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Hyatt Regency


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  • [Review] Hyatt Regency

    We just spent a wonderful 3 days/2 nights at the Hyatt Regency on Harbor thanks to priceline. It was absolutely wonderful. My 7 year old boys thought the atrium (17 story glass building) was the most amazing thing ever and our room faced the atrium which they thought was very cool.

    We had the standard guest room with two queen beds which was tiny but perfectly adequate for our needs. Their shuttle was a little inconsistent on time but that was due to the NAMM convention, it was still great to not have to deal with parking at the resort and being able to easily go back to the hotel for an afternoon break.

    Big shoutout to their lovely bar. It's overpriced but the drinks were good and they had a lovely selection of beers on tap. Also the first night we went down, we ordered an appetizer that took like 30 minutes to get to us (again due to NAMM folks) so they comped our entire order.

    All in all it was a lovely place to stay for only 70/night (HIGH for priceline but again, friggin NAMM).

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