Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center
Got this hotel over the weekend (Fri/Sat) for $30 night on priceline. Was very pleased. Rooms were incredible. The beds were great, very, very soft. Plenty of pillows (always a plus in my book). Is very upscale. Only issue is the jacuzzi. It is way too small for a hotel this large. (Could barely fit two or three adults, and that is no exageration). Service was good, room service was very good. Staff very friendly and knowledgeable. There was a small problem with our bill at checkout, but the staff and manager were first rate in working the problem out, very nice to deal with. Overall, a wonderful experience my family and me will not forget.
Was in Denver for the Mountain West Conference Tournament to support the New Mexico Lobos. Apon arrival, front desk guy saw our Lobo clothing and congratulated us on our win. I know this was going to be a great stay! The rooms were decorated incredible! Apparently they got new pillow top beds, down comforters. Was absolutley gorgeous, woke up to gorgeous snow the next morning. What else could I ask for?
Hyatt best pool and breakfast buffet around
My daughter and I stayed this past weekend. Location quiet but centrally located to restaurants and Park Meadows Mall as well as downtown. We had a good view it is quiet and off the main highway. It is an older hotel well maintained, our room that included the shower and furniture show wear but the beds with the feather down comforters are very comfortable. Nice amenites, pool was great. Our nightly rate included the breakfast buffet which had many items to choose from, we could have done without the wait staff who found it necessary to clean the windows and dust under the table while we were eating, the piano that plays automatically was a nice touch. They validated our parking ticket at the front desk so there should not be a charge for parking. We would stay here again but there are better values to be found in the Tech Center area we just wanted the indoor pool and work out room that over looks the pool is one of the nicest in this area.
How can you go wrong for $45 a night!
I just stayed at the Hyatt DTC for two nights. The place was eerily quiet, except for a robotic player piano. It was a typical Hyatt , with big empty atrium and the usual amenities. The room was nicely furnished, with a comfy bed, nice desk, good task lighting and adequate bathroom and closet space. The furniture and rugs were a bit beat up around the edges, but clean. The decor was corporate - reserved, but quite restful. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Only drawback was that the indoor pool/jacuzzi was occupied by screaming kids and wasn't all that inviting and the health club was in the same room as the pool - which between the chlorine vapors, high humidity and general noise level was a turn-off. I didn't sample the food or room service, because within two blocks there are a handful of upscale chain restaurants that are generally reliable. I've stayed at significantly worse places for three times the rate. If I was paying the usual $169 a night I'd rate this average - but at $45 it was a real deal.
I read the review tiltled "DISAPPOINTED" about the Hyatt Regency Tech Center and I had to agree.
I stayed there this past weekend.
It was a the "Romantic package" I bought.
The weekend was very important and I spent alot of thought and money wanting it to be a beautiful,memorable time.
Included in the package was Champagne and Chocolate covered strawberries to be awaiting when we arrived.
There were none so I had to call down and remind them, we got them an hour later.
Kind of put alittle bit of a damper on things from the start.
Wanting to stay indoors all weekend to spend time alone I was also put out that we could not get any room service between 11:00 and 3:00.
We were hungry and wanted lunch.
That was also very inconvenient to have to get ready to run downstairs to eat in the Cafe when we wanted to stay in bed.
Friday night we ate in the restaurant, we were the only ones there which was nice but the waiter had no change for a 20 so I ended up having to give him a $40 tip versus the $30 that was due.
This is after I gave the guy 10 dollars for bringing the champagne and strawberries that should have been sitting in the room on arrival because he had no change.
To top off my experience my fiance was not allowed to get on the elevator because he did not have his key on him so I had to run downstairs to retrieve him.LOL
Which was understandable but hours later it was O.K for a drunken party of people hooting and hollering in the corridors on our level all hours of the night.
I would not stay at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center again.
Alot more professionalism and some updated rooms it would be exceptional.
Location is good and view is not to bad.
After reading the reviews here, decided to stay at the Hyatt RTC while travelling for vacation with my two children. While the lobby area is lovely, the rooms were dated and showed more than a little wear and tear. The carpets were absolutely filthy and the shower in our first room disgustingly moldly (the room we were switched to after complaining was only a little moldy). After a swim in the pool (pretty nice as it is in the common lobby area), my children and I returned to our room to take showers and found that there was no hot water to be found anywhere. At $159/night and $10 for parking ($18 for valet), I felt this hotel to be extremely overpriced and completely underwhelming. We will not be back.
Not so good
We had a room with view not to the mountains but inside the building. There were only walls to look at. The service was unpersonal. The price was oke. The room was oke.
The Best Value
This is the best value I have ever had in recent years. The hotel is modern and new, the room is huge and the amenities are new, and the staff is very polite and friendly. I was given a card that entitles me to a 30% off all things in the Cafe and they have life performance during my stay, which you can enjoy either in the resturant downstairs or from the balcany to the rooms. There is a door in the hallway that shuts off all the sound if you prefer to go back to your room though. I paid a super low price for this hotel through priceline but I would like to stay here again at their rate next time.
We had great night at the Hyatt Tech Center. After a quick check in, we were opening our room door, when we heard our names called out by someone in the hall. It was the manager, who had chased us down to offer us an upgraded room. New, modern, comfortable, quiet hotel with a wonderful Sunday breakfast buffet.
I've stayed here three times. Each time, we got wonderful rates of $79.00/night. The interior and exterior of the hotel are gorgeous, with classy modern decor. The rooms were very clean, large and comfortable, and the service very friendly and prompt.
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