If hotels are really about hospitality and getting personal with guests, then the Hyatt Regency Dallas' Women's Experience Rooms makes a lot of sense. While the hotel is at it, man caves, anyone?
While it was spending $50 million to renovate its 1,120 rooms recently, the Hyatt Regency Dallas set aside 150 of them as Women’s Experience Rooms.
I booked one recently and enjoyed the extra perks: not only mouthwash and toothpaste in the bathroom, but also makeup remover, nail polish remover and Woolite.
And, of course, the room comes with that must-have for female travelers: a full-length mirror. Forget your flat iron? They’ll bring you a loaner.
Contemporary furnishings include a big desk, and easy chair, an extremely comfy white bed and a chaise next to the window.
I also like other changes that the hotel made to all its rooms (not just the ones for women): There’s now a fridge, not a minibar, along with a coffee maker.
A chaise sits next to the window (from which I could see AT&T Stadium in Arlington).
Best: When you get out of bed at night, a little light comes on under the bedside table. Why wasn’t this invented long ago?
Find out more about the Hyatt, where rooms start at $150 this time of the year, at dallasregency.hyatt.com.
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