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First they overbooked the hotel on the first of my three night stay, but luckily they took care of arranging another hotel down the road for that night. But I did have to return to the HH for nights 2 and 3 of my trip....More
Rooms are roomy and feels clean. Breakfast is not bad. The rooms on the lower floors are a little noisy with footsteps coming from the upper floors. Hallways can get noisy as well if people are not considerate to keep their voices down. Overall it’s...More
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The room at the Hyatt House was larger than I expected with a small kitchen and living room area. There were two vanities, one inside the restroom and another small alcove in front of the beds. This was great for two ladies as we both...More
The Hyatt House in Colorado Springs is convenient to North Springs and USAF Academy. The rooms were large suites with nice sized kitchenettes, full sized Fridge and dishwasher and cooktop. Very comfortable. The only negative was the Wi-Fi was very poor, and inconsistent-a big negative...More
Recently stayed here while on training in Colorado Springs. I had previously been in the area and stayed at another nearby hotel. However this time I decided to stay here. My reason for choosing this property as I was interested in having more than just...More
Not that bad. If you're sensitive ask for the side of he hotel away from the tracks. Also,I think they put out earplugs too. But you can ask for them. Most good hotels that see near a train will have earplugs on hand.