Here’s why Here

My LAX go-to hotel for convenience at LAX has always been the Sheraton Four-Points LAX since it’s directly across the street from Budget Car Rental. The routine is typically: return the car late evening, sleep, free hotel/airport shuttle and get the first flight out. A recent leap from the norm has me changing that routine. I still return the car the night before but grab a cheap (or free using my Amex Platinum benefit) Uber ride to the Hyatt Regency LAX. Why? Four Points is okay, but wear and tear on their most recent update of their rooms is fading quick. Here at Hyatt Regency LAX things were still fresh on our visit after a long remodel under a different name.

Hyatt_LAX_stdROOM A 360° look around a standard room at the Hyatt Regency LAX.

Looks Better Than Basic

I tried to put my finger on what it was that I really liked about this standard queen bed room at Hyatt Regency LAX but concluded it really WAS just basic. The magic was in the decor and how it was laid out. The low-profile day bed and round work table help to create more floor space than a typical room setup. Plus there’s no bulky dresser under the large TV so this 300-ish square foot room feels more like a spacious upgrade.


Pre-Flight Wash Up

I don’t remember ever taking a bath at a hotel that didn’t at least resemble a resort. At an airport hotel? That’s a solid “no”. So I wasn’t at all disappointed to find the shower had no tub beneath it. Instead a decent-sized shower did the trick for washing up pre-flight with provided KenetMD amenities.


It’s all Here and SO Close to LAX

The modern feel of the Hyatt Regency LAX is what we like best from the lobby to the spacious-feeling rooms. While not technically an upgrade it’s definitely a step above competing hotels this close to the airport.


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