I have stayed at the Hyatt Regency near LAX for a long time and on and off. The hotel is very close to the hotel and offers great rooms. It’s been a while since I have been to the Hyatt Regency. During the last stays end of 2016 and the beginning of 2018, the hotel underwent heavy remodeling. Most of the project got done before I checked out, but the Regency Club was not one of their main concerns at that time. That’s why I was never able to visit the club during my previous stays.
Now I am back in town and hat the opportunity to check out the Regency Club and their breakfast buffet. Breakfast is daily from 6 a.m. until 10 a.m. while the club lounge stays open until 8 p.m. Midday Snacks are from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. and Evening Hor’s d Oeuvres is from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.
The Regency Club is located on the third floor on the east side of the hotel. This means, get off the elevator on the third floor and walk down the hallway to the left all the way to the end. As usual, you can access the club with your room key if you are eligible.
The lounge space is pretty big for that hotel and has lots of comfortable seating. Most of the seating places are focused on being dining tables. Right when you enter you have the staff counter. To my surprise, there is also a unisex restroom. This is the second place I have seen a restroom in the Hyatt lounges, the only other one I know is the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong. Behind the counter is a meeting room separated by two sliding glass doors.
On either side of the Regency Club is a TV mounted on the wall and they will show the news in the morning. In the middle of the room is the breakfast buffet with more items placed on either side. Coffee machine and drinks can be used throughout the day.
Their breakfast selection is good, but I miss the good old times when I was able to have breakfast at the restaurant in the lobby because the club was not open. What I miss most for breakfast are eggs. Yes, that’s right. They only have hard-boiled eggs available for breakfast and no scrambled eggs. They could have a bigger variety of foods and they are also missing regular white toast bread for some reason. I thought that is a standard in the US.
The milk for your cornflakes is in one of the refrigerators and is in one of this small to-go plastic bottles. I give them credit for the chocolate milk. Families with kids will love that probably.
Other than that, I can’t complain. The service during breakfast hours is great. Staff is quick to re-fill all the food and cleaning the tables if people leave.
Besides all the food and drinks here. They have a small workstation with a printer right next to the coffee machine.
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