|General||24 hour front desk, ATM on-site, Bar/Lounge, Cable or satellite TV, Cribs available, Express check out, Gift shop, Laundry facilities, Night club, Parking (free), Pool (indoor), Restaurant, Sauna|
|Activities||Fitness center, Tennis (outdoor)|
|Services||A/V equipment rental, Business center, Concierge service, Currency exchange on-site, Laundry service, Meeting/Banquet facilities|
|Internet||Internet (surcharge), WiFi|
|Policy||Pets not allowed||Landmarks||
|Hyatt Regency Princeton|
Good, 412 reviews across the web
|Service||94% found the |
|Grounds||Nice grounds. Appreciated by 81% of guests.|
|Room Cleanliness||78% said |
|Hotel Building||Building is pleasant. 70% of guests gave positive feedback.|
|Reception||70% said the |
|Price||Price is too high. 53% negative comments.|
|Noise Level||55% thought it was |
|Breakfast Prices||56% said the |
|Internet||Internet is poor. It had 62% negative mentions.|
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No affordable option for breakfast. Simplest continental was xxx with tip.
Convenient location (in office park but close to downtown Princeton). Room was comfortable.
Nothing within walking distance. GPS takes you into the middle of an office park.
The Sunday morning buffet breakfast despite it's limited selection.
The wall insulation is worse than the cheapest Motel 6. At 5 AM I still had not fallen asleep from the blaring TV next door. I was going to check out and refuse to pay. It is be far one of the worst hotel experienced I have had - and I've been an airlineFor XXX per night this hotel is a blatant ripoff. The atrium is a hideous cement jungle and the insulation between rooms is worse then the cheapest of hotels. You hear every voice next door, every bit of the TV and you can clearly hear when guests urinate upstairs. The two were unable to fall asleep until after 5 AM when staff finally entered the room next door and turned off the TV. Try the Princeton Marriott - I do not recommend this hotel. It's a rip off.
Pretty much everything
Not reallyVery deserving of its rating
We ate dinner in the restaurant in the atrium and the food was delicious and service was excellent.
No.The hotel was perfect for our needs. The room was comfortable and we were close to Princeton University and the Boat House for the Priceton Chase. It was easy to get to and efficient since the food was excellent in the hotel restaurant and we didn't have to leave in search of food. There was a lot of activity in the hotel, but our room was very quiet.
They've done a really nice renovation of this hotel. The common spaces and rooms are well appointed. The pool area was very clean and the pool water was warm.
The coffee wasn't too strong. Some other guests were headed off-site to Starbucks in the morning.I would definitely recommend staying in this hotel. It's very near to Princeton and Rt. 1.
Huge atrium inside, unusual decor throughout the hotel (just updated) looks very modern/fashionable. Room was spacious and comfortable.
Breakfast buffet was pricey (21$) but looked good. I had the cheaper oatmeal instead. Not in princeton itself, but just outside.
It cost to use internetCheapens the whole experience when most motels have free interneet
Bed/bedding, towels, pool
Internet charge, hot tub closedComfort, high class/ charges ridiculous for Internet / $5 water