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Two words...very disappointing! We are Hyatt members who LOVE staying at gorgeous Hyatt resorts, unfortunately this isn't one of them. We just left the Park Hyatt Aviara after a fabulous stay figuring we'd be in for more of the same...we were wrong. We were generously...More
We recently stayed with our 3 year old. We were upgraded to the Villas - so much room for her to run around and we loved the outdoor hot tub. Great pools and water slide. We had lounge access and Krystal was an incredible attendant!...More
An excellent experience.The hotel and it's staff were first class.Our room was spacious clean and had a wonderful large bathroom.The pool area was a very relaxing space including hot tubs plunge pools and warm swimming pools.We really enjoyed our time.
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Spent four fantastic days at the Hyatt. Trip was for Kawasaki dealer meeting, celebrating their 50th anniversary in the US. My wife made the trip and we enjoyed free time relaxing at the adult pool. Outdoor areas are great for families. Fish tacos at the...More
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The golf course is separate from the hotel, adjacent to the resort. There should certainly be golf club rentals at the golf course, typically rentals at a golf resort will run about $30-$50 per person for the round. The... More
The golf course is separate from the hotel, adjacent to the resort. There should certainly be golf club rentals at the golf course, typically rentals at a golf resort will run about $30-$50 per person for the round. The greens fees will vary widely depending on whether it is high season (winter) or low season (summer), because the weather is vastly different. The Indian wells courses typically are probably $50-$100 in summer when it’s blazing hot up to $150-$200 in the winter when the weather is nicer. That would include the cart, or buggy as it is known in your neck of the woods. That all being said, there are far nicer courses in the desert, including ones close by, such as the PGA West courses or the La Quinta resort courses.