If you ever wanted to see what it is like to live the life of the rich and/or famous without the Paparazzi and without reading about your latest exploits in the grocery checkout line go stay at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles. Only a short sprint from downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and all points in between, the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza offers not only a central location to all points in the greater LA area, but also a view to die for.
As guest of The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, we had the opportunity to venture into the pool and live it up, and Allison got a chance to order her signature cliche drink, a Pina Colada, poolside.
Our room and accommodations were so magnificent that we did not want to leave our room at all. With plush beds, grand bathrooms, a living area, a view to die for, and a staff that was ever so wonderful, it is no wonder why some folks simply move into this Hyatt and make it their home. We spend a wonderful evening playing games in the room with the children and the next morning we had an exquisite breakfast at the hotel restaurant. The bar being raised yet again, we came to know of a whole new meaning of the term ‘breakfast buffet’.
The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza, Los Angeles is for sure on our list of places to stay at when we find ourselves yet again in the downtown Los Angeles. Historically, traveling with children and staying at what can be easily referred to as a resort of this caliber has been like trying to mix oil and water. Although our children are well behaved and understand social norms and cues, there have been many times that we have received the ‘stink eye’ from behind the front desk when checking in, with that eye telling us “Hey, we’ve got you marked. We’re watching you.” None of this nonsense here. The staff at the Hyatt Century Plaza was very gracious and accommodating and that made staying there all that much more wonderful.