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Efficient check-in. Excellent room, beds, pillows, water pressure, bathrooms, and amazing coffee in the morning. Perfectly located within DFW for those flying in late, staying for a conference or flying out early next day. I might stay here regardless because its a great experience.
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We often take advantage of the convenient location of this hotel when taking an early flight from DFW. It is located in Terminal D so you are minutes away from clearing TSA screening. It is especially convenient when flying out of Terminal D, but the...More
After a long international flight from London it was great to take the elevator to Grand Hyatt DFW from within the same Terminal D concourse.
Ben greeted us upon arrival, recognising our Globalist status and honeymoon, as well as being aware of our honeymoon plans...More
The guest rooms are very nice and high tech, the food was pretty good as well...the staff was really great!! Hotel staff were very pleasant, attentive and professional. The concierge, Deanna was absolutely AWESOME!
We have stayed here twice when we have had an early international flight in the morning. When you walk in, you receive a friendly greeting, bottle of water and cookies. The room is very nice, bed and pillows are comfortable. There is a lighted makeup...More
Glad someone else has brought this up. Nowadays pretty much every hotel room has a coffee/tea maker in the room. I think the issue here is that the hotel doesn't do a good job of letting you know that they are available... More
Glad someone else has brought this up. Nowadays pretty much every hotel room has a coffee/tea maker in the room. I think the issue here is that the hotel doesn't do a good job of letting you know that they are available. When you walk in your room late at night and don't see one, you just assume they don't exist. Coffee drinkers would understand, non-coffee drinkers wouldn't.