The Hyatt Place Houston Bush Airport Hotel Review is part of The Quest Around The Globe Trip Report which covers the following places:
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Grand Cayman
- Cartagena, Colombia
- Medellin, Colombia
- Miami, Florida
- Houston, Texas
- Moscow, Russia
- St. Petersburg, Russia
- Ayia Napa, Cyprus
- Amman, Jordan
- Abu Dhabi, UAE
- New York, New York
The sooner I finish this review the sooner I can write about something interesting. I include reviews like this for the sake of completion.
Getting There: There is a free shuttle from the airport to the Hyatt Place Houston. It takes twenty minutes to get to the hotel.
I had my new phones sent to the hotel after my Medellin experience and was glad that the staff accepted the UPS packages.
It’s a Hyatt Place. I’ve stayed at enough of them at this point to know what I’m getting myself into.
Prepping for a long journey, I spent all day in the room doing nothing. The room is spacious, the bed is comfortable, but the soaps, cleverly named 1-2-3, are nothing special.
My flight was in the evening the next day. As a Diamond member, I asked for 4PM checkout. Per usual, housekeeping came and knocked on the door even though I had put the Do Not Disturb sign up. When they came the third time, I rushed to the door in anger and opened it to see the housekeeping lady and a huge gentlemen standing in front of her. He asked if “we had a problem” to which I said, “We do not. I have 4PM checkout, call the front desk and confirm.” I then closed the door.
I assume my 4PM checkout was not notated. Still, nobody from the front desk called me to ask if I was extending my stay before sending up a bouncer to my room.
I would recommend the Hyatt Place Houston Bush Airport as a cheap cash and points option. Just make sure you put up a neon sign that says Do Not Disturb. 4PM Checkout.