This hotel offers 24-hr dining, but they don't really offer room service. How's that work? Simple. Say you're feeling a bit peckish and want a burger at 1 a.m. The hotel has a full-kitchen to prepare it for you, you'll just need to come downstairs and get it (although, we were told that if it wasn't busy, one of the "Gallery Hosts" (that's the name given to the employees/reception desk personnel/do-all-folks) may bring it up to you. But don't count on that. Still, it beats having to run outside. There's also the Grab n' Go kiosk for salads and sandwiches (and gigantic cinnamon rolls!) that will satiate at any hour.
Then there's the bar area where you can get a little tipple if you're so inclined without leaving the premises. And the prices are much better than going to an outside bar. They're serving everything from Pinot to cocktails, and bar snacks, so really, it's one-stop shopping.
Another nice little surprise is the remote-printing option. If you're in your room on your laptop and need to print out a document or boarding pass, you can do so from there! No need to log-on to the computers in the lobby. We thought that was pretty nifty.
An empty fridge to put in leftovers or whatever you stock up on is most welcome. There was a strange absence of lotion in the bathroom, but free Aquafresh toothpaste was present. This isn't the first time we've come across this phenomenon, so we plan on addressing it soon.
Opening rates have come in at $299 per night.
Disclosure we paid a media rate during our stay as a Hyatt guest. All opinions are our own.
[Photos: Hyatt Hotels/Chanize for HotelChatter]