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Suite Escape: Grand Hyatt San Francisco

Suite Escape: Grand Hyatt San Francisco

Suite Escape: Grand Hyatt San Francisco

The Grand Hyatt San Francisco is an exciting option for San Francisco visitors wanting the style, décor, and amenities of a boutique property with the convenience, size, and loyalty perks of a large-scale chain.

Boasting a recent $70 million renovation, the Grand Hyatt San Francisco is an exciting option for San Francisco visitors wanting the style, décor, and amenities of a boutique property with the convenience, size, and loyalty perks of a large-scale chain.

The renovation spiffs up the property’s 659 guest rooms and suites (as well as the corridors, elevators and conference facilities) bringing them into the 21st century with Uno-Bitell iPod dock phones, WiFi,and HDTVs featuring multimedia hubs to connect to your laptop. Meeting the needs of both work and play travelers, guest rooms include ergonomic workstations and spa-like glass and tile bathrooms. Under the design eye of L.A.-based studio Indidesign (named one of the top hospitality design firms in the US by Interior Design Magazine), the overall atmosphere of the rooms and common spaces is light and relaxing, favoring light wood and calming textiles to a clean, modern effect. Favorite highlights: 21 hypoallergenic rooms, scenic 35th floor fitness center, executive business center, and electronic blackout drapes with bedside controls that have you feeling like James Bond after a night of action -- or Octopussy for one.

Located just off Union Square, the Grand Hyatt is a great option for easy access to shopping, theatre, art galleries, museums and scores of great restaurants. Be sure to visit the 36th floor Grandviews Lounge for a drink, the view that's true to name and worth the price of a cocktail. The Grandviews Restaurant, on the other hand, is skippable with its over-priced and old-school hotel menu in dire need of a re-think. Additional renovations are planned for the foyer, lobby, lounge, restaurant and mezzanine in the next two years.

Rooms start at $199 (Sunday-Thursday) and $179 (Friday-Saturday) for queen, king and double rooms. Starting rate for an Executive suite are $399 (Sunday-Thursday) and $379 (Friday-Saturday). 

Grand Hyatt San Francisco
345 Stockton Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
415-398-1234

--JENNI OLSON

 


 

 

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