Hyatt Regency Dallas Reunion Hotel

, Dallas, United States
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Hyatt Regency Dallas Reunion Hotel

4 star

Rooms: 1122

300 Reunion Boulevard - Dallas - Texas - 75207 - United States Hotel Website | 214 651 1234
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Do not stay here
Submitted by: C in 29/07/11
  • Age Group: 3140
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
Worst hotel experience of all time. They hat my car towed away when it was LEGALLY parked on a PUBLIC street because they didn't like the fact the valet wasn't getting their $25 a day parking fee. They didn't even offer a ride to go pick it up out of the impound. HYATT DALLAS SUCKS.
New Year's getaway
Submitted by: James Weckman in 12/05/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Weekend Breaker
The little lady and I decided to do something different for New Years. So we booked a room at the Hyatt Regency Dallas Reunion Hotel. It was great. The football players for the Cotton Bowl were staying there plus a lot of the fans. Neat to see the players, riding on the elevator with them, and then see them again the next day playing on TV. The hotel was really nice. Gave us a room with a Great View. Was a Great Experience. I am sure we will do it again.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Hyatt Regency Dallas Reunion Hotel

hyatt regency, reunion , dallas

from ct782
I have stayed at other hyatt's and was less than impressed with this one. From the the time we arrived and wanted to check in, we were told we have to pay to park if we were longer than 15 minutes. to the cleaning of our room which did not leave new shampoo or give coffer or cup replacements. People at the front desk were nice and very helpful. Okay place to stay, but below other Hyatts.

Awesome hotel! Stay here at Hyatt!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel is awesome in every way. The rooms are excellant and the beds are the best I've slept on. This is probably the nicest Hyatts I've stayed at. Beautiful in every way. I would get a room on one of the top floors with a city view. You will be impressed!

Great stay at the Hyatt

from A TripAdvisor Member
I am very particular about hotel rooms, especially about cleanliness. Our room in the Atrium wing was virtually spotless. Carpet clean/no stains visable. Bathroom spotless/no mold whatsoever. Coffee in room was nice but hotel water (I'm picky about water too) was not very tasty so the coffee did not taste good at all. The bed was comfortable and I loved the pillows! (there were 6 on the bed). The view of downtown was wonderful. We did not have an issue w/hearing doors closing in the hallway or hearing through the walls. We were on the 18th floor so the train was not an issue at all. The 6th Floor Museum is within walking distance as is not to be missed. Valet parking is $18.00/day. You can self park for about $8.00/day, BUT there are no in/out priveledges so not good if you want to come and go. We took a peek at the pool and got a good chuckle. It was postage stamp size/I've never seen a pool so small. Also, the outdoor jacuzzi was in repair so not working during our stay. The staff were all very helpful and pleasant.

Very Nice Hotel! Very few negatives

from ozam
I ended up staying at the Hyatt after a successful bid for a four star hotel on Priceline. I rarely use Priceline, but Dallas' downtown hotels were ridiculously expensive. So, notwithstanding the excellent nightly price, this hotel was suprisingly nice. The rooms reminded me of a boutique hotel rather than a large chain.

-Great Rate throught Priceline
-Large rooms
-Very nice bathrooms (curved shower rods)
-Great new beds
-Luxurious linens
-Walking distance to downtown

-Very thin walls. I actually had to move after the first night because of a crying baby.
-Closing doors reverberate down the hall
-A train below blows it horn frequently in the morning. A high room should help alleviate this problem or a nondowntown view!

