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Hyatt Place Fremont/Silicon Valley
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Reviewed October 16, 2011

Hyatt Place is the budget suite operation that operates one level below Hyatt's Summerfield Suites line. I've stayed at the Hyatt Place Fremont a number of times over the last two years. Overall I've found the facilities and the service a tremendous value for the money. As in all Hyatt Places I've ever visited (even in downtown locations), parking is free.

Obviously geared to weekday business travelers to the Silicon Valley, this particular Hyatt Place benefits from some vacation and group trade over the weekends, taking advantage of lower rates that make the place a particular bargain. When the Hyatt Place mark was new, staff would meticulously walk all customers through all the particulars of what to expect staying in the hotel. Over time, the routine seems to have been reduced to its bare essentials and is now about as perfunctory as at most chain hotels. That's fine with regular customers of this line, since all Hyatt Places run on similar, if not identical, routines. But if you've never been to one before, ask for the whole rundown on the place, including the pool the fitness center, the breakfast hours and the room service.

Hotel staffers, who are very young, do some of everything, from front desk reception and check-out to bar and counter service, breakfast room duty, 24-hour food preparation, lobby-tidying, and grounds clean-up. Apparently they learn the job by learning the whole house, which seems to me a terrific way to cultivate knowledgeable, competent staff. But, as at many Hyatt Places, staffing at the Fremont hotel is sparse after 11 p.m. or thereabouts, with perhaps only one staffer in charge of the whole operation. Be prepared to use the front-door intercom to get into the building to register, with a possible wait of a few minutes if the lone staffer in charge happens to be in the kitchen heating somebody's room service order. Once you have your key, either from the desk or from one of the now lobby-ubiquitous check-in check-out kiosks, you're pretty much set.

I was sorry to read of one reviewer's experience of having left clothes in the closet on check-out, and on inquiring, being told nothing had been found. With some rare exceptions for which I've been grateful, it's been pretty much my experience that in the U.S., whatever you leave behind in a hotel room, you can consider gone. One good thing about the Hyatt Place rooms is that they're so cleanly and simply laid out, its easy to make sure you leave with what you brought.

Room Tip: If an end room is available, take it, except on the first floor (ground level), where they're adjacent to entryways from the parking lots, making them a bit noisy with late-night comings and goings.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled solo
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Reviewed October 2, 2011

I had to go to Fremont to visit the Tesla Factory. The staff was so helpful in recommending things to do in the surrounding area, such as San Jose Flea Market, Winchester House, and Santana Row. Hotel room was big with small kitchen area.

Room Tip: we did upgrade to a bigger double, which had a lot of space.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 20, 2011

Left some hanging clothes in closet, called a few hours after early morning departure and was told that housekeeping did not turn anything in. Management had "just stepped out" so had to leave a massage. Manager called back and said housekeeping did not find anything....yeah right. Hope they fit.

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled on business
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Reviewed September 1, 2011

Big suite. Loved the big king size bed and the pullout sofa. The big flat screen tv was a plus too. I loved the separate sofa area to watch tv and plenty of room to run around in the room for my toddler. I also liked the fridge and sep. bar area because it had another sink to use. We felt safe here and the free continental breakfast was nice. Had bagels, bread, yogurt, fruit, cereal, danishes, and you could order hot food. The snack and drink area in the hotel was nice but the restaurant area was a little strange considering it was in the lobby. But you could get food 24hr so that was nice. I do wish it had a little convience store for more snacks or junk like magazines or souveniers. But not a big deal. The place had a pool and fitness room. Overall I thought the hotel was very nice and would stay again.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 27, 2011

We found this Hyatt to be an excellent value. We felt safe, advice was great and the good and prices were reasonable.
The tile on the pool could have used a cleaning but the water looked reasonably clean.
The room was nice and we appreciated the various connections to the flat screen to view our pictures from that day. The only negative was the bathroom was tiny. But then again, how much time do you really need to spend in there?

  • Stayed: August 2011
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Thank Medicalguy
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