Area Attractions

Step outside Hyatt Regency Amsterdam, right into the city’s cultural garden. Refreshingly green and an unique place to explore and enjoy with a never ending selection of things to see and do. Dive into the wildlife with a visit to Artis Royal Zoo and the Botanical Gardens, appreciate the arts at the Hermitage or the Dutch National Opera & Ballet, or savor a cocktail at the oldest bar in town. Plus, the best way to get around Amsterdam is by bicycle or by public transportation, with the tram and metro just a few steps away. Feel free to rent one of our bicycles to explore the local way, or drop by some of our favorite places to eat and drink with just minutes of cycling through the city.

Hyatt Regency Amsterdam

Sarphatistraat 104
Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1018 GV

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Arts

Hermitage

Enrich your visit with the beautiful art collection of the most famed and biggest museum of the world.

Cultural Museums and Landmarks

Scheepvaartmuseum

Learn about the maritime history of the Netherlands. Exciting stories, paintings, and attributes to discover the world of Marine.

Jewish Historical Museum

Visit the four monumental synagogues of Amsterdam, which present the Jewish culture, religion, and history in the Netherlands.

De Magere Brug

The oldest and most known bridge of Amsterdam, right next door to our hotel. A charming bridge whose name translates to “The Skinny Bridge," it can be seen in some notable movies like James Bond.

Family Attractions


Shopping Areas

Utrechtsestraat m

in the middle of the canal district lies Utrechtsestraat filled with specialist shops & family businesses that value quality, service and hospitality. Even small boutiques of your favourite luxury brands are located here.

Harlemmerstraat

A gem in the Jordaan district and a renowned as an independent shopping street filled with speciality stores, little salons, trendy but affordable restaurants and bars and the oldest cinema in Amsterdam

Dining


Parks and Recreation

Oosterpark

Large park in the east end. Home to one of the world’s most known festivals, the “Amsterdam Roots Festival,” every year.

Frankendael Park

Step back in time and wander around the historical gardens of Frankendael Park, an old Dutch country estate.