My review of Hyatt Place West London Hayes

I don’t think I’m interested in completing my Hyatt Globalist challenge anymore, however since I’m just two nights away from renewing Explorist, and there’s an Amex offer around, I decided to give it a go.

The cheapest option in London (and the UK) is Hyatt Place West London Hayes – Sunday to Tuesday stay booked using the Hyatt Leverage code costs only £51 a night. It’s for a good reason though – the hotel is really in the middle of nowhere and there’s no public transport nearby. It’s close-ish to Heathrow, but it takes 10 minutes to walk to the bus stop that brings you to Terminal 2 & 3.

There are a lot of restaurants (mainly Indian / Fast Food) in Southall town centre, which is about 15 minutes walk.

The ground floor has a gym.

Reception and restaurant are on the first floor. Space is obviously more affordable when you are in the suburb of London 🙂 The communal area is quite colourful, which is non-intuitive as I thought Hyatt Place was more of a mid-range business hotel.

The guest room on the other hand, is just plain.

It’s an upgraded King Room on High Floor with Sofa Bed. I thought it’s a relative new hotel, however judging from how worn the furniture is I was probably wrong.

And behold, I hereby present view of Greater London, as in the room description…

I didn’t pay for breakfast so no idea how food and drinks are here. In summary, I don’t recommend staying here unless you need some cheap Hyatt night credits!

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