The Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa is currently undergoing a renovation. It appears that most of the renovation is complete. I had the opportunity to stay at the property several times during the summer and will do reviews on a renovated Deluxe Pool View Room, as well as a renovated Penthouse Suite.
Upon entering the room, the bathroom is located to the right.
There is a single sink with plenty of counter space.
There is a separate glass enclosed shower.
There is a large bath tub and plenty of counter space thanks to the counter extending all the way to the wall from the sink.
The toilet is not separate from the rest of the bathroom.
The bed is comfortable with plenty of space on each side of the bed. There is a night stand on each side of the bed as well.
The rest of the room is located down a couple of stairs.
There is a sofa, chair and a couple of small tables that could be moved if wanting to eat at the couch.
The desk is somewhat small. I wouldn’t expect a large desk at a resort.
The outlet is conveniently located, has two plugs and well as two USB plugs, which make things easy to charge.
A flat screen TV is mounted on the wall, somewhere between the bed and “living room”.
There is a large sideboard, which houses the mini bar. There are also electrical outlets located on the side.
There is a small nook for the coffee maker. Two bottles of complimentary water are also provided.
There is a small fridge beneath the coffee maker which is helpful in keeping drinks cold on a hot summer day.
The closet is rather large, with a luggage rack, safe, iron, ironing board, extra pillow and robe.
The view overlooks the pool area. It can get somewhat loud during the day, but is usually fairly quiet at night.
I booked my room with a Virtuoso agent. This rate includes breakfast at Lantana, late check-out, room upgrade and $100 resort credit. Some of these amenities are redundant as a Hyatt Diamond member, but the $100 resort credit is well worth it, especially during the summer when rates are lower.
The Season’s Best Fruit ($11) fruit plate provides a generous amount of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, honeydew melon, cantaloupe, strawberries, half a plum, orange and grapefruit segments, and a slice of pineapple.
The Omelette ($16) includes bacon, ham, sausage, and cheddar cheese, and comes with breakfast potatoes. The omelet was cooked well, and not overdone.
The renovated room is nice, with added outlets to make things more convenient. It should be noted that there is a $25 resort fee per night, which is reduced by $5 for Hyatt Diamond members. Self-parking is $11 per night, and is waived for Hyatt Diamond members.