I stayed here for four nights for a work conference and had a very nice stay. As there were several large groups on property coming in around the same time, there was a line at check-in. I have never in all my years travelling, had a check in process go as quickly and easily as I did here. The front desk staff is to be commended as they did a terrific job with the amount of folks they had coming in at one time. Everyone was very pleasant and it was nice to see the front end managers up in the lines talking to people and making sure everyone was taken care of.
The hotel is going through some renovations and several floors were blocked off, but I had a refurbished room and it was very nice. Very modern, super clean and comfortable with a fantastic views of Dealey Plaza, the Grassy Knoll, the Book Depository and downtown Dallas. The only downside to the hotel, if you are on the side facing the plaza is that you will hear the train that runs between Dallas and Fort Worth. If you are a light sleeper, I would recommend getting a room on the other side of the building. It wasn’t a big bother to me, but the one morning I wanted to sleep in, I heard the trains at 6 am. Oh well! The view more than made up for this one issue! There is an empty fridge in the room (no mini bar) which was nice to have cold water or sodas in your room if you wanted.
I’ve attended and planned several meetings where you have to run from one end of the property to the next to get from meeting room to meeting room, but at the Hyatt Reunion, everything is spaciously in a close proximity to everything. The different levels are easily accessible via escalator or elevator and the rooms were clean and comfortable (not too hot and not too cold). There are several restaurants on the second level as well as a coffee shop on the main level serving Starbucks coffee and a gift shop. If you are up for a pricer meal and you like Asian fusion, then make reservations for the Five Sixty Wolfgang Puck restaurant in the Reunion Tower that is attached to the hotel. Great views in this rotating restaurant with really good food.
The location is key for the Hyatt Reunion – you are within walking distance to West End, where there are several restaurants and shops and for history buffs, as mentioned, you are right near where President Kennedy was assassinated. There are several tours from bus to walking to horse drawn carriage that will point out all of the historical sites along the way. While I didn’t have time for a tour, I was able to walk through and overhear a tour and go visit the museum across from the depository.
I would definitely return to the Hyatt Reunion for business or leisure travel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion is located adjacent to the downtown historic district and is connected to landmark Reunion Tower and historic Union Station. The hotel has 1,120 guest rooms, 42 suites, an outdoor pool and newly renovated Hyatt StayFit Gym. Conveniently located near the Convention Center, West End Entertainment District, American Airlines Center, business, sports, cultural and shopping areas. The hotel also has the longest running AAA four-diamond distinction among convention hotels in downtown Dallas. ... more less
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