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Hyatt Place, TX: Big Room, Fast WiFi, Excellent Service


Sugar Land, what an interesting name! I couldn’t help imagining that the city would look like a huge candy shop. One of the most affluent and fastest-growing city in Texas, Sugar Land was founded as a sugar plantation in the mid-20th century.

It took us about thirty to forty minutes to reach Hyatt Place from the William Hobby Airport. A family friend of Masood’s uncle picked us up and took us to his home to introduce us to his wife, a very lovely and smart lady whom I had a very interesting conversation on genetics with.

Hyatt Place is situated is a very good location. There’s a footbridge that connects the property with many restaurants across the water and a shopping plaza as well.

Check in was a breeze and we didn’t have any problem whatsoever.

The Room:

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Cozy Corner sofa-sleeper

The room is very spacious, clean, and tastefully furnished. There’s a lot of space for those who would want to entertain guests whilst staying at the hotel. And I loved their cushion covers. Here, take a closer look:

cushion cover with stripes

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42″ HDTV with Hyatt Plug Panel media center for connecting your laptop or media device to the TV.

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There’s free Wi-Fi (that is fast enough to actually let you browse the web, update your Facebook status, and post a picture or two on Instagram) and remote printing facility.

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 This is the plush Hyatt Grand Bed®. Very comfortable.


The bathroom sink is outside the bathroom. It wasn’t inconvenient, just a little strange. But I totally love the sliding door that has a full-length mirror attached to it.



The Food:

There’s complimentary breakfast; the usual stuff: eggs, milk, juice, coffee, assorted bread and pastries, fruits, butter, jam, yogurt, cereals, etc.

We also ordered the following, both of them very delicious (specially the hummus!):

vegetarian pizza

Spinach and Artichoke • $ 8.50

Basil pesto, fresh spinach and mushrooms, marinated artichokes and mozzarella cheese on warm herb flatbread.


Hummus Trio • $ 7.00

Trio of red pepper, roasted garlic and basil pesto hummus. Served with kalamata olives, fire-roasted peppers in warm herb flatbread and Carr’s® crackers.

View Outside the Window:


The view outside

I like the hotel because…

  • the room and bathroom are very clean.
  • the surroundings were quiet at night.
  • room rates are good.
  • wi-fi is good.
  • service is excellent.
  • ample parking service
  • complimentary shuttle service within a 5 mile radius, 7:00am – 10:30pm

I don’t like the hotel because…

  • it is located in a business park so that it gets a little tricky finding your way to the hotel.
Hyatt Place, Sugar Land
16730 Creek Bend Drive, Sugar Land, Texas, USA, 77478
Tel: +1 281 491 0300 | Fax: +1 281 491 0325




  1. Lovely review! I really love the idea of including bullet points of what you liked and didn’t like, that’s very smart and concise for a concluding paragraph. You are my mentor and I love learning from you! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Londoneya. You are too generous with your praises but I won’t deny that this totally makes my day 🙂

  2. Lovely place to stay and what a serene view! Free wifi? That’s awesome! The Hyatt we stayed in Washington charges $10 for regular or $14 for faster Wifi connection – 24 hours.

    1. I know how frustrating it is when you learn that you need to pay for wifi in a hotel because we had a similar experience in NYC.

    1. Mica, I was really surprised to find all these delicious variations of hummus in the US!

      I definitely recommend this hotel because the rate is very reasonable, service is good, and wireless internet connection is fast.

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