Hotel Review: Hyatt House Old Town Scottsdale

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This is an installment from the Trip Report The Southwest Companion Pass: Round 3 which began in April of 2015 and is continuing on till the companion pass expires.

The Preview

The Overview


Before I deserted the complacency of the desert, I was a resident of the mediocre state of Arizona, specifically the city of Scottsdale. With a friend of mine getting married in Phoenix, I was all set for my return to the Sparky state following my exodus from Mongolia. I chose to stay at the Hyatt House Old Town Scottsdale which is located right in the heart of all the action on Drinkwater Boulevard.

I used to live next door at the ‘luxury apartments’ at San Marin so I am very familiar with the area. However, this was the first time that I had stayed at a Hyatt House so I had no idea what to expect. I was pleasantly surprised when I checked into my one-bedroom apartment. It was the perfect size with all the furnishing needed for me to move back to Arizona comfortably. The price was $55 + 4000 GoldPassport points per night which also can’t be beat. The pool was great for a hot day and the hot tub was a welcomed bonus for the chilly night.

While the Hyatt House will never be confused for the Park Hyatt, this particular property is definitely one of my favorites.

The Grounds 

The entrance with my old taxi cab.
The entrance with my old taxi cab.
Front of the hotel
Front of the hotel
Blue skies in AZ
Blue skies in AZ
The Clubhouse
The Clubhouse
Hyatt House by night
Hyatt House by night

 

The Pool

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Pool + hot tub right outside the room
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The pool

 

The One Bedroom 

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The kitchen
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The couch
7
1/2 TVs
3
The work area
4
Bedroom TV
9
The bed
5
The spacious closet and sink
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The soaps

 

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