This property itself receives high marks. It is a shiny gem in a city covered by dirt and mud.
I booked the Hyatt Place Miami Airport on points. I waited for the shuttle which came quickly (see Complaint Of The Day: Hotel to Airport Shuttles) and tried to check-in.
On my way to Williamsburg, Virginia I had to spend a night in DC (technically Arlington, Virginia). I chose the Hyatt Regency Reagan Airport because I arrived late and wanted to get right to my hotel.
I refer to Bourbon Street as the entrance to hell in my Guns & Butter: New Orleans Travel Guide post because it is. To be clear, there's more to New Orleans than Bourbon Street but it's impossible to say New Orleans, let alone go to New Orleans, without thinking of Bourbon Street.
Looking for a place to stay in Dallas while attending the Freddie's? Check out the Hyatt Regency Dallas.
Post Uber delays at the airport, I was ready to arrive at the hotel and maintain my streak of checking in early. I forgot to recall two points: 1. Miami is the worst place for customer service in the world. 2. Explorist status gets you Rodney Dangerfield respect.