On our road trip back from our family reunion in Charleston, we were excited to stop overnight at the Hyatt Place Greensboro.
I was also glad they pointed out that while there were no vending machines available throughout the hotel, a Grab n’ Go Case was available that offered salads, sandwiches, bottled beverages, muffins, and cookies. That evening Dave snuck past the sleeping kids and bought some of the best chocolate chips cookies ever. They even served them warm. Yum!
Our room was lovely. The first thing that caught our eye was the long and comfortable couch.
There was a wall that separated the bedroom from the living area but it didn’t reach across the room. Instead, the tv was mounted between the two rooms and could be angled for better viewing depending on which room you were in.
I wrote above that we snacked on chocolate chip cookies from the lobby and must also mention the chocolates we had from Loco for Coca. Divine! If you are in the area and you are a chocolate lover, these will hit the spot.
In the morning we were excited to try the Hyatt Place’s new (and always free) breakfast – the a.m. Kitchen Skillet. We were seeing advertising for it everywhere – in our room, throughout the hotel, and even in the elevator. It did it’s job and made us hungry!
- Hyatt Place Signature Sandwich – potato roll, egg patty, Applewood smoked bacon, and sliced Gouda cheese
- Santa Fe Bagel – whole wheat bagel thin, egg patty, ham, spinach, tomato, and chipotle mayo
- Classic Muffin – English muffin, egg patty, cheddar cheese, and ham
- Sunrise Croissant – croissant, egg patty, spinach, mushrooms, and Muenster cheese
- Southwest Biscuit – biscuit, egg patty, turkey, pepper jack cheese, tomato, roasted green salsa
The morning we were there the breakfast sandwich of the day was the Classic Muffin.
It was delicious, filling, and full of flavor. It was so popular that the chefs had to continually refill the muffin pans every few minutes. While guests were enjoying the sandwiches in the dining room, we did notice that they were also very popular with those on the go. Guests would come in and grab 4 or 5 sandwiches for the road or to take up to their rooms.
I though this was a brilliant idea. It allows you to have a warm breakfast even if you are crunched for time.
We got up early to continue our trip but were happy to have a short respite from the road and enjoyed our breakfast in the dining room.
We enjoyed our stay at the Hyatt Place Greensboro and would recommend it to anyone in the area. More than 100 Hyatt Place locations are now offering the a.m. Kitchen Skillet and we can’t recommend the breakfast enough. It was unique, delightful, satisfying – perfect for those enjoying their morning in the hotel or those on the go.
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Accommodations were provided. No compensation was received. The honest opinions are my own and those of my family.