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I stay at this Hyatt because it is convenient, the restaurant staff is excellent and the lobby good for meetings. I have stayed there maybe 50 nights in the past couple of years. The rooms are the only disappointment. My refrigerator made noise and I...More
The staff is friendly and attentive in person, however, when I called with a question no one answered the phone. The hotel is convenient to the office and there is shuttle service upon request. The hotel is clean, the lobby is spacious and the hot...More
Excellent stay, however noisy on my floor. People don’t realize that their voices carry. Children were running in the halls and yelling. The food and staff were wonderful and they had a great attitude.
US$ 100 - US$ 232 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A debit card can be used but it's not like a credit card where they can put a reserve on it. They'd have to withdraw a fixed amount which would be in their account. I think you are better off bringing cash and paying for... More
A debit card can be used but it's not like a credit card where they can put a reserve on it. They'd have to withdraw a fixed amount which would be in their account. I think you are better off bringing cash and paying for your incidentals that way. Debit cards and hotels don't always make the traveler happy and it's problematic for the hotel as well.