It’s not technically across from it—more like a 30-second drive around a bend—but at eight stories tall, west-facing rooms here have a good peek at some of Universal’s rooftops, and it is crisp, having opened midway through 2018. Hyatt House, if you don’t know, is the hotel giant’s “extended stay” product, which means it’s ideal for families who like to be able to cook for themselves. Rooms and suites come with a microwave and cube fridge, and most suites have fully equipped kitchens and a living room. Studios have a floating divider but not an actual wall (easier for keeping an eye on little kids); bump up $20 or so if you want a bedroom door that shuts. But even studios can sleep six. (Den rooms are like standard hotel rooms.) It hits the value buttons.