In this report, I will cover:
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- San Diego, California
- Carlsbad, California
- Scottsdale, Arizona
- Mexico City, Mexico
Getting There: As a former resident of Scottsdale, I can say that Phoenix Sky Harbor is the most convenient airport in the world. After claiming your golf clubs, go up the escalator and take the train to the 44th Street exit. Uber will pick you up from there. Yellow Cab is the worst!
I’m happy to say that this is the last review of a boring property in this otherwise eventful Diamond Challenge.
The Hyatt Place Vegas and the Hyatt Place Scottsdale are exactly the same: nothing bad, nothing great. The property like the one in Vegas is a converted AmeriSuites. They are so much alike I am reusing the pics of the Vegas room as part of this review:
The bar in the lobby has decently priced drinks and the location, 3rd Avenue & Drinkwater, is ideal for exploring Old Town. The room rate of $80 in the summer, makes this hotel an exceptional bargain. But besides the friendly and helpful staff, there is absolutely no reason to stay at this hotel when the Hyatt House is directly across the street.