This may be a strange question, but...do you think hypo allergenic rooms are really what they claim to be and worth paying more for? We've never had one before. Right now I have a hypo allergenic room reserved at the MCO Hyatt. It's 25.00 more than the typical standard room. DS has asthma and is sensitive (eyes water, he gets crabby) to down and they list their regular rooms as having down blankets. Maybe we won't use blankets anyway, but not sure if all the rest is worth 25.00 extra dollars. These are the other "perks" they list in a hypoallergenic room and just wonder if they REALLY do all this?: The Respire by Hyatt Hypo-Allergenic Rooms purification process includes: Application of PURE Shield and PURE Clean to minimize presence of allergens on carpet, upholstery and other surfaces in the room. One-time shock treatment to minimize irritants. Complete disinfection of Air Handling Unit and Installation of removable tea tree oil cartridge to maintain these conditions. Installation of hypo-allergenic mattress & pillow encasings. Installation of a powerful air purifier by Healthway, listed as a Class II Medical device by the F.D.A. Recertification every six months.