Getting There: You can take the DART from DFW but it’s a bit faster to just hop in an Uber, unless it is surging.
When I was a young lad, my dream was to get a job as a consultant so I could fly for work. It seemed like the perfect way to travel and get paid. Now that I am on the road fighting the consumer arbitration fight (contact bachuwalaw.com if you have a dispute), I am not envious of those who are on the road most of the year. Just going from Montana to New York to Dallas was enough to put me on the PUP list. Fortunately, I had two nights at the comfortable Hyatt Regency Dallas where I put up the do not disturb and passed out for 12 hours.
The hotel interior reminded me of the Hyatt Chicago O’Hare, my favorite airport hotel.
Although the extra room was huge, I didn’t use it. Instead, I spent most of my time asleep. The one oddity about the suite setup is that it requires a separate key to access each room. At one point, I ended up locked out of the bedroom, delaying my return to zzz.
It was very nice of the hotel to put me in a one bedroom suite. The lounge chair was a nice touch. I spent the few hours I was awake in that chair sending angry emails to lawyers.
Sleep then shower and repeat. There were two showers to do this.
No espresso machine but the coffee machine did the job while I read the Texas magazine.
I interrupted my slumber to check out the breakfast buffet. Too tired from travel, I could only muster enough energy to take one photo of the breakfast. Too tired from travel, I didn’t even go back for a second plate.
The Hotel Itself
The hotel looks like Lego pieces clumsily pieced together. It is connected to the historic Reunion Tower which is the fifteen tallest building in Dallas. It’s not that tall so that should give you an idea of Dallas’s skyline.
This was a very relaxing stay and a necessary recharge before I went to the Michigan vs Florida game at Cowboy Stadium.