The Hyatt is the best hotel we have stayed at on Clearwater Beach, FL. We stayed in a one bedroom unit with 2 bathrooms. There was plenty of room for our family. One bathroom had a shower and the other bathroom had a tub. The room and hotel were immaculately clean. The maids were great. Somedays they left papertowels and dishwaser detergent, which were greatly needed, but we usually had to ask for them. They came to clean early around 8 am, but if you leave a privacy on your door they will no bother you. Some of them do not speak English. There is a hot tub with a great view on the 16th floor. The pool is on the 8th floor. You can get towels for the beach and pool, but you must sign them out on the 8th floor pool wich is ridculous since you don't give your name when you return them. There is a threaten to charge you if you do not return them. I like how you must use your room key to get to the pool and hot tub. It keeps out people from the street. The hotel offers public parking, so anyone can possibly go through the hotel. Parking is 16 a day and 15 a day for resort fee. The resort fee is for internet, fitness, phone, towels, etc. It is a bit pricey. The fitness room is great. The wireless was not so great. The hotel has a spa. We got free breakfast every morning which was great. You are allowed a free breakfast buffet per person and a drink of 20 credit from the breakfast menu per person with the free breakfast package. We enjoyed not cooking breakfast. We ordered our breakfast to go and ate in the room, since we have kids. They are cereal, but there was plenty of food for them too. My favorite was the sticky bun french toast. We tried a little of everything. We also ate lunch at the pool one day. A hamburger and fries was 10, which was average for restaurants in the area. The best food is at the marina restaurant, which is in walking distance. We drove to Honeymoon Island and took the ferry boat ride to Caldesi Island. Great place to visit, but make sure the weather is good. We packed a cooler with lunch. You can only stay on the island for 4 hours. We saw dolphins on the ferry ride. It is only 7 dollars a person. 8 to get in the park to go to the ferry. The beach was great. It was more crowded on the weekends. We flew down so we bought chairs and umbrellas at the grocery and left them at the hotel. It cost around 25 a day to rent chairs and umbrellas. It was only 35 to buy chairs and an umbrella. we stayed for 7 nights. Wish the hotel had an indoor pool for rainy days and when the kids got sunburnt. The view from the pool is great. You can tan and see the beach at the same time. We had a great family photo shoot at Sandkey park by Tom. We met him on the pier. You can walk to the pier from the hotel easily. There are vendors and food at the pier. There were also some rough looking people there. We stayed close to our kids. The police were patrolling the area. There are many seafood restaurants to walk to or you can drive to other restaurants. Even though the hotel is pricey, it is the best. Shop around for a package deal on their sight. We got a great deal through our airline with the hotel, flight, and car rental.
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