop Willigis and has experienced fires, destruction and rebuilding over the centuries.

Family Attractions

Cart Racing Mainz

This indoor cart track can be used to learn karting and is an ideal destination for children, especially in bad weather.

Cinestar

Always the latest movies are shown the Cinestar Cinema, within close walking distance of the hotel. Fun for the whole family.

Rambazamba

The Rambazamba children’s paradise is unique in many respects. The newly constructed, purpose-built hall houses numerous attractions for children and is also largely accessible for adults.

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