A Tale of Two Hyatt Regencys: Los Angeles and San Francisco International Airports – Hotel Review

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A suite at the Hyatt Regency SFO

A suite at the Hyatt Regency SFO

Meanwhile, the LAX property is one of the city’s largest hotels, with 580 rooms, 52,000 square feet (4,831 square meters) of meeting space, 23 suites suitable for meetings as well as something one might find only in California, an Events Lawn… moreover, they have two of them! In addition, Penthouse 280 is an intimate 4,225-square-foot (393-square meter) event space with unparalleled city and airport views.

My favorite part of the SFO property was the Regency Lounge, which offers several different presentations throughout the day starting with breakfast. Not only does it have a great outdoor deck but the views of the SFO runway are magnificent.

WELLNESS

The Hyatt Regency SFO has a 24-hour fitness center and an outdoor pool. I must mention that the surrounding area is a great place to go biking or running. For those seeking a different form of exercise, the hotel shuttle will take one to downtown San Francisco for shopping therapy.

The Hyatt Regency LAX is literally at the entrance to the airport.

The Hyatt Regency LAX is literally at the entrance to the airport.

The Los Angeles property’s 24-hour fitness center wasn’t yet open during my stay (it’s slated to open at some point in 2017) but it will boast something that will definitely get me to work out: tarmac and runway views of LAX.

DINING

I regret that the restaurant at the LAX property – Unity LA – wasn’t open during my stay as the notion of focusing on Asian and Latin American cuisine in one kitchen sounded appealing. Still, the temporary restaurant, located during the renovations in one of the ballrooms, offered a relaxing environment and a varied menu. I only wish that management had seen fit to extend the temporary restaurant out to the tables immediately outside the ballroom so my dinner guest and I had been able to enjoy al fresco dining.

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