Grand Hyatt Denver Downtown
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Excellent central location
My wife and I stayed at the the Hyatt for 7 nights from August 28th. Our room on the 23rd floor was very well appointed with a view across the city. When we made our booking we specified a non-smoking room in a quiet position and that is precisely what we got. The room furniture was clean and included an easy chair with foot stool and desk with high speed internet facility. The King bed was very comfortable with plenty of pillows and scatter cushions. The walk-in wardrobe had ample hanging space and our cases were also stored in there. The bathroom was clean and of a good size and well stocked with toiletries. All of this left us feeling comfortable with plenty of space to move around. All staff members were very helpful, particularly the bell hops and valet parkers. If you choose to eat out then the hotel location is ideally placed for walking around town and the numerous restaurants and breakfast eateries such as Delectable Egg on Tremont. The 16th Street Mall bus (which is free!) is ideal for getting down to Larimer Square and takes about 5 minutes. The nearest stop is a few blocks along Welton. All in all we loved our first visit to Denver and the Hyatt Regency was the icing on the cake. Please note there is no problem walking around this city if you should choose to do so! On our first Sunday we walked all the way up to the Botanic Gardens!
Great place for the price
Recently stayed at the Hyatt downtown Denver and was VERY pleased. Our room was immaculate and had new modern furnishings. Nice comforter and large pillows. Bathroom nice size with granite countertop and great shower. Exercise facility above average with neat outdoor running track at about the 4-5th floor. Kids loved the pool as it was on the 4-5th floor with big picture windows to look out at the skyline. Centrally located to everything. A bit tricky to find the first time but no problem after that. Hotel that made me feel I was in a higher class hotel than a low budget motel. I always appreciate that. Will definitely stay here again! I was there over a weekend and saw no evidence of renovation.
Spent one evening recently at the Hyatt and was very pleased with the accommodations and the staff (especially after reading earlier comments). I had no noise issues and the staff from Valet to Desk to Room Service was extremely courteous and willing to please. My son and I enjoyed the large swimming pool and hot tub. Room service was excellent, we had dinner and breakfast. Would recommend staying here absolutely.
Very nice hotel with a great location in downtown Denver. A little bit of noise could be heard in the room from the busy street below. I bought ear plugs from the drugstore to take care of that problem.
Excellent. Just got back from a 3 night stay at the Hyatt Downtown.
Great Service & Location. Room was renovated and meticulous. Got this hotel through priceline for $49 a night!! Be warned, they are currently renovating the property. I didn't see anything but did hear some hammering after 9am, didn't mind though..since I was out all day. But for the price it can't be beat.
Great location good service
we stayed Jan. 2 2004 1 nite. This is a good spot for a layover . easy acess to a FUN downtown area with lots to do. easy to use public transport to get around. The staff was great! very eager to please.
Room was fair, view was awful, room was clean except for a old smelly carpet.Good water pressure in shower. Food in am was ok.Beds were a bit hard for us but certainly not awful.I canot say enough about the staff. However, for the price, I would prob. try the downtown holiday inn next time. It would be about the same with a better location for the things we like to do. Virgin records, Hardrock cafe, mall with lots of cute but OVER priced shops. and right on the frre trolley route . We had to walk 2 blks. from hyatt which is no big deal in summer but it was about 10 F.
If you get a cheap rate and think you are getting a steal...guess again. They are allegedly renovating this hotel from the top floor down. Guess where they put you - you got it, in the yet to be renovated rooms. Stained carpets, awful beds, grimy bathrooms, and that not clean feeling. Maybe in a year or so it will be nice, but as for this time this was written it was a dump. We were acutally put in a room that had black soot and grime that had filled the bathroom sink, when we asked to switch rooms, the desk clerk knew what the problem was and told us that the room was acutually taken off the list to be used....duh...so why did you put us in it? Stay elsewhere...but if you want to roll the dice, go to priceline.com and bid 55 bucks on a 3 star.
Average but not exceptional
Travelled here for business. The facilities were very good. The room was spacious and the bathroom was modern and spotless. The staff was very attentive. There is a fitness room with decent equipment and a jogging track. The hot breakfast buffet at the restaurant was excellent with good health food options.
My only complaint was that the beds were hard and pillows were thin.
I checked rates at several local hotels and for the quality and size of the rooms this is a good value. Many of my colleagues paid the same price for smaller spartan rooms at the Holiday Inn so I was very pleased with the value.
Felt very Welcome
June 15, 2003Last week I spent a night at the Hyatt Regency Denver. The location was very central, close to shopping and Museums. Check-in was a real treat compared to many hotels. Angela the desk clerk was very pleasant and efficient. I chose the Club Level which turned out to be a great move because for just a very few dollars more I had my own concierge, munchies and wine anytime I wanted them. My room was attractively furnished with a view of the city. The room was also very clean and cool which was great in the hot weather. My only complaint was that the carpet was old and worn. Other than that a very nice hotel. I would stay there again mostly because I felt so welcome.
Despite an Internet reservation for a larger, upper floor room at extra cost, the front desk offered me a room on the fourth floor because the upper floor rooms werent ready yet. I declined and after waiting in the bar for a half-hour I returned to the desk. They acted like they did me a favor finding me an upper floor room. The first room was so small the mini bar door hit the bed wouldnt open all the way, the toilet was running and the TV remote didnt work. I complained and got a room across the hall, which was larger, but the carpet badly needed to be replaced.
I later discovered that the pool is on the fourth floor. Street noise, pool traffic and the odor of chlorine.
Overall, the facility and staff werent bad, but wasting over an hour getting a half-decent room soured me on the Hyatt.
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