I’ve reviewed the Hyatt Regency Miami before, but after a recent stay there, and in a different room, I wanted to post a quick update of my thoughts of the property.
In the interest of brevity, I’ll be reviewing the room itself (and providing pictures for your review) and some notes I didn’t mention before about the hotel in general.
For this stay, I was in a Miami Suite, located on the Regency Club floor. At check-in, I was upgraded to this room as a Diamond member, without using a Diamond upgrade. This hotel has been very consistent in providing complimentary upgrades, which is nice. The floor the room was located on requires key-card access, so it’s not accessible to regular guests.
The room itself was dated, and oddly shaped, with the closet and bathroom behind a walled partition, and the seating area and bed beyond.
I also recall there being no electrical outlets near the bed, which is incredibly frustrating. For a hotel not to have at least one available outlet for cell phone charging overnight is a disgrace, in my opinion.
The furniture was visibly worn and in need of replacement. The desk chair had a few rips on it, and the walls felt like they were dated as well.
The room had a closed off balcony, that you were unable to walk out on, unfortunately. It was sealed off with glass, so the closest you could get was behind the glass of your room. The view was nice, however.
At the regency club, I noted that the refrigerators housing the complimentary beverages are locked at night. While I can appreciate the hotel not wanting a large amount of beverages walking off, I think it would be a great benefit for the hotel to provide bottled water, etc. to Regency Club guests 24/7.
Plenty of caloric cookies were available during the day, should you get hungry. I may or may not have taken several of these for later. 🙂
The room itself is of decent size, but was unmemorable due to its dated nature. This room, and perhaps other parts of the hotel are in need of renovation.
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