There are many activities on site, including kayaking, a nice pool and beach, and a decent gym. ... See full review
Feb 21, 2008
Good hotel for couples/business travelers. Not too much for kids to do. Other hotels in the area... See full review
Feb 14, 2010
Hyatt Regency Saipan hotel lies on 14 acres of lush, tropical gardens, with lagoons and the magnificent Micro Beach, on the beautiful Pacific island of Saipan in the Northern Marianas. At our hotel in Saipan, you are sure to find romance, relaxation, fine dining, hospitality and entertainment in an exotic tropical environment. Our Saipan hotel offers luxury rooms and suites that overlook the beautiful, landscaped hotel gardens and offer guests with lavish amenities. The living comfort here is accentuated by delightful dining at our Saipan hotel's multi-cuisine restaurants that offer regional dishes from various parts of Italy to Japanese food. The lounges and bars offer the choicest of cocktails to our most discerning guests. Hyatt Regency Saipan hotel in Micronesia offers exciting activities on the hotel premises such as spa facilities at i Sagua Spa, the Club Elan fitness centre and the free-form swimming pool. Be it water sports for adults or camp facilities for our younger guests, we have it all here at our hotel in Saipan. From business trips to vacations, our luxury resort is a destination of choice for many on a visit to Saipan in Micronesia.
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Good hotel for couples/business travelers. Not too much for kids to do. Other hotels in the area offer more activities for kids. Great location for the area, and beautiful beach area. The rooms aren't quite up to par with other Hyatt's I've stayed
at, though not too bad compared to other hotels in the area. There are many restaurants within walking distance that are great - the restaurants at the hotel were way..overpriced. No coffee in room though coffee was available at the hotel coffee/sandwich shop for $4 for half a cup of house coffee --not impressed.
There are many activities on site, including kayaking, a nice pool and beach, and a decent gym. The grounds were well kept and attractive. A tour guide is located on site (though most of the brochures are in Japanese). However, if you rent a
car, most of the WWII historical sites and eco-tourism sites are a short drive away. The room was very comfortable and the view was great. There is a large variety of local and asian restaurants close by, with the american restaurants a little further away, but still in walking distance. All the food I tried at the hotel was good and the service staff was very friendly and helpful.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Every Thursday, there is a street festival set up in front of the hotel featuring a Chamorro (native islander) dinner/BBQ. Later, there are fireworks on the beach.