Old Apr 26, 09, 6:33 pm
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365RoadWarrior
 
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Originally Posted by yyzgigi View Post
Staying at the Hyatt Summerfield in Salt Lake City and am very impressed with the new design.
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If there was a Summerfield option of this high quality in another city, I'd certainly strongly consider. Hopefully Hyatt finds some money to redo the old properties which I was never that impressed with.
I agree. Shortly after my stay in Sandy (http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/hyatt...er-thread.html) I spent a weekend at the SS in Pleasanton, CA. What a difference! Sandy had real, modern cooktops and a full-sized refrigerator/Pleasanton had a funky old electric/coil thing and a mini-fridge. Pleasanton was an outdoor corridor (a la "motel") arrangement. Pleasanton had a cobbled-together fitness room with home-use (not gym-quality) equipment. Clearly, this was a conversion.

Pleasanton also made me sign a declaration that I would not have a party.

Next-up: Denver Tech Center Summerfield Suites in early May.
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