hyatt place fairlawn-paramus// fair lawn, new jersey

November 22, 2022

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*picture is the property of Hyatt Place Fairlawn/Paramus* 

Happy Tuesday friends! I hope that you are having a wonderful week so far! Today I am excited to share a bit about our stay at the Hyatt Place Fairlawn/Paramus in Fair Lawn, New Jersey that mom and I stayed at after her surgery. When mom was released from the hospital in NYC after her surgery and we found out that we would need to stay for a bit longer in the area I quickly looked for a hotel that would fit our needs. As much as we have traveled back and forth into the city and are familiar with NYC, we needed something that was close to the city but not in the city (due to finances). 

If you have been around the blog for a while then you know that I have worked with Hyatt in the past and have stayed at different Hyatt properties around the world. After some brief research we chose to stay at the Hyatt Place Fairlawn/Paramus in Fair Lawn, New Jersey for the first five days. At the time we thought that was all we would need to stay, but for the brief time we were there it definitely fit our needs. Overall the staff were incredibly nice and welcoming and while I do have a few reservations about our time, I would recommend the property if you are in the area. 

The Hyatt Place FairLawn/Paramus is conveniently located to numerous places that made it convenient for me to go get supplies for my mom, pick up food for our meals, and also be close to the city for all of our appointments.One of the things that was also nice about this location was that it offered free parking. 

The website did make it clear that the property was undergoing some renovations so we were aware of that before we booked our room, but there were a few things that made it a bit interesting. 

First, our room was incredibly dark. There was only one area that had lights and that was over the sink. In order to have light in the room we had to have that light on and it still didn't give us good light as the sun went down so we were using our phones with our flashlights all the time. 

Second, while we were staying in a handicap accessible room for my mom due to her knee surgery, we did find a couple of issues with this room. Unfortunately we found the bed was extremely low (it was not at a handicap accessible height) and the bathroom had an odd configuration of having a shelf and a painting that stuck out that you would hit each time you were in the restroom. 

My belief is that the hotel is undergoing renovations to update lots of things, including these two items (we even saw a room being worked on and they were adding lamps to the room *smiles*) so overall I would still recommend the property and look forward to seeing the renovations when it is completed.


For those who are ill and traveling to the Fair Lawn/Paramus or NYC area for medical treatment the The Hyatt Place FairLawn/Paramus might be an option. All of the Hyatt Hotels are smoke free and this particular hotel with its renovations would be a great choice. In addition I found the hotel staff to be extremely pleasant and helpful. They were even incredibly encouraging to my mom as she walked the halls. The manager was so sweet to check in on us each day we were there. 

I hope that y'all have found this review of the The Hyatt Place FairLawn/Paramus helpful! Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this hotel! I would be happy to answer them! 

*This is not a sponsored post*

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