The Room: Calling it a “club room” might lead you to believe it’ll be fully stocked with playing cards, roulette table and gin bar but normally there’s nothing very special about it. Rooms on this fancily-named floor at Grand Hyatt Istanbul are typically the hotel’s standard room with little else. But Standard rooms at Grand Hyatt Istanbul are pretty nice and who knows, maybe housekeeping will leave an extra bar of soap or a sewing kit…
The rooms sport separate sitting areas, a big comfortable king bed in a Grand Club King or two twin beds in a Grand Club Twin. Modhop staff wife, noted bed comfort and thread-count expert Ms. Redman says the beds are “Super Comfortable”. So that’s settled.
There’s nothing cramped about this room with good space to move around and shuttered window between the washroom and main room giving it a more open feel.
Here’s something new. I’m letting the wife take over this review so I can go fly on more airplanes. Say hi to “Ms. Redman”…
Washroom: A woman’s paradise! The bathroom was huge. Plenty of counter space to do your makeup and hair. Separate bath and shower. The tub was big and I made it a habit to soak in it.
Amenities: The spa was amazing. I especially enjoyed the steam room. It was so clean and there wasn’t a lot of foot traffic in the spa area in general. [JR:] Spa grade In-room amenities are by June Jacobs while Hyatt provides the loofah and robes.
Review of: Reviewed by: Jake RedmanRating:4On March 24, 2014Last modified:March 24, 2014Summary:More DetailsSeat(s): Bulkhead seats in any economy class that advertise “more legroom” typically don’t have it. The modhop standard […]
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