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We got to Canal Winchester last night. We are staying at Jarrod's dad's house. Visiting Grandpap, Grandma Carol and Ben. Not wanting to spend Porters birthday on the road we spent the day at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Porter had a great day starting with a present first thing (camera) and French toast. The zoo was amazing. Hot and exhausting, but awesome!! Had a great time celebrating Porters birthday with Grandpap, Grandma Carol and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Columbus
Not the worst.....not the best.
I stayed there with a friend for a concert for a night and wasn't all that impressed. The hotel rooms were quiet for being right above a major road. Other than that the beds were very uncomfortable. The parking....EHH! What a nightmare.
The Parking Lot is not secure
The parking situation at this hotel is ridiculous.If you don't opt for valet parking, you musttrudge ten minutes ONE WAY to the public parking lot (Chestnut Parking Garage)across the street that the hotel uses. The skywalk connectors are creepy.I had my car broken into and vandalized.The Columbus police officer who responded to the call said that this lot has at least one break in a day. He felt that the lot was not safe.I wish I had known this prior to choosing to park there.
First let me start with the positives--the staff in the restaurant, at the front desk, and housekeeping were very responsive and friendly.
On the whole, this isn't a bad hotel. It's not the nicest Hyatt by a long shot, but it's not the worst either (that distinction may belong to the Hyatt Capitol Square - it's desperately in need of an update).
It's still bad after all these years
It was poorly run in 1983, when I first stayed there, and it is STILL poorly run. Haven't been there since, but it hasn't changed for the better.
Dirty....stairwells, elevators, etc. These haven't been cleaned since then, or at least not frequently enough.
Room was VERY dusty. Maid was complaining (to another guest) that "WHO IS MY SUPERVISOR TO TELL ME WHAT TO DO? SHE'S ONLY 23 YEARS OLD. WHAT IS SHE GOING TO TELL ME???" Overheard this tidbit in the hallway, coming from a guest room.
At the coffee bar, the guy behind the counter couldn't care less. He literally was rolling his eyes.
Ugh. Can't they get this place clean? Hire some good help?
I travel alot for conventions and this had to be the WORST hotel I have EVER stayed in.
A Monday night....
Stayed one night for biz. Thought the hotel was clean, with a nice bed.
Tv was fuzzy. Staff was great at check in. For dinner filet, shrimp, and crabcakes!!! Some of the best "hotel" food I have had. Nice place to stay for the money. Good down town location. Great job Hyatt!
I recently stayed 4 days, 3 nights at the Hyatt Regency Columbus for the annual Longaberger Bee. The Hyatt was on the list of hotels giving Longaberger consultants and guests a special rate. It was third choice on my list.
My husband and I along with lots more family members stayed here on Nov. 30, 2002. We were here for a wedding, the wedding party stayed here too. We had looked forward to this day for a year to spend with our family. It was all good until 11:15. We arrived at the bar to find the employee closing it down. He said it was slow and he was leaving even after we told him that the wedding party was coming, there were going to be at least 25 people coming, he didn't care. The bar is suppose to stay open until 12 right? We had to stay in the loby to tell our friends that were coming, we weren't staying ther. We ended up getting Wendy's and eating it in the bar area, we were very upset about the matter. Susan England 1731 Winton St. Middletown Oh. 45044
It's a Hyatt/AT&T Ripoff!!
Hyatt subsidizes the low rate with an AT&T kickback scam whereby the room card looks like you will pay a long distance 75 cent hookup and 25 cent per minute call charge. NOT!!! 18 calls that I thought would cost $30.00 actually cost $204.00. As they explained the fine print, it's the AT&T carrying charge plus the .75 hookup and .25/minute. Bring a phone if you plan on calling home ET.