Hyatt Regency Dallas

Address: 300 Reunion Blvd., Dallas, Texas, 75207, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown Dallas area of Dallas, is near Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District, Reunion Tower Lookout, John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, and Old Red Courthouse.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Dallas

    Hyatt Easter Weekend Downtown Dallas

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    Very Nice Rooms,

    Very Nice Hotel,

    Easy access to all of Downtown, Access to dart train station from hotel basement,

    Had Easter Brunch at Antes in The Dome, It was Pricey but great, Easter bunny was there, Great for Kids,

    If you a light sleeper, try to get a room away from the atrium and away from the train station, Kept me up all night, but I am a very light sleeper,

    beautiful hotel, Great Glass Elevator rides for kids, no indoor pool :(

    Hot tub and pool outside great views of the skyline at night,

    Loved the location

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    I stayed 1 day in this hotel. The location is excellent and walking distance to some of the better attractions in downtown Dallas. The room was clean and the facilities were impressive. The staffs were very helpful and courteous. The Sunday Brunch in the Skydome is excellent and well priced. I paid about half of the normal rate. Parking is extra and a little on the high side.

    Dennis D.

    Corpus Christi, TX.

    Very nice and clean building, bizarre staff behaviour

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    A very nice and clean hotel but the staff is bizarre. Be prepared to be treated second class if you are there for a convention. We were blamed for the hotel overbooking itself? This resulted in requests that we put in July for our October stay could not be fulfilled. Staff would not even tell us the name of the hotel manager - they did after I pointed out that they were being evasive.

    We had to ask four different staff to be served in the restaurant, none of them would. Finally a hostess served us, she asked two staff members who also refused. Finally, 45 minutes later, a waiter showed up only to be annoyed with us because he did not know how to fill out our bill? Actually stay away from the Centennial Cafe in the hotel, the food is awful - old.

    My 5 month pregnant wife was forced by staff to walk well out of her way(walk around to escalator and go one floor down) when trying to get on an elevator yet getting off of it was no problem. They were stationed right at the elevator, literally leaning on it. Staff would not tell her why.

    Hyatt Regency Dallas fine by me

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    I spent Easter weekend 2004 there and I have to say I really liked this hotel. I did not like Dallas, but at least my hotel stay was nice.

    Staff was friendly and the revolving resturant (ball shaped tower next door) good food.

    If I ever come back to Dallas, which is highly unlikely, I will stay at the Hyatt again.

    Fantasic Stay

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    My Husband and I stayed here on our wedding night. We purchased the Reunion Package ahead of time on the Hyatt website. $250 included the standard king sized room, chamagne and godiva chocolates, basically unlimited dinner and drinks and Antares (the revovling restaurant atop reunion tower), breakfast in bed, and valet parking. Also I might add that it includes tax and tips.

    We had a wonderful time and it was so nice not to worry about paying for dinner (Antares is rather expensive). The rooms were nicely furnished and clean. The staff was very friendly as well. Overall it was an amazing deal. The hotel is beautiful and we had an excellent view of the city and even overlooking the grassy knoll!

    Would recommend this place over and over again!

    Fantastic stay!

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    We just got back from a 3 night stay at this hotel. We were part of a conference and I have to say that things were pretty much as good as they can be at this hotel. The staff were very accommodating, the rooms were spacious and comfortable, and the food was outstanding. Also a great location, within walking distance of many sights and shopping.

    Nice lobby bar and a good coffee stop. I can't think of any negatives at all so our stay must have been above average. I would definitely recommend staying at this hotel and would stay at it again.

    See the Entire Dallas Skyline

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    This is a great hotel which located in the center of many attractions.

    Only couple blocks away is the downtown Dallas visitor center. The view is to die for. We can see the entire Dallas skyline from our room.

    Restaurants in the Reunion tower are also nice and beautiful. I'd recommend this hotel to everyone.

    Not Bad

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    3rd stay here in last 2 years - Not bad! Rooms a little small and lobby is always busy every visit. However, rooms are kept clean and no problems with parking, valet, security, room service or etc. front desk is wonderful- very helpful very close to downtown, West End and train will take you there cheapif you have more than 2 people or have a need for more than 1 shower a day ask for towels as they only give 2 per room per day

    Location is great....

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    Stayed here for Great American Truck Show at convention center so location was great. Near restaurants, train, light rail, etc. Rooms were't anything special. Food average. Staff very nice. Probably stay here again.

    4th of July at Dallas Hyatt

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    We watched 2nd best fireworks I've seen. View was great. Service was excellent. Food above average, but not great. Hotel was remodeling, but our floor (22nd) had been remodeled, but I would never hire those contractors. Not a quality make over. Decor seemed dull and uninviting.

    Years ago, the decor just popped when you walked in the door. For what we got - the price was pretty high.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency Dallas

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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