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Pilot Mountain, North Carolina
May 5, 2005
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, Virginia, Turkey
October 10, 2003
Self-parking in the parking garage was free, and the hotel validated the entrance ticket for the airport, so we didn't pay for entering and exiting the hotel or the airport. Although the hotel was really, really crowded when we first arrived, we didn't have to wait to check in and the staff was very helpful. Our room was more spacious than the one we had a night before at Adam's Mark hotel, but the furniture and the bed spreads were old. My husband even spotted a cigarette burn on our bed spread. (Now that I think about it, the room was supposed to be non-smoking.) I really didn't care much as I didn't plan to be in the room other than to sleep. Our view was the parking garage and we could hear it every time a plane flew over. (I don't hear any noise when I am sleeping so it didn't bother me at all). Similar to our room in Adam's Mark, we had a king size bed, a work desk with chair, an armchair, big size TV, ironing board, iron and hair dryer. The hotel had a free shuttle to the airport every 20 minutes.
With the size of the Dallas area and its traffic, staying in Hyatt Regency DFW made travelling easy for us. We dropped our rental car one night before, and took a shuttle to the airport (the Hyatt Regency DFW is much closer to the airport than the Rental Car Center), and a shuttle was waiting for us at terminal C. Before we went to sleep we asked for a wake-up call at 6:00 AM for an 8:10 AM flight (I can hear some of you say, it is not an early flight). Without any stress we were in our plane. However, if I were to see Dallas I would not stay in this hotel. Be careful when you are making a reservation, there is a $50 early check-out fee. The brochure for Hyatt Regency DFW Hotel advertised heated outdoor pool, exercise room, business center, bars, restaurant and a golf course nearby with a courtesy shuttle.
From journal Dallas: Searching for J.R.
November 13, 2000
Built in the 1970's, this hotel has the style of that era. Although the rooms have been updated, they lack the comfort of, say, a 'suites' hotel. Most rooms do not have a comfortable chair, there are no reading lights and the lights in the bathrooms leave you feeling green. The bathrooms are small with feeble shower heads. The hallways are long. If you have an early morning departure, bring your own alarm clock. The staff is often rushed as the hotel handles masses of people.
If you are there for a meeting with your spouse/partner, that person will find little to do either in the hotel or in the area. Jogging alone is discouraged in the area of the hotel. Shopping at the airport is no longer permitted as all the shopping is beyond the security barriers. This hotel runs vans to Grapevine Mills Outlet Mall.
The primary reason to stay in this hotel is conveniece to the airport. Unless you know the way, you can't easily walk to the American Airlines terminal. Free shuttle van service runs frequently.
for more information on this hotel, see ACTIVITIES.
From journal D-FW airport & vacinity
December 5, 2000
However, because of traffic, it is not as highly recommended for people who will do much downtown travel during rush hours.
From journal A Family Experience in Dallas
January 10, 2007
May 28, 2008