On your next visit to Eastern Europe, make sure to book a stay at one of dozens of Hyatt properties. Here are some of their most unique hotels in the region.
Travel back to a bygone era at Estonia’s oldest historic hotel. St. Petersbourg Hotel has been around since 1850 when it served as a merchant house. Now, it’s been wonderfully restored to exude modern luxury. Located in Tallinn, the capital city of Estonia and a Unesco World Heritage Site, the property is mere steps away from the city’s most charming highlights, which include massive churches, medieval architecture, and colorful, gabled houses.Check room rates now
Located in Latvia’s capital of Riga, Hotel Bergs is a prime destination for guests traveling for either business or pleasure. This contemporary five-star hotel is situated in the heart of Bergs Bazaar, a buzzing shopping arcade filled with small boutique shops and quaint restaurants and cafés. The hotel is just a ten-minute walk from the Old Town, the Latvian National Opera, and several stunning parks.Check room rates now
Rooms at the Hyatt Regency in Kiev overlook the beautiful Old City. Culture aficionados will love how close the hotel is to the Saint-Sophia’s Cathedral and Saint-Michael’s Monastery, while shoppers will love strolling past the high-end boutiques on Khreshchatyk Street. Foodies will want to stop by the indoor food market known as Besarabsky, where they’ll find a colorful variety of fish, meat, cheese, vegetables, nuts, spices, and flowers. After a long day of exploring, relax in the hotel’s Lobby Lounge and enjoy late-night desserts and premium liquors and cigars.Check room rates now
Ekaterinburg is Russia’s fourth largest city and it’s rich in culture and history. This luxury hotel is located on the bank of Iset River and only a short distance from the famous golden-domed Church on the Blood, which was built in the early 21st century on the site where the last tsar of Russia was killed. The hotel’s star features include the indoor heated swimming pool on the 20th floor, which offers an unforgettable view of Ekaterinburg.Check room rates now
As far as location goes, it doesn’t get any better than this. The Hyatt Regency Sochi hotel overlooks the Black Sea and borders Sochi’s seaside pedestrian-only Primorskaya Street. This stand-alone building is only minutes from restaurants, high-end retailers, nightclubs, cultural institutions, and even a beach equipped with towels, sunbeds and shower cabins specifically set aside for hotel guests.Check room rates now
The details that go into this luxury boutique hotel will make guests feel like a million bucks. Every room is furnished to reflect the lifestyle of the quaint neighbourhood in which it is located, Vračar. As a cultural heritage building, Saint Ten Hotel combines tradition and modernity by featuring wooden floors, handmade furniture and stone bathrooms. The hotel is conveniently located near some of Belgrade’s must-sees, including the open-air Kalenić food market, the Church of St. Sava, and the Nikola Tesla Museum. Guests can get around by renting one of the hotel’s bikes for free.Check room rates now