This is a beautifully decorated hotel, very relaxing motif. The staff helped us buy tickets to the... See full review
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Extremely we'll appointed rooms
We had a very nice stay at the Hyatt pike hotel in Long Beach. Easy walk to the picturesque... See full review
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Hyatt the Pike, Long Beach is a 138 room boutique hotel combining understated elegance with the
enthusiasm of a local host. Hyatt the Pike is an 8-story building with 6 guestroom
floors with sophisticated locally inspired designs, lush beds, and Italian
cotton matelasse coverlets. Guestrooms and suites are equipped with flat
panel TV's, MP3 docking stations, wireless internet, refreshment bar, and
Long Beach Airport, (LGB), 10.50, MI, NE; Los Angeles Intl Airport, (LAX), 21.50, MI, S;
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Prior to visiting long beach, I had no idea what it'd be like. I imagined it'd be something like Santa Monica or Venice - bustling with tourists and natives and with plenty to do.
On the contrary, it's actually very quiet. This can be a good or
bad thing. But in the context of this hotel, I think it's a good thing. I had a room on the 7th floor. We asked for a classic king but based on the descriptions of the rooms, it seems that we may have gotten a Grand King suite.
Regardless, the beds, the tables, the showers, and everything was clean and well made. The room's climate was good as soon as we got in (you know how some hotels turn off the AC when nobody's in there? I don't think Hyatt does that.) . The entire place felt very new, fresh and crisp.
I really liked that they give you the extra sofas to sit on (we had two single sofas and a love seat) as well as a desk to work on - plenty of lounging space.
Since the place qas pretty quiet, we had the rooftop pool to ourselves late at night and early in the morning. The view from the top of the building is pretty darned good too.
The staff were quick and very polite.
Finally, some other small things that are worth noting:
Noon check-out : I wake up late and I like to take my time. A lot of hotels ask that you check out by 11. I like the noon option.
$7 in&out parking - Need I say more? Pretty awesome - and it goes until 5pm the next day!
24 hour workout room - for fitness junkies.
Rooftop pool - already mentioned this.
iPod Dock - Just nice to have. Drop your iphone/ipod in and play music of your choice.
Bar + Restaurant on first floor.
Only complaints I have are that the location is a bit confusing - not really at the beach but not really amidst a bunch of cool things. The price for the room is pretty good compared to the Miyako I stayed at downtown (similar price but not really comparable in any other way).
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
If you havent' had chicken and waffle's, roscoe's is less than a 10 minute drive away. You should go. =)