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Hyatt Parking Fees

Discussion in 'Hyatt Residence Club' started by breezez, Jan 27, 2019.

  1. breezez

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    Can you long time Hyatt members post which resorts have parking fees and how much they are.

    Just stayed at Sunset Harbor. Parking garage they allow you to park in was nice, but was a bit surprised there was a $30 fee when I checked out. When I checked in they did not mention one. Just you had to return blue card on checkout or would be billed $50. When clicking additional information when booking it didn’t mention a fee either and parking permit they gave me said you got 1 space courtesy of Hyatt per reservation.

    So I know in future it would be nice to know which resorts charge a fee.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    No parking fees at Highlands Inn, Northstar, High Sierra, or Pinon Pointe.

    Northstar does have a fee for a second vehicle of $24 a day(approximately).
     
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    No fee at Highlands Inn. The Residences at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and Grand Aspen have free valet parking (no self parking) but it's nice to tip the valets.
     
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    No fee at Highlands Inn. The Residences at Park Hyatt Beaver Creek and Grand Aspen have free valet parking (no self parking) but it's nice to tip the valets.
     
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    I don't know why this posted 3 times. Sorry about that!
     
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    Free valet parking at Hyatt Kaanapali, no self parking options. And, yes, tip are always appreciated by the staff. :thumbup:
     
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    If you are a Sunset Harbor owner, the fee is $15 for the week. Even at $30, parking in Old Town is horrible. I recall that specific parking garage charges at least $20 per day.
     
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    Thanks for the reply’s guys. I am okay paying the fee.. But I also feel they should show this when making a reservation.... But, now I know..
     
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    Sunset Harbor has always had a modest parking fee as they use the parking Deck next door at the Margaritaville Resort. I agree, for Old Town the fee is very reasonable.
     
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    No fees at HYS. No fees at HYB or HCC last time I was there.
     
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    Does Beach House have any fees?
     
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    No parking fees at the Beach House. If you make arrangements in advance, you can park your boat at the dock for free as well.
     
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    True, but don’t tell anyone its a secret!! Actually the biggest boat they will accept is 24”.
    The charge for trailer storage is $10 per day.
     
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    That parking garage is not part of the HSH property, so I don't know if you can really fault the facility for parking costs (which are significantly discounted for HSH guests, btw) in a garage that Hyatt neither owns nor controls.

    In any case, $30 for a full week of parking in a secure garage in Key West is still a real bargain in my book. :shrug:
     
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