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Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa & Marina
Based on 999 traveler reviews
A lovely couples get away
Dec 18, 2014 by: Diane S from Germantown, Maryland
This hotel would be a wonderful place for a family to vacation during the summer. There is so much for the kids to do. My purpose was a romantic get away to celebrate my husbands birthday. We had a fantastic two night stay. From romantic walks on the property to delicious dining and a couples massage, our time was lovely. The entire staff was attentive and friendly. We highly recommend this resort.
Nice Location and Friendly Staff
Dec 11, 2014 by: mikej61 from Flint, Michigan
Stayed at the Hyatt Regency for a business trip. The room was very clean and quiet. Had a nice view of the bay. The food was excellent, but drinks were expensive. Breakfast was very good. Housekeeping did a really good job. However, this was in the off season, not sure what the noise levels would be.
Dec 02, 2014 by: 4ever_rose from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Year after year we've experienced exemplary service and accommodations. Nice lobby areas with large fireplaces and water views. Restaurants are top notch. Michener library has big screen TV's and multiple fireplaces. Movies by the pool. Adult swim and fire pit to make s'mores. Relaxing and fun place.
Relaxing and Elegant
Nov 19, 2014 by: Marie B from Marlboro, New Jersey
This resort has it all --beautiful grounds, spacious rooms, great restaurants, elegant bar. So many things to do, boating, golf, nature walks, pool, hot tub, spa--such a relaxing getaway! Great restaurants in the area--we had a great time at this resort!
Nov 19, 2014 by: Thelma C from Waldorf, Maryland
I went to this venue for a church retreat. The Tom was nice, average for a Hyatt. However, my room was located on the ground floor as well as our meeting rooms. The problem with this was the room was located completely on the opposite side of the hote. I had to take two elevators in order to get frm the room to the conference room. This was extremely difficult as I am unable to do long walks because of a bad knee. While I requested a different room, none were available. In addition, I was there in non season, so no water activities were available. The indoor pool closed at 8:00pm, which before our conference, you should make exceptions for this. Instead, we were told that if we wanted to swim, it was cost us $250/hour. The food catered for the conference was not great one meal we had no bread or butter and was told that to have bread, it was be an additional cost. At one meal we did know know what we were eating, when I asked the servers they did not know as well. While it looked like mashed potatoes or over Cooke rice, we figured out that it was couscous. When we got our food from the buffet, it was COLD, I told the buffet attendant and come to find out the heat was burned out. Now the breakfast was very good, eggs were less than desirable, as the were either instant or powder. Free Wifi was a great addition. I found the rooms very expensive, over priced, to be off season on the Eastern Shore, there is no way that I could afford a stay there on my own, and I really would not want to. We had low attendance at the conference because of the costs. I would encourage my group to stay elsewhere for our next conference. Besides, there is nothing to do in Cambridge this time of the year, no great seafood restaurants, mostly fast food places. The employees there were exceptional! Hats off to the "young" folks! Great customer service.
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