Lower end Hyatt right next to a busy railroad trac
Posted Aug 25, 2016
When you think Hyatt you think a nice luxurious hotel. Turns out the "House" brand is like ordering "House" at a bar, Downscale, like no fancy products in the small bathroom, no bathrobes in the closet. The breakfast buffet was ok, and there was even a small omelet station hidden in a corner where most people wouldn't notice.
But the killer was it it is literally a stone's throw from a very busy railroad track with trains a hundred cars long - in both directions. An engineer (who spent a couple hours replacing my broken TV) explained there's a switch up ahead of the hotel so trains can go both ways all night long - every half hour according to my companion. When we complained we were told they hold the rooms on that side of the building till the others are sold, and the hotel was sold out. Finally switched to a room down the hall on our last of 4 nights. If you stay, make sure your room is not on that side. The rooms are smaller than they look on the website, but nice and the staff was great.