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Hyatt House Cupertino - Review - MASTER THREAD

Hyatt House Cupertino - Review - MASTER THREAD

Old May 25, 19, 11:10 pm
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Hyatt House Cupertino - Review - MASTER THREAD

Just checked in to the Hyatt House Cupertino today. Very new property close to the Apple campus(not really walkable). Location wise there is not too much entertainment close by. A 10 minute walk would get you close the the bars and restaurants of Main Street Cupertino.

Hotel has a very modern design and is quite pleasant. Staff is still learning the in's and outs of running a hotel. Not much Globalist recognition, I'm probably the first globalist that has passed through here.

Parking is excellent, they even have 6+ Tesla chargers for those with a Tesla.
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Old May 26, 19, 7:34 am
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I was not acknowledged either 2 weeks ago. Staff checking me in was obviously learning the ropes.
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Old Jun 7, 19, 12:51 am
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Weird corner of Cupertino but a quick enough walk to some really good restaurants (Alexander's!). Very nice modern Hyatt House with excellent facilities.
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Old Aug 29, 19, 3:57 am
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Booked a standard room here and was upgraded to the "One Bedroom Kitchen Suite". Received a welcome amenity consisting of a few bottles of water and some snack bars.

The property is a new construction, so modern rooms with new furnishings, complete with automated shades on the windows. The suite had a full kitchenette and refrigerator. The kitchen table also serves as the only working desk in the suite, and it's set very high which is a bit awkward. There's also only one TV in the living room and it splits the kitchen area and sofa area, so the TV isn't viewable from both areas at the same time.

My room faced both Wolfe and 280 but there was minimal noise from vehicles passing by. Noise insulation from the hallway was terrible though - people talking as they walked by sounded like they could have been in the room with me. Given this, I'd definitely avoid standard rooms here.

I was in an ADA suite so don't know if that impacted the bathroom layout. Would have preferred a dedicated shower rather than the shower/tub combo. Water pressure in the shower was also lousy.

Logistics notes: Getting to the property from Wolfe is primarily from an access road which loops around under Wolfe. So if approaching from 280 heading southbound on Wolfe, bear right (despite the property being on the left) to get onto the access road. Parking is free in the basement, even though there are entry/exit gates set up.
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