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On a recent trip to Denver, Colorado, I stayed one night at the Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. I also stayed one night at the Grand Hyatt Denver. They are only a five minute walk away from one another, and both are very convenient to everything downtown Denver has to offer.
I love the welcome sign in front of the Hyatt Regency’s front desk.
As a convention center hotel, it is large and has an expansive lobby.
The bronze sculptures on one of the lobby walls are called the Climbers and are the creation of artist Bill Starke. (“Six half life sized figures scaling a limestone wall using tangerine colored ropes. The ropes all converge at a single point representing the idea that people attending a convention are working together to achieve a common goal“).
The room was a standard room. It was fine by all accounts and clean.
I liked the fact that you could actually open the window, if only a little and the view was quite nice.
Although the room was small, the Regency Lounge was large. It was comfortable and I really liked the breakfast there!
One last mention – the hotel management was attentive and apologetic that there were no room upgrades available. As a very nice gesture, the hotel gave us a $50 credit towards drinks at Peaks Lounge. The Peaks Lounge is on the 27th floor of the hotel and has fabulous panoramic views of Denver.
The fitness center is reviewed separately, but it is a fabulous facility. So, even though the hotel room was small, I had an overall positive experience at the Hyatt Regency and would recommend it.
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