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The staff was pretty nice. We were given a room with an adjoining door (which I've learned my lesson to specifically ask not to have a room with one of these at check-in) with pretty loud neighbors. No problems switching rooms to an end room. Outdated decor but clean room and comfortable bed. Oh, and an empty fridge that is not stuffed with overpriced food and drinks is a nice touch. Wifi is $10 a day! Rip off! I guess that's why the room itself was cheap. Also, my boyfriend left a suit and several shirts hanging in the closet. He lives out of town, so I tried contacting the hotel for several days. Every time I got connected to their Lost and Found, no one ever picked up which was pretty frustrating. I finally just went to pick up the clothes, and they were handed to me crumpled in a trash bag. That was a tad unprofessional.
It's in a good location, and parking is pretty cheap. The 3 different pillows on the King bed is the worst sleeping arrangement I ever can across. They gave one almost normal frumpy pillow, and 2 smaller almost like sofa pillows of various firmness. I don't know why: but I just can't sleep well trying to sleep on sofa size pillows. Regular hotels give you 4 full size pillows: that works why can't Hyatt do that? The room temperatures vary widely between blistering hot and freezing cold. The air conditioner makes noises like you wouldn't believe. The walls are poorly insulated from sound: whoever was in the next room pulled a noisy all nighter which made it very difficult to get a good nights rest. All my problems getting rest made it very difficult for me get my business stuff done during the day. There is a insufficient amount of elevators for the amount of people that can be in the hotel at any given time. There was a wedding going on: and on average it would like around 30 minutes to get from the car to your room. The parking system is a big pain because you have to take your ticket to the front desk and get it validated every time you come and go from the parking lot.
Location Old, worn and has not been upgraded for decades. I have stayed at many other Hyatt Regency's in the past that put this place to shame.
Comfortable and clean. The staff were genuinely very helpful and friendly. Most hotels still don't seem to understand life has changed since the 1890s for business and even personal travel. We have devices, many of them. They require many accessible electric outlets. We need real desk space. We need quiet during business hours. We need consistent, reliable high speed internet, not sluggish intermittent access. The 19th and 20th centuries are now quite long past. Holiday Inn, catch up please.
It's very easy to get in and to stay in. Very close to airport, which make it easy to be on time. Free transp to airport. The lobby. I'd like more room and furniture.
The staff was very helpful and the shuttle service to the subway was always available and the driver was very kind.
I have a feather allergy, staff was very nice about exchanging feather pillows for fiberfill pillows.
Breakfast, room comfort, wifi., business room with computer/printer. Noisy pre-teen children running up and down halls playing hockey and slamming doors at 9 P.M. with adult chaperones not intervening to control them.
Front desk person was pleasant but not authorized to solve any problems This place belongs in the 60's, and not in a good way.