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The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel is located on the west side of Los Angeles, California. It’s a Hyatt category 5 property meaning free nights start at 20,000 Gold Passport points per nights.
On my recent stay, I was checking in late in the evening due to my flight and leaving the next morning, so apologies for not the best quality pictures.
As a Hyatt Diamond member I was offered my choice of welcome amenity and chose the 1,000 Gold Passport points. I was given a room on the 18th floor facing the pool and was told that I’d have access to the Regency Club located on the lobby level.
The room was average sized and featured a king sized bed, flat screen TV, desk with chair and another lounge chair.
As I mentioned I had a pool view, there was also a wedding going on that evening which meant the outdoor space was packed with people.
Regency Club Seating Area
For breakfast in the Regency Club it’s the standard continental with bagels, muffins, cereal, fruit, smoked salmon, oatmeal, juice, coffee and one hot option.
Regency Club Breakfast
A cool perk about this property is that if you’re a Hyatt Diamond member, you have access to the gym next door which is an Equinox which has a ton of equipment as well as a nice spa area with hot tubs, steam room, and sauna. All other hotel guests have to pay $24 to access this.
This is a solid Hyatt property if you’re in the Los Angeles area, and I would say overall great perks for Hyatt Diamond members, so would recommend and return here on another stay.
It’s also located near by the Westfield Century City mall which has tons of restaurants and shopping and about 8 miles from LAX, making it a consideration for a LAX overnight if you didn’t want to stay at the airport.
Have you stayed at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza before? Feel free to comment below!
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