The Grand Hyatt Denver is conveniently located in downtown Denver, and a recent renovation has been completed.
This is a large property with 516 rooms. Parking is quite high at $37 per night, but there are plenty of parking lots in the surrounding area where parking can be had for much less.
Due to some medical issues we ran into with somebody else in our party, I contacted the hotel in order to try and secure an accessible room, while also trying to use a Diamond Suite upgrade as more room would be greatly appreciated.
After speaking with the hotel and letting them know the situation, they were able to come through and secure a room that would fit our needs. We also had to coordinate things with a medical supply company that was going to drop off and pick up medical supplies during our stay. The front desk staff also was very helpful in assisting us with that.
The lobby is quite large, and has a modern, “hunting lodge” type of feel with the unique fireplace.
We were given an Executive Suite, which measures just about 800 square feet.
Upon entering the room, there is a table that could be used for lounging, working or eating.
The living room is spacious with a sofa, lounge chair and coffee table. The sofa also has a pull out bed.
There is a flat screen TV opposite the sofa.
The bedroom is also spacious with plenty of room to walk around the bed. The king bed was very comfortable, with crisp linen.
There is also a desk and flat screen TV in the room.
There is a sitting chair with small table in the corner.
The bathroom was quite spacious. There is a single sink with adequate counter space.
Since this is an accessible room, there is no separate and distinct space separating the toilet and shower. A curtain separates the two spaces.
The fitness center is of adequate space, but is somewhat small for the size of the hotel. All cardio equipment was in use when I visited. There are several treadmills, elliptical machines and bikes, along with some free weights and machines.
There is a large indoor swimming pool.
The most distinguishing thing about the fitness center is the outdoor track with tennis court. The rooftop track provides great views of the city.
The Regency Club is fairly large. I popped in right at the end of breakfast. There is a large communal table with several bowls of fruit.
There were pastries, bread, juice, milk cereal, oatmeal, cut fruit, smoked salmon, and a fridge which contained drinks and yogurt.
The hotel was very quiet during our quick stay. The staff was very professional, welcoming and helpful in meeting our needs with the medical issues on hand.
I can’t thank them enough for their assistance, and would not hesitate to stay here again when in the Denver area.