Saturday, December 6, 2008

A Great Hotel

When it opened in the middle of the Boom Boom Years of the 1980s (America's modern Golden Age) the Grand Hyatt Washington was an instant landmark.
We were there for the opening weekend bash and we've been returning ever since.
Over the years Hyatt has updated and adapted the Grand Hyatt Washington. So, when you walk in today it's just as exciting as it was 20 years ago. Indeed, the spectacular atrium lobby and airy, spacious surroundings welcome you to a property that lives up to its first name and does honor to its surname.
Today, the large, comfortable rooms are done in a a sleek, tailored, understated style -- much like a modern boutique hotel, only richer and less spare. When we arrived in our room a selection of Washington area goodies including Virginia peanuts, sun dried cherries and Gifford's soft vanilla caramels awaited us. This is just another one of those "Hyatt touches" that make such a delightful difference when you stay at a Hyatt. The plush, king sized pillowtop bed was easy to take too. And, the spacious, well-lit bathroom and wonderful Portico Spa toiletries are added pluses.
Many hotels grow old after only a few years.
It takes hard work to maintain a great property and keep it looking and feeling great.
The Grand Hyatt Washington sets the standard: great staff, beautiful property, warm, friendly service, wonderful accommodations!

1 comment:

Courchevel hotel said...

These are some really nice stuff. I love it.