Located next to the East 4th Street Entertainment District, our hotel places you close to Cleveland’s best. Walk to the sports action at Progressive Field, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, and FirstEnergy Stadium. Try your luck at the Jack Casino or check out the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame—all within walking distance of the hotel.
Take in a concert at the world-famous House of Blues, conveniently located across the street from the hotel.
East 4th Street Entertainment District
Hyatt Regency Cleveland is located across the street from the area’s trendiest entertainment. The 4th Street Entertainment District offers world class restaurants and nightlife venues for your enjoyment.
A magnificent concert hall opened in 1931, it recently underwent a $36 million renovation and expansion. It is home to The Cleveland Orchestra. Close your eyes and listen to a Mozart concert aria.
This zoo, in the heart of Cleveland, boasts the largest primate collection. See reindeers up close and personal. Be amazed as an elephant smashes a pumpkin with his mouth. Go through the Rainforest Discovery Center, featuring over 10,000 plants and 600 types of animals.
Cleveland's most popular attraction is fun for visitors of all ages, and just a 15 minute walk from the hotel. The Rock Hall is dedicated to exploring the past, present and future of the music – and the cultural context from which it emerges.
Exhibits include dinosaur bones, natural gemstones and fossils, and a huge section on Ohio birds, plant life, insects, and archeology. A planetarium teaches kids and adults all about the moon, the stars, and the galaxy. 15 minutes driving distance from the hotel.
You don't need an ocean to hit the beach in Cleveland. Just look for the Victorian clock tower. There you will find the city's beach and state park. Lure a fish to your line from the pier. Swim in Lake Erie. Work out on the fitness course. Let the kids romp on the playground, while you set up lunch in the picnic area.
A popular spot, particularly during the summer months, Cain Park offers 22-acres of natural beauty. Feed the ducks at the lake. Gather friends for a concert at the park's amphitheatre. Enjoy a jazz or art festival on a balmy summer evening. Make the park’s annual musicals a tradition for your family.