Hyatt Regency Chicago Receives Outstanding Rankings in Zagat Survey

  • Hyatt Regency Chicago Receives Outstanding Rankings in Zagat Survey

    POSTED February 10, 2014

Every year Zagat, a restaurant and hotel guide and rating consortium, releases their Chicago Hotel survey ratings based on the opinions of thousands of avid travelers. This year, Hyatt Regency Chicago received outstanding ratings for quality, facilities and service.

The hotel received a score of 24 out of 30 across the board and travelers that took the survey noted the wonderful views from the rooms, comfortable beds, modern bathrooms and a proffesional and helpful staff. 

"We are honored that our guests are so passionate about Hyatt Regency Chicago," said Patrick Donelly, general manager of the hotel. "We are proud of our hotel and strive to continuously provide a high quality experience for our guests."

Hyatt Regency Chicago, the largest Hyatt property in the world, boasts 2,019 guest rooms, 228,000 square feet of meeting and event space, five restaurants and lounges, and views overlooking Lake Michigan, Navy Pier, and the Chicago River.

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