This is a bit of a hotel review in hindsight, as I recently got back from a flash trip to visit my son out at college in Utah. During my most recent stay, I stayed at 2 different Hyatt hotels in the area – first at the Hyatt House Provo / Pleasant Grove and my second night was at the Hyatt Place Salt Lake City/Lehi. It reminded me of my trip out to Provo last August when I first dropped my son off where I spent 3 nights at the Hyatt Place Provo. This Hyatt Place Provo review will give an idea of the different amenities and features and hopefully help you decide if you want to stay here if you’re in the area.
Hyatt Place Provo location
The Hyatt Place Provo is located at 180 West 100 North, Provo, Utah, 84602, right in Downtown Provo. Unlike the Hyatt House Provo / Pleasant Grove, the Hyatt Place Provo is ACTUALLY in Provo, and is quite convenient to BYU (about a 5-10 minute drive depending where on campus you’re going).
Hyatt Place Provo cost
Cash prices at the Hyatt Place Provo range anywhere from $100 to $200 or more, depending on what is going on. On my dates, the cash price was around $160, and about $190 after tax.
This makes using points a great option. I booked this in August 2022 when this was a Category 2, meaning it only cost 8,000 points per night, giving me about 2.4 cents per point in value.
You can check prices for your nights at the Hyatt Place Provo at HotelsCombined or Hotels.com. You can also read Hyatt Place Provo reviews at TripAdvisor.
Hyatt Place Provo review – room
I reserved a 2 queen beds room at the Hyatt Place Provo, which has the bed as well as a desk and a small sitting room with a couch.
Here is the view from the other side of the room
Hyatt Place Provo amenities
Wifi is complimentary in the lobby and in the guest rooms for World of Hyatt members. The speed doesn’t register as anything amazing but I never had a problem getting anything done while using it.
There is laundry that you have to pay for, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool and a fitness center
There is also a small “business center” which is just a couple of computers in the lobby. Still, it was convenient to print out boarding passes and get a few things done that I needed to.
Hyatt Place Provo hotel review – parking
The one downside to the convenient location of the Hyatt Place Provo is that because it’s in a “downtown” area, parking is not complimentary. Instead, you can park at a parking garage that is directly behind the hotel (to the north, enter off of Freedom Boulevard / 200 West). You can see the garage in the background of the pool picture above. It’s $10 / day with in/out privileges. I would imagine that depending on how much you wanted to save $10 that it would be fairly easy to find free on-street parking in the area. There are also a few (like 5) free parking spaces near the pool that you can access off of 100 West through an alley.
I chose to just park in the garage. When I arrived at the hotel and checked in, I just parked in front of the hotel in the loading area. After I checked in, I just drove around the corner and parked in the garage.
Hyatt Place Provo food
Hyatt Place Provo breakfast is complimentary, however I was not able to take any pictures of that breakfast specifically. I’ll include a “stock” photo of some of the breakfasts that I’ve had at other Hyatt Place hotels, since in my experience with Hyatt Place hotels, they are pretty much the same. It had your standard fare of eggs, hash browns, rotating different meats (sausage, bacon, etc) and French Toast sticks, along with various cold items and juices.
There is also an (overpriced) market by the lobby that has various items.
Hyatt Place Provo hotel review – the bottom line
Overall this was a good stay if you need to stay in the Provo area or are . I would mostly recommend it on points but if you can pick it up on a cheap cash rate it’s super convenient to most things in the area.
Have you stayed at the Hyatt Place Provo? What did you think? Leave your thoughts in the comments
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