Thought it was always going to be a cat 5.
The "soon to be open" Hyatt Place is still supposed to be a cat 4... wonder if that will stick.
PS> Still love value of 48 lex.... wondering how long that will stay cat 4
Now that you mentioned it, probably not vey long
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Looking at the photos of the rooms they look TINY... no decent seating!!! Also, it appears the bathroom vanity area has no privacy. The hotel Restaurant is operated by a third party so no points for dinning at the hotel, but the location is awesome.
I was going to stay there this weekend but I canceled. I can't pass up $134 AAA hot rate at Hyatt Place/Midtown... I only need a shower and a bed this weekend.
Does anyone else get the feeling that this will be another cramped econobox, similar to 48 Lex or, worse, HP Midtown South?
staying there in early May to check it out.
I think it is a Hyatt (not a regency) because it doesn't meet the standards to be a Hyatt Regency. So, yes, I think it will be more like 48 Lex as both are probably more boutique-like properties than Hyatt Regencies.