I am a new member here on Milepoint and as I was looking through the posts and the property list, it appears that nobody has reviewed the Hyatt Regency - Boston. There are reviews for both sister properties in Cambridge and by the airport. I am sure that those are both nice properties but why stay there when you can be right in the heart of the city. That is of course if you are going to Boston. Besides being just a couple blocks from the common and the public garden, about a 10 minute walk to Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market, less than a block to the opera house and China Town, the property itself is very nice. For being in the city, the rooms are quite large and extremely clean. The staff is amazing. Always bending over backwards to take care of the guests. Whenever I am in Boston, I stay there. When making reservations, I go right to the Hyatt site and I see the prices for the other properties as well. The prices are relatively the same. Sometimes a bit higher and sometimes a bit lower. I can only assume it is due to timing and current occupancy. The breakfast buffet is always great with many items to choose from including a different special egg dish each day and an omlet station where you can also have fresh made french toast and/or pancakes with many different fillings such as fresh berries or choc chips. For dinner, they always have a daily pasta and flatbread special and the prices are incredibly low. I think 20 for the pasta and 15 for the flatbread. And the toppings/fillings are not limited to inexpensive chicken. It could be beef, shrimp, scallops, and even fresh lobster. Not sure how they make money on these items. There is also a lobster/crab fondue which is also only about $15 which is quite impressive. Also ask to see the pre theater menu which comes with an appetizer, entre and dessert for only $33. The bartenders and wait staff are all great. As a diamond member I am usually upgraded to a nice suite. At least a corner suite. Depends on occupancy. But as mentioned, even the standard rooms are quite large. I'd like to hear from others who have stayed hear.