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Hyatt Place Montréal Downtown - MASTER REVIEW THREAD

Hyatt Place Montréal Downtown - MASTER REVIEW THREAD

Old Jun 23, 22, 9:32 am
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Originally Posted by 59Impala View Post
which you even take on board an airplane - very cool
Unfortunately emotional support pets provided by the hotel must be returned upon departure sadly
So Glinda my emotional support insect was returned in a zip lock bag for inspection or to be assigned to the next lucky guest
Its not every Lifetime Glob or frequent guest that gets that level of recognition and companionship complimentary

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Old Jun 23, 22, 9:36 am
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Originally Posted by 777 global mile hound View Post
Unfortunately emotional support pets provided by the hotel must be returned upon departure sadly
So Glinda my emotional support insect was returned in a zip lock bag for inspection or to be assigned to the next lucky guest
Its not every Lifetime Glob or frequent guest that gets that level of recognition and companionship complimentary
I envy you!
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Old Jun 23, 22, 10:17 am
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Originally Posted by seawolf View Post
Thanks for the review. Took a look for next week but >$300 on a corporate rate. No thanks despite lamenting the conversion of the Hyatt Regency to Doubletree. I could stay for a lower/same rate at the Hampton/Renaissance//Doubletree in a better location. Shame on Hyatt for not being able to keep the (now) Doubletree under it's flag.
Exactly my thoughts seawolf.Right now they can get it with being new high season and Grand Prix in town as I was leaving.
First attended the former Hyatt Regency Montreal years ago with the Star Mega Do with an incredible group of industry consultants,
notable well known bloggers and Flyertalk folks
I found it odd that we were barred from the Regency Club despite elite status and given odd shaped weird small dated rooms.
On my next trip they more than made it up to me upgrading me to the
Presidential suite which was absolutely amazing!Private office, dining room, kitchen, living room with fireplace,huge master bedroom.
My Canadian friends thought I must have won the lottery.
The former HR hotel had one of the oddest layouts and entrances ever and def needed a refurb in the rooms.
Hilton appeared to do a respectable job
I would try it out as a Doubletree (with limited expectations)and almost did this trip instead opting for the Ritz Carlton and the Vogue Curio before ending
with the Hyatt Place and parting with Glinda on my emotional departure without my assigned support insect

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Old Jun 23, 22, 10:47 am
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Originally Posted by 777 global mile hound View Post
Exactly my thoughts seawolf.Right now they can get it with being new high season and Grand Prix in town as I was leaving.
First attended the former Hyatt Regency Montreal years ago with the Star Mega Do with an incredible group of industry consultants,
notable well known bloggers and Flyertalk folks
I found it odd that we were barred from the Regency Club despite elite status and given odd shaped weird small dated rooms.
On my next trip they more than made it up to me upgrading me to the
Presidential suite which was absolutely amazing!Private office, dining room, kitchen, living room with fireplace,huge master bedroom.
My Canadian friends thought I must have won the lottery.
The former HR hotel had one of the oddest layouts and entrances ever and def needed a refurb in the rooms.
Hilton appeared to do a respectable job
I would try it out as a Doubletree (with limited expectations)and almost did this trip instead opting for the Ritz Carlton and the Vogue Curio before ending
with the Hyatt Place and parting with Glinda on my emotional departure without my assigned support insect
Accessing the hotel is definitely confusing for first time guests. The Doubletree rooms were renovated under Hyatt flag. Reflagged within a year after renovations completed. Relatively large and deep swimming pool. Glob had breakfast in restaurant which was relatively top notch.

Not sure how property is treating Hilton Gold/Diamonds or lounge offering as I haven't been since reflag. Took my 40 nights over to Courtyard/Humaniti/AC since reflag just to stay in the same location and lost Globalist status since. Was hoping the two new Hyatts could offer a good alternative. There was a rumor a couple of years back of an Andaz coming but it seems to have fizzed out.
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Old Jun 23, 22, 11:13 am
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Originally Posted by seawolf View Post
Accessing the hotel is definitely confusing for first time guests. The Doubletree rooms were renovated under Hyatt flag. Reflagged within a year after renovations completed. Relatively large and deep swimming pool. Glob had breakfast in restaurant which was relatively top notch.

Not sure how property is treating Hilton Gold/Diamonds or lounge offering as I haven't been since reflag. Took my 40 nights over to Courtyard/Humaniti/AC since reflag just to stay in the same location and lost Globalist status since. Was hoping the two new Hyatts could offer a good alternative. There was a rumor a couple of years back of an Andaz coming but it seems to have fizzed out.
Interesting info as I assumed wrongly the beds would be standard Doubletree beds!
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