Time for another snapshot – this time focusing on the hotel experience at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare, in Rosemont – near Chicago O’Hare International.
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The hotel has a shuttle that runs around every 15 minutes between the airport and hotel. Alternatively, the Rosemont station Blue line is a 10 minute walk away.
Check in was at the usual level, with the process handled. Whilst a request for a high room was handled, a view over the front of the hotel was allocated rather than over the city.
The room is the typical refurbished Hyatt Regency O’Hare room, in a twin double bed configuration.
The room was located in the main block of the hotel, that we than the executive wing
Danger. Kevin at work.
The usual bath/shower, toilet and sink are present here, with the updated Hyatt pharmacopia products.
The biggest issue during the stay was when the water went out in the main building for over two hours.
Less than optimal.
Check out was handled quickly, and it took around 5 business days for the hold charges to be refunded.
The full review soon!
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