Situated near Texas Tech University and the National Ranching Heritage Center, the Hyatt Place Lubbock is a three-star hotel where amenities available to guests include 24-hour fitness and business centres.
Along with climate control and custom-designed beds, en-suite rooms offer seating areas, work desks, fridges, and microwaves. For entertainment, there’s a flat-screen TV as well as free Wi-Fi. Suites and accessible rooms are also available.
Facilities at the Hyatt Place Lubbock include an indoor pool, meeting rooms, dry cleaning and laundry services, and luggage storage. Additional conveniences include a front-desk safe and free parking.
Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast and around-the-clock dining at the Gallery restaurant. The hotel also features a 24-hour market and a coffee and cocktails bar.
This hotel lies within a ten-minute drive of the Buddy Holly Center and Lubbock Lake Historic Landmark and a little under two hours’ drive from Amarillo.
No matter your reason for booking, reviews suggest you'll love this hotel's location. Whether visiting Texas Tech University, catching a game at TTU football stadium or simply looking to dine at one of many local world-class eateries, the wealth of walkable experiences has visitors vowing to return.
Reviewers routinely rave about the ‘newness' of this establishment. The beautiful, modern lobby is the hub from which everything is accessed—the state of the art fitness centre; the spotlessly clean pool; the atmospheric wine bar. Techy-travellers love the abundance of electrical outlets and USB plugs in rooms.
A plethora of well-rested reviewers praise the magnificent beds and acknowledge the superior sleep quality enjoyed here. Large duvets and plush pillows conspire to make deep sleep even more inevitable. Soundproofed rooms are resistant to noise disturbance from the nearby interstate and neighbouring rooms, aiding sleep still further.
Negative reviews for this newly-opened hotel are exceptionally rare. According to some visitors, not all staff are fully-trained in the art of hospitality, and the lack of a general manager has meant some reviewers have struggled to find anyone to take ownership of their issues.