Well appointed rooms with everything you need for business.
Great shower in small wet room.
Bed comfortable but not as blissful as some other chain hotels.
All new decoration apparently but somehow the interior designer has made the place look dated, not retro in a funky way, but just dated.
The main lobby and lounge area is an awful, empty, soulless space that feels like purgatory. Not only that, but it doesn't really function properly; A diverse collection of uncomfortable seats scattered about seemingly at random in front of a large living flame fireplace that gives out no heat? What's that all about?
The shop in the lobby is a great feature and sells pretty much all those little bits and pieces that you would need over a weekend stay.
Restaurant is like the lobby, functional but soulless.
The charges for WiFi in the room are a rip off, but the Hyatt chain is just one of many that chooses to extort this stealth tax on a facility that has become one of a businessman's essential requirements.