Grand Hyatt Atlanta Buckhead Review
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3300 Peachtree Road Northeast, Atlanta GA 30305
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Originally built in 1990 as Hotel Nikko, the Japanese-inspired hotel created a 30-foot cascading waterfall and Japanese Zen Garden just outside the floor-to-ceiling glass windows of the lobby. When the Hyatt took over the property in 1997, the breathless beauty of that creation was left in tact for guests to still enjoy. Today, it's an oasis of relaxation and meditation amidst the 50-plus high-rises that decorate ... more the surrounding landscape. The impressive outdoor pool shares a space with the Japanese garden, creating a peaceful refuge for relaxing at the pool. However, the Hyatt did renovate the existing 439 guestrooms for a fresh, new look.
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- Idyllic waterfall and Zen garden
- Seasonal heated outdoor pool
- Kid-designed menus
- Connecting Rooms
- Onsite Dining
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RoomsWith 439 guestrooms, offering over 120 doubles, including 21 suites and 69 Grand Club accessible rooms, there is a perfect option for any need or budget. All of Hyatt's accommodations offer a Roomlinx SmartTV, complimentary guestroom Wi-Fi, in-room refrigerator, a full marble bath and great city views. Plus, parents will love the nice big bathtub and separate shower and the interactive TV stocked with kids' movies. But it's what's not stocked that parents will love, too -- the refrigerator. While many hotels stock the only fridge with overpriced drinks, the Hyatt purposely leaves the fridge empty so you can freely stock with your own family necessities like bottles, fruit juices and milk. Parents can easily request a crib or rollaway from the front desk, so no need to drag your Pack 'n Play. Four-legged children are welcome, too.
The standard rooms with king or double bed options offer beautiful views of Stone Mountain, downtown Atlanta or even the hotel's tranquil Japanese Zen garden. The 400-square-foot accommodations offer 32-inch, flat screen HDTVs and an iHome stereo with iPod docking station.
If you sometimes feel the family gets too close for comfort on trips, consider booking one of The Grand Club rooms as an added value during your stay. The 400-square-foot rooms offer those same amazing views and amenities as the Standard option, plus access to the hotel's private lounge, featuring continental breakfast, hors d'oeuvres and a dedicated Grand Club concierge. It's a great place to rest up after a day of shopping or for teenagers to get a little "me time" while relaxing and watching TV or playing on their iPad. It's also a good respite for when the kids are napping, and one parent can get away to watch TV, relax, or have a snack. It's probably best to flip a coin on this one, as we don't want to start any family squabbles.
Looking for the best view? These Corner King, High Floor King and High Floor Double rooms offer an additional window for soaking in the sights and 450 square feet to spread out and relax.
Suffer with allergies? Then be sure to request these rooms designed to provide a better night's sleep. These rooms undergo an additional six-step process to reduce airborne irritants and particles, which includes an air-purification system and treatment of all fabrics.
This Americans with Disability Act-compliant guestroom features one king bed and an accessible tub, as well as other helpful features such as closed-caption television, cordless phone and easily accessible climate control.
Another great option is the 1,240-square-foot Luxury suites that showcase views of Stone Mountain and Atlanta's cityscape. The suite includes a kitchenette, where you can order dinner at your request. Additional benefits include a Jacuzzi tub and a guest bath and a separate living room. Other suite options include the Executive, Governor and the expansive Presidential suite with a whopping 2,500 square feet of space.