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Emily: In Delhi, Daraius booked us at the Hyatt Regency using Hyatt points.
Trip Report Index:
- Introduction & Planning
- Kansas City to Chicago
- American Airlines Flagship Lounge
- American Airlines Flagship Service From Chicago To London
- British Airways First Class from London to Mumbai
- Shopping in Bombay
- Eating in Bombay
- Sights in Bombay
- Park Hyatt Goa Resort & Spa
- Park Hyatt Goa, Park Suite
- Park Hyatt Goa, Park King
- Park Hyatt Goa, Park Hyatt Goa Activities
- Eating In & Around the Park Hyatt Goa
- Radisson Blu, Agra
- A Day in Agra
- Hyatt Regency Delhi
- 2 Days in Delhi
- Eating in Delhi
- United Business Class Back to the US
- Conclusion and Blog Giveaway
One of the best uses of Hyatt points is to the regular price for a hotel room, but to use only 6,000 Hyatt points to upgrade to a suite. We paid $180 per night, but were upgraded to a suite which sells for ~$364 per night, so not the most expensive suite, but still very comfortable!
There were shiny marble floors and fresh flowers in the lobby. The concierge and flower shop were also in the lobby.
The flowers smelled so good and looked so pretty!
There was also a large wing full of expensive handicraft shops.
We took the elevator up to our rooms.
There was a small table with fresh flowers to welcome you into the room.
The suites were very modern and had a separate living area.
There was a desk…
…and amenities that included a bottle of wine, nuts, and dried fruit.
There were magazines and lots of newspapers, which was a nice touch since Daraius and I love to read the local papers.
There was a coffeemaker and tea.
The minibar had more goodies, including snacks and liquor, but at hotel minibar prices!
There was a large bathroom with double sinks.
There was also an enclosed shower and a separate bathtub.
There were even bath salts for a nice relaxing bath!
The amenities were larger than the usual sizes.
There was a large selection of amenities (one of the nicest I’ve seen), including shower caps and sewing kits.
There was even mouthwash!
The bathroom was large and luxurious.
It had a separate toilet and sink, which was nice for guests.
There was lots of room to store our luggage.
There were even shoe trees (another nice touch!).
I appreciated the attention to detail of the room. There were even two sets of slippers, where some hotels only leave one pair.
Lastly, there was a bedroom…
…with a large flat screen TV built into the wall. There were doors for privacy.
The wall by the bed nightstand had light controls. This was very convenient to turn everything off all at once, without even getting out of bed!
Daraius amazed my mom & Judi with the hotel selections—the Hyatt Regency in Delhi was nothing short of luxury and a great way to end our holiday in India!