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Hyatt Place Boulder/Pearl Street REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

Hyatt Place Boulder/Pearl Street REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

Old Aug 6, 2015, 8:53 pm
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Hyatt Place Boulder/Pearl Street REVIEW - MASTER THREAD

Stayed at this new property after getting into DEN pretty late on a delayed flight. The drive from the airport took about 45 minutes. This is a standard brand-new Hyatt Place surrounded by construction. It was kind of confusing where to park, so we just left it on the street in front of the hotel. It was midnight, but I could imagine that on a busier night, parking may be kind of a headache here. It's valet-only and supposedly costs $10 per night, although we were not charged for it. Diamond benefit or incompetent charging? I'll never know.

Anyway, when we arrived about midnight, there was no record of my reservation with the flustered front desk guy, even though I had the confirmation number, email, and reservation pulled up on my app. There was some confusion for a while, but it was eventually settled when a manager arrived. Kind of strange.

Other than that hiccup, this was a fine stay, and breakfast was actually one of the better HP offerings I've encountered, so that means barely edible, but this HP had more room to eat and slightly better fare.

Location is quite good; it's about 1.5 miles from the Pearl St. Mall which is walkable as far as I'm concerned. I was quite impressed with Boulder in general, and this is a brand-new HP that is among the best that I've encountered.
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Old Aug 6, 2015, 11:41 pm
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Old Jul 16, 2016, 7:01 pm
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Any more recent stays here? I'm not sure what perks a Diamond would get at a Hyatt Place, but would be interested in that as well. Thanks.
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Old Apr 11, 2019, 7:17 pm
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Good stay last night (but just a lowly Discoverist, for now). Convenient to the more walkable, interesting parts of Boulder, but I wouldn't say it's a super interesting area to go walk around, just a bit too far east of downtown.

I have been getting stuck at older HPs so was a pleasant treat to be in a new build one.
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Old Apr 11, 2022, 9:25 am
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Had a 2-night stay booked for a college visit with my son on April 1-3, reserved with a credit card guarantee six weeks in advance. Low availability in the area as there was an admitted students day event Saturday at CU Boulder. Arrived very late and front desk clerk informed us they had no rooms available. She made a half-hearted attempt to call one other hotel and see if they had room (they didn't). After refusing to budge, she finally went and checked on a room that was placed out of service due to maintenance issues. Put us in the room eventually at 3AM after a long frustrating wait. Completely unapologetic.

Manager wasn't available in the morning when we departed for our event, so I returned later that afternoon. Ultimately, her response was appropriate and apologetic as she stated "we had a number of issues yesterday, which I'm sure you don't need to hear, but bottom line we messed up and didn't have a room available for you." Comp'd the room and cancelled second night without penalty, and we moved into the Hyatt Centric Denver for our second night.

Location is great, but would probably look for other options before returning to this one.
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Old Jun 10, 2024, 6:07 pm
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If somebody could post some photos of the bathrooms, especially the shower, it would be very helpful.

Would this property be a good choice for hiking in August?
Any chance to get a suite "room" as a globalist? Also if anybody did a speed test while on the Hyatt Wifi, the result would be good to know.
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Old Jun 11, 2024, 11:18 am
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Originally Posted by goodgirl
If somebody could post some photos of the bathrooms, especially the shower, it would be very helpful.

Would this property be a good choice for hiking in August?
Any chance to get a suite "room" as a globalist? Also if anybody did a speed test while on the Hyatt Wifi, the result would be good to know.
if you have a car, I recommend staying in Broomfield as the parking is free and I know the bathrooms have big showers and no shower curtains.

there is nothing really around the hotel but a quick walk will take you across the highway via an underpass and to more dining options.
A couple of other things:

housekeeping is daily for globs

breakfast is far better than the Hyatt place in Boulder

Typically cheaper than Boulder - can be eye watering during the school year

I can cook a meal in my room and theres a dishwasher too

Ive stayed in the Boulder Hyatt place and its fine, I was upgraded and that was nice. I cant remember anything about the shower situation other than I took one.




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