Four Days at the Hyatt

from yukster1
We stayed here for 4 days/3 nights in the middle of May. The hotel from the outside looks a lot larger than it seems from the inside and visually looks nice with the glass windows. Overall, the staff was friendly, especially the guest services section and the bar staff. We did have 1 instance where a security person got a little drunk with power when we tried to grab a drink from the hotel bar before it closed and asked us to immediately leave. Other than that, and one of the waitstaff in the restaurant trying to steer us to seat near the kitchen at breakfast instead of the waterfall so we could be in her section, it was fine. Connected to the hotel is the Reunion Tower, which overlooks the city. It's very high up and has a view of the entire city, however only reinforces the fact that there's not much to see there. There are 2 restaurant/bars on top of the tower for those who desire to drink with a view. The Dallas Morning News is provided complimentary each morning and obtaining extra amenities, such as cream, is never a problem. The workout facility is very good when it comes to cardio as there are numerous choices, plus 5 TV screens (they provide a headset), but the variety of the lifting machines are poor. The environment for working out is dull as there's no music in the background so you definitely have to motivate yourself. There's an outdoor pool, which is one of the smaller pools that I've ever seen. A jacuzzi is located about 50 yards of the pool. The hotel bar does have 2 pool tables, TV's, a jukebox and some type of bowling game, which is a welcome change from the traditional stuffy hotel bar.
Regarding the city itself, there is not much to do during the day. The hotel is located about 10 minutes from the JFK Museum and where he was shot. You can easily walk to downtown Dallas, but there's really not much to see or do there. A better option for a day trip is to take a train to Fort Worth. At night, the west end has a lot of restaurants to choose from (Steak, Tex-Mex, BBQ) and bars with an outdoor view. The marketplace has shops perfect for those looking to buy cowboy hats to symbolize their trip. For those looking for other nightlife near by, both Deep Ellum and Lower Greenville have a strip of bars and clubs, however from what we were told, people have been shying away from Deep Ellum due to a shooting that took place in 2004. Both areas are about a 10 minute cab ride from the hotel. Gilley's Dallas is also about a mile from the hotel and offers a honky tonk atmosphere, but the DJ also plays hip-hop/dance music when the live band is through. Overall, I'm glad that we stayed at this hotel for the location to the city as opposed to staying in the market center hotels. Other than eating/drinking there's not a lot to do in Dallas, but for each their own.

Good quality hotel in great location .... be careful what room you get!

from Abroad_alone
Got this hotel through Priceline for less than £50 a night. Rooms are large and comfortable (by european standards). Restaurant was reasonably priced for a hotel.
The advantages and disadvantages of this hotel are its location. Very close to Convention Centre, West End District and JFK museum. Unfortunately its situated between Union Station on one side and a freeway on the other - the noise can be a problem if your not a heavy sleeper. I stayed here for 2 nights and was given a room which backed onto the elevator shaft - more noise. I asked to change rooms and this was done without question. Hotel is very popular for conventions and conferences and as such can appear very busy. All hotel staff were pleasant and polite but were more efficient than friendly.

Convention Hotel

from BC97
I stayed in this hotel for a 3 day convention in mid April '05. The location of the Hyatt in the West End of downtown Dallas is terrific. It's not really within walking distance of anything, but a short shuttle or cab ride is easy enough.

The hotel lobby is nice. There are plenty of restaurants and an underground walkway to Reunion Station. There's a ton of meeting space. If you're staying here on vacation, keep in mind that it's likely to be crowded with conventioners.

Rooms are average. Stayed in the Skyline section of the hotel overlooking the train station. Let me start by saying that it took a day or two to get used to the trains blowing their horns all night as they passed by. I don't know if it would be any better on the other side of the hotel. Woke me up several times. The bed was nice. It sits up high and I had to almost climb into it. But the TV sits low in a cabinet and I couldn't see it over my feet. There's really nothing special about the rooms.

The cost was $175/night for the cheapest room when I stayed. You're paying for the location. There's no breakfast, happy hour, etc. High speed internet access is another $10 per day. For what Hyatt considers to be a higher end hotel, it's too bad they nickle and dime you for these extras. There's a fee for parking, but I'm not sure how much it is since I took a shuttle from the airport and didn't get a rental. I know it's fairly expensive.

The valets are terrific. There's a ton of them around and they do a good job of securing cabs. In fact, there are usually a dozen or so cabs lined up outside the hotel. The front desk staff was pleasant, but nothing special. Housekeeping was adequate.

Overall, this is not a bad hotel, but nothing special except for the location and meeting space. I'd certainly stay there again if my company was paying for it for another convention. But I wouldn't vacation there.

This place was great!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I was here for a convention in August 2004. This was an outstanding hotel. Very well kept, clean, comfortable bed, and spacious rooms. Next tim I'm in Dallas, I'll stay here again.

Average hotel

from chris1005
I was at the hotel during a big event. The staff didn't seem preparied for the rush. The rooms were nice and well equiped. The downside to the hotel is the location. Every destination requires a cabride.

Great Views

from ifaas
We got this hotel for a steal through priceline and loved it. We weren't sure what to expect because we had never stayed at a Hyatt before, but all of our expectations were surpassed. The beds were comfy, the bathrooms were clean, and the staff was kind. We were on the 18th floor and had a great view of the skyline at night. If we ever go back to Dallas, I will request to stay here again.

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  • Address: 300 Reunion Boulevard - Dallas - Texas - 75207 - United States
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