Major Hyatt Club Lounge Changes For Hyatt Coconut Point

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We told you about this place back in 2014. It has gotten more and more popular of a spot since then. It is especially popular and packed during the holidays, as families flock to Florida to escape the winter and get a little fun in the sun without having to fly internationally. We also reviewed the property with the new slide and lazy river here in 2016. 

This holiday we headed down to one of our favorite spots and stayed once more at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa.

2 Club Lounge Changes For Hyatt Coconut Point

I wanted to update you on two changes that I noticed while here. One major negative and one nice for the holidays.

Update 1

First, the bad. And it isn’t good.

The club lounge is a favorite spot of most Hyatt loyalists. The complimentary breakfast, apps and drinks are a huge benefit! Well, this time around the drinks aren’t free….and they aren’t even very cheap either.

Update 2 – temporary over holiday

During our stay, we were nicely offered both club lounge breakfast and/or complimentary buffet breakfast at the Tanglewood restaurant. This was a huge benefit as the buffet breakfast is far superior to  the limited club lounge offering of pastries, cereal, etc. I really appreciated the fact that the hotel recognized that they were heavily loaded with Globalist guests and wanted to make it more comfortable and allow some spreading out by giving this 2nd offer. Well done!

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Bottom Line

If you are a frequent guest of the Hyatt Coconut Point in Bonita Springs come prepared to have to pay for drinks in the lounge. I did ask one of the servers in there who said that they were “testing it out,” so hopefully it won’t stick. Have you tried out this property yet?

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  1. Can you confirm this was during the entire evening and not just after the initial 5 to 7 pm?

    About a week ago I talked to a front desk agent and they said that it is still complementary during the normal time

  2. Just finished a 6 night stay here. 2nd year in a row. Lounge was a major disappointment. I dont care about the free drinks necessarily (there’s a Publix down the street) but the quality and quantity of food was abysmal. The lounge patrons (me included) was filled with Globalists and their families. The breakfast menu included one hot entree (pepper and onion quiche—for kids?, scrambled eggs) but no breakfast meat. One day I went through four bananas that were all bad. The extra coffee station disappeared on Jan 1. In the evening, tired meats and cheeses, vegetables and one hot appetizer was served. There was no thought that a ton of families would be there. We ordered drinks the first night and were promptly handed a bill, which was well, disappointing. Deserts were laughable save the cupcakes on one evening. The breakfast coupons were nice, although last year they were for the entire stay, not ending on Jan 1. You can tell that there are new owners at this property and the bottom line matters. Still a great place for a vacation but, lower your expectations on the lounge. It’s a disappointment.

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