I love when history and modernity collide. There is always room for both, to remember craftsmanship and bring new breath into old buildings. The Hyatt Regency at the Arcade in Cleveland is the perfect mashup of new and old, modern angles, and intricate craftsmanship of a bygone era. The arcade was originally built in 1890, and is steeped in bounds of history. Originally a shopping mall, it still retains some shops, but Hyatt Regency has created a whole new experience in a hotel! How neato!
The downtown area is alive and bustling, right across the street is 4th Street , with a great nightlife and where I got to spend time at the House of Blues. Also, totally neato.
The Arcade is right in the best part of downtown Cleveland, just a few blocks away from the Browns Stadium, and the lake, the casinos for a bit of money spending nightlife, and here at 4th Street. Having never been to Cleveland before we really found the best place to stay for a little bit of everything!
If you’re a sports fan, make sure you get a couple of tickets to go see the Browns in action! Or heck, the Heat!! Cleveland is one heck of a sports town, so when you’re doing with your game, you need a great place to rest your head and enjoy a night cap. Hyatt Regency hotels don’t just take care in the hotel stay itself but in the restaurants they have in house. Their 1890 Restaurant has a menu that will make your salivate. The perogies alone, man oh man.
I enjoyed all that the Hyatt had to offer, the history is has steeped in it’s very walls and the amenities in the hotel and surrounding it all. Wherever you might be staying, I would recommend searching out a Hyatt in the area. You will love it.
*My stay at the Hyatt at the Arcade was paid for by the ADAMideast during my stay at the Ohio Dairy Adventure. All opinions are my own.*