Overall I had a great experience in my first visit to this location. The only downside was the construction that was going on with the building across the street. Nothing like hearing hammers, construction trucks and saws at the crack of dawn. Obviously this isn't the hotel's fault but I would consider it if you need to get your sleep.
Love how close it was to everything and just a short car or bike ride to other cities. Lots of good places to in in Downtown LB and Seal Beach is a great area. Just wish they had both robes like other Hyatts.
Hotel was great. Staff helpful and friendly. I was in town for a marathon and the staff was very accommodating to the runners. They had a shuttle ready to bring runners to start line very early. My only complaint is the pool and jacuzzi. The pool depth only goes to 3 feet which is up to my waist and was very small. My kids could barely swim in it. And the jacuzzi seemed old and outdated and only big enough for 7 people. But otherwise everything else was perfect.
Long Beach, with its immense port, is a hub for commerce and leisure on the Pacific. Freighter ships haul imported goods, pleasure cruises depart for Catalina Island, and the Queen Mary, the storied trans-Atlantic liner, is moored in the city’s bay. The Aquarium of the Pacific is nearby. At night, downtown’s Pine Avenue strip and Belmont Shore’s Second Street are prime entertainment spots.