Hyatt Regency La Jolla
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Gestern sind wir nicht ganz so früh aufgestanden und haben uns ein wenig Zeit gelassen. So ist es gekommen, dass wir als erstes direkt mal Mittagessen gingen. So gestärkt machten wir uns auf nach Downtown. Am Hafen haben wir parkiert und uns als erstes Tickets für die USS Midway besorgt.
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Nach einer langen aber problemlosen Fahrt, d.h. ohne Stau, sind wir gestern am späteren Nachmittag in San Diego angekommen. Unser Hotelzimmer mit Sicht aufs Meer ist sehr schön, wenn auch nicht ganz so schön wie das in Monterey.
Gestern abend sind wir noch ins UTC Westfield (ein Einkaufszentrum/park) gefahren um beim …
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency La Jolla San Diego
Decent stay, but could use a little updating
I stayed here for one night in October 2003. I got a great deal on it off of Priceline--$55. While it was a super deal, I would be a little disappointed if I paid $100 or more for it. It was beautiful on the outside but it felt a little old on the inside. The room was spacious but the wallpaper was peeling a little, the carpet felt a little worn, and the sink was chipped. It wasn't dirty--in fact, the toiletries were nice, but I felt that the room was a little worn and could use some refurbishment. It was conveniently located, and overall, a decent stay.
Front desk staff was very nice.
Wasn't that bad
We went there during the low season. I got it from priceline for $75.
It's clean and quite and very close to the freeway. There was nothing else there, you need to drive the la jolla downtown, and drive down south to SD. If you want water activities should try the Hilton that's further south of the freeway. They charged us for a bottle water that we didn't consume, but later corrected it after we called.
Stayed here last month for 4 nights. Sadly, seems that Hyatt have no intertest in maintaining what was once a very well presented hotel.
Club rooms are spartan, which is just about acceptable, and poorly cleaned, which is not. Maintenance does not figure high on their priority list.
I chose this hotel to spend time in San Diego. It's just a 10 or so minute drive to Sea World and it's away from the downtown area.
There's gotta be better
Soo not worth the money. The bathroom needed to be cleaned desperately.
There was hair in the corners and the floor was sticky. There is no light in the bathroom, so you pretty much shower in the dark. The walls are paper thin - the guest in the room above ours woke me up by using the bathroom. We had to buy a fan to drown out the noise. The parking stalls were extremely tight and expensive, especially when you have to walk for 5 minutes to get to the hotel itself. Only good thing was it wasn't the typical San Diego family hotel. Not a lot of noisy kids running around.
Beautiful Hotel - Huge Rooms - Close to Attractions
The Hyatt was a beautiful hotel with huge rooms, especially the rooms with a king size bed. The staff was very professional and helpful.The pool and spa area were very well maintained and had an elegant setting.This location was only 9 miles from Sea World Drive and a few more miles to the Zoo.
this is an o.k. hotel--like many of its type, it has an attractive exterior and a spacious, beautiful lobby, but upsatirs is another story--the rooms were just o.k.--the hallway carpets were really filthy and discolored, no exaggeration, but the rooms were kept up pretty well--it was all pretty basic--do not expect a ritz--this is an average chain hotel and fills the bill for a vacationer using the room just for sleeping. the breakfast available in the a.m. is acceptable and reasonably priced. there is also a coffee bar in the lobby for purchasing morning coffee and pastries. there was a nice pool area. everyone was pleasant and helpful. we had a connection so we had a great rate--i would stay there again only if we got a special rate. location is good for all of san diego's many treasures.
Very nice hotel
Very nice hotel. Everyone was pleasant. Took my wife for our anniversary. Rooms very spacious. All that one would expect from a upscale hotel. Only complaint is that the beds are a little hard. (You hear other guests complain about it in the elevator). Other than that, great hotel and staff to run the place.
Exterior Nice, Interior Needs Upkeep
The room was only average. The bathroom door knob was loose and the bathroom door itself was dirty with dark marks. The interior part of the glass overlooking the valet area was dirty and smudged. The caprets were not clean and the room's walls were paper thin. This is the worst Hyatt Regency I've ever stayed in. I would recommend a stay at the Marriott or Embassy Suites just a few blocks away....
This hotel has typical Hyatt rooms. Fairly large, nicely furnished, nice bathrooms. The best part about this hotel is the attached health club. Cost was $12/day for unlimited access. This was a very high end club with all the ammenities. The hotel also had a laned swimming pool at no extra charge. The location was great for freeway access but was a few miles from downtown La Jolla and the beach. Parking was an extra $15 or so per day. The only real problem with this hotel was that just about everything is at an extra charge, some of it very expensive. I think the king size bed was more like a queen. I'd stay here again, but only because of the health club. I had two small children with me and although the hotel isn't exactly kid friendly, it was fine.