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Hotel Review – Hyatt Regency Savannah
Fitness Center and Pool Review – Hyatt Regency Savannah
During our visit to Charlotte, North Carolina, earlier this month, we stayed the first two nights at the Hyatt Place in Arrowood. Since we had an early flight to Savannah on Monday morning, we decided to stay at the Hyatt House Charlotte Airport on Sunday night. There are actually three Hyatt hotels within close proximity to the airport. With the help of Hyatt’s customer service representative on Twitter, @HyattConcierge, we booked a room at the Hyatt House Charlotte Airport for 2,500 points plus $50.
Now I like most Hyatt hotels, but was pleasantly surprised when I found myself in the lobby of a really nice, modern, sharp, cool property!
The agent at the front desk, Vivian Thornton, was super helpful, and I humbly asked if there might be a suite available. She scoured the books and said she came up with the best room possible, that it was on the first floor, and was that alright. She assured me that I would like it.
We took the key and walked to our room. When I opened the door, I was flabbergasted. Boy, was Vivian right! We’d been given a beautiful, modern, lovely, amazing two bedroom suite. We jumped around and claimed who was getting which bathroom (doesn’t everyone do that when they find themselves in a place with more than one bathroom?) and sat on the couch saying why can we be staying here more than 14 hours?! In fact, I think I said I’d like to live there.
The living room area:
A full kitchen area, including a refrigerator, a coffee maker and a microwave. It all felt rather state of the art!
a second refrigerator:
Outside our window, we could see the pool and a basketball court:
We went for dinner at the Omaha Steakhouse next door at the Embassy Suites hotel. It was fine, especially since Won’t Run said he was tired of driving.
The next morning breakfast began at 6 a.m. which is when we needed to leave for the airport, so we just had some coffee and toast and were on our way.
I was shocked that this property was only a category 1. The only aspect of the hotel I wasn’t fond of was the Fitness Room (see review, here). But, overall, I would definitely recommend the Hyatt House Charlotte Airport. Definitely!
And now a word from Won’t Run:
What a coincidence! I was with my marathon girl and the hotel was across the street from a Marathon gas station! Who knew?
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