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Regency Club that is open in the USA

Old Nov 15, 2023, 3:39 pm
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Open Lounge with limited/no service (snacks and drinks only)

USA

California - GH at SFO - houstr8male (Dec 21)
Oklahoma - HR Tulsa - Matt4200 (Apr 23)
Washington - HR Seattle - 168 (Apr 23) (#40, #42)

Open Lounge with full service (breakfast, evening
hors d'oeuvres)

CANADA

Alberta - HR Calgary - smilee (Feb 22) (#16)

USA
California - Manchester GH San Diego - 168 (Feb 23)
California - GH San Francisco - rhg247 (Apr 23)
California - HR Santa Clara - Peetahvw (Mar 23)
California - Grand Hyatt SFO Airport - (Jan 24)
DC - GH Washington - projectmaximus (Dec 21)
Florida - HR Jacksonville - BillMorrow (Mar 23)
Florida - HR Orlando - projectmaximus (Feb 22)
Georgia - Grand Hyatt Atlanta Buckhead - (Jan 24)
Hawaii - HR Waikiki - 168 (Dec 21)
Hawaii - GH Kauai - UAPremierGuy (Dec 21)

Hawaii - HR Maui - Resource Robin (Dec 21)
Illinois - HR Chicago - peetahvw (Feb 23)
Iowa -
HR Coraville - Neric (April 24)
Minnesota - HR Bloomington - MSPeconomist (Jan 22); Closed with no reopening date - RMC500 (5/20/24)
New York - HR JFK - econ (Dec 21)
Puerto Rico - HR Grand Reserve - projectmaximus (Feb 22)

Tennessee - GH Nashville - dionnec123 (Feb 22)
Virginia - HR Tyson's Corner - TNLONTraveller (Feb 22) (#25)
Washington - GH Seattle - rhg247 (Apr 23)
Washington -
Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport - 168 (Feb 22) (#19)
Wisconsin - HR Milwaukee - skydelt (May 24)

Closed lounge, offering extra Globalist benefits beyond breakfast

USA
Florida - GH Tampa ($30 F&B credit/day)












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Regency Club that is open in the USA

Old May 29, 2024, 9:53 am
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Can +1 all of the above on Coralville too (I feel like I spend too much time in midwestern HRs?) - a generally really impressive property with a decent lounge (but even better library with a fireplace that you can turn into your own lounge)
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Old Jun 22, 2024, 4:55 pm
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Originally Posted by skydelt
Can +1 all of the above on Coralville too (I feel like I spend too much time in midwestern HRs?) - a generally really impressive property with a decent lounge (but even better library with a fireplace that you can turn into your own lounge)
Lounge at the Bloomington, MN property closed on May 20, 2024. Closure notice at hotel said it was not permanent, but gave no reopening date.
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Old Jun 22, 2024, 7:40 pm
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Originally Posted by skydelt
Haven't seen it here, but Milwaukee has an active lounge - they do not give Globalists access unless you use a club access award, and the offerings are small sodas, lukewarm coffee, and packaged snacks

Generally would not stay there (:
HR Milwaukee Regency Club is dismal - evening service consists of bottled water and juices, cookies, muffins and packaged convenience store type snacks. No beer/wine/spirits. No attendant!
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Old Jun 22, 2024, 9:48 pm
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At HR Coralville (near Iowa City), there's a new lounge on the lobby floor (moved from the top floor with a water view as part of the reflag/renovations). It offers breakfast (mostly cold but very good with smoked salmon, berries, and cut fruit) on weekdays; on weekends, you can eat from the restaurant's excellent hot buffet in the lounge. Evenings (4:30-6:30 pm every day) have generally cold items but high quality, All day (from the end of breakfast to 10 pm) you can find high quality (not packaged) snacks such as big homemade cookies and mixed nuts. You can also order a drink from a server in the restaurant at reasonable restaurant/happy hour prices.

HR Rochester (NY) has no lounge--I'm not sure it ever did. Globalist breakfast is in the basement "all day" restaurant, hot buffet or from the menu. Globalists also get two snack items (chips or basic cold beverages from behind the desk, not from the Market) although there's apparently an option for a drink in the lobby bar instead.
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