Piano in Presidential Suite - Hyatt Charles de Gaulle

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  1. OceanBreezes

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    I have seen pictures of pianos in Presidential Suites and thought that they were very classy. After spending last night at the Hyatt Charles de Gaulle, I am wondering if a piano is a wise idea. I was awakened at 2:15am by the playing of Do Re Me. After 15 minutes of this, IT notified the front desk and they offered to move me to another room or ask the guest to stop. They handled it very well and the guest stopped. Guess it never occurred to the guest that the walls were not completely sound proofed. At least it was not chopsticks :)

    Otherwise, the stay was good. Very nice staff. Small but adequate Regency Club.
     
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    How was the shuttle bus connection from CDG / Hotel and vice versa?

    Thanks for your great and interesting infos // insights there on MP!:)
     
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    My kids and I assumed the prez suite walls were sound proof.
    Oops. Sorry.
    ;)
     
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    I had a baby grand in the Presidential Suite at the Intercontinental Manila. It had a sauna, too. The piano was sort of a waste of space, but the room was large, we weren't doing anything else with the space anyway...

    Didn't try to play past midnight, though.
     
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    I haven't seen many presidential suites with grand pianos lately. Could it be that they are going out of style? I had a grand piano in the Monarch Suite at the HR Chicago; but it was out of tune - so bad that there is no point of having it there other than for aesthetic purposes.
     
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    The only time I've seen a piano in a suite was in the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
     
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    The Hyatt has their own shuttle that runs every 30 minutes - it was about a 20 minute ride, very comfortable, large shuttle. We had trouble finding the shuttle pickup point as it differs from the other shuttles that have multiple points and the Tourist info sent us the wrong place. To get to the Hyatt shuttle, you need to get on the CDGVAL (follow the signs to the tram) and go to terminal 3. Walk across the plaza (blue pillars) and the Hyatt bus is a blue bus clearly marked with Hyatt.
     
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    Thanks for the update! Highly appreciated!:)
     
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    Grand Hyatt Fukuoka presidential suite
    ;)
     
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    I got upgraded to the Daimler suite at the GH Berlin. It had a grand piano. Also must have been like 2000 square feet! :)
     
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