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Hotel Wi-Fi these days is like hot water. You don't need to say thank you that it's there, and a hotel such as Hyatt shouldn't have spotty wifi that is unusable at times. It's like a hotel saying "but we have warm(ish) water most of...More
So surprised and impressed by this hotel. Wasn't expecting this at all. Lobby has great food place and drinks for sale. Each floor has a dispensing machine for drinks. Rooms are well appointed, comfortable and modern. Huge flat screen - wow! Overall very very impressed....More
6 Thank chaimdan
Response from libbyzarrahy, Libby Zarrahy Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International AirportResponded July 26, 2017
Thank you for your 5 STAR review of the all new Hyatt Regency Hotel! We are delighted to learn we surprised you with our new design and personal touches!
Our new 55" televisions offer a great view of your favorite program or, you can also...More
We stayed here overnight at 2 different occasions, each time we booked 3 rooms for 6 of us. Very clean hotel near to the airport. We booked this hotel to store our luggage so we could travel light to Las Vegas, and later returned the...More
Very pleasant stay in this modern and comfortable hotel. We experienced pleasant service with a smile at every turn! Special appreciation for Ayala...world's friendliest shuttle driver, and of course Sir Hyatt, the resident canine ambassador! Great experience, highly recommend.
Great hotel. Nice staff. Super clean. Rooms are lovely. Comfortable beds. Shuttle pick up both to/from airport is fast. Did not try the bars or restaurants. Also has an on-site mini store for snacks and to-go breakfasts. Would stay here again.
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Higher-End hotels are indeed starting to charge for taking care of incoming packages for guests (2 that I worked at did that). Your best bet is to call the hotel's Concierge Desk and ask. Get it from "the horse's mouth" on... More
Higher-End hotels are indeed starting to charge for taking care of incoming packages for guests (2 that I worked at did that). Your best bet is to call the hotel's Concierge Desk and ask. Get it from "the horse's mouth" on this one.