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For our Davis Staycation, we stayed at The Hyatt Place in Farmington Station and it was amazing! Here are a few reasons why! 

It's fancy.

It's fancy, but also kid-friendly, so it's a win-win! 


There are some hotels that really aren't kid-friendly, but we're happy to report that the Hyatt Place is extremely kid-friendly! 

Swimming Pool!

I'm sure we've all had our kids say "Can't we just swim at the pool." No matter where you are in the world, all the kids want to do is swim right?

Delicious Breakfast.

While it's not included with your stay, it's totally worth it. There is a wide variety of foods, healthy and no so healthy, so there is something for everyone! 

Shop while the babies nap!

It seems like most hotels aren't by anything to do really. We literally put the babies to nap, kissed the husbands goodbye and went down the elevator and walked right to Farmington Station. Because it's located right in Farmington Station! 

The Playground!

That's right, just a short 2-minute walk down Farmington Station leads you to the playground and the water fountain! 

Food choices!

There are SO many good restaurants nearby! We ate at Tortilla Union then let the kids go out and play after. On our last night at 10:30, I realized we hadn't been to Last Course, so we made a quick trip in our pajamas to get some late-night treats. 

Perfect Place for a Davis Staycation!

We're giving away a 2 Day Stay with activities right now! Check out what we did and then go enter to win your own trip! 

Thanks to Play in Davis and the Hyatt Place for sponsoring our trip! 

Bonus Feature! We happened to be there during Farmington City's Firework Show. It was the perfect view and an awesome way to end the trip! 

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