• Hyatt Regency San Francisco Introduces New Guest rooms with Unbeatable Views

     
    POSTED December 2, 2019
     
  • Hyatt Regency San Francisco Introduces New Guest rooms with Unbeatable Views

     
    POSTED December 2, 2019
     
  • Hyatt Regency San Francisco Introduces New Guest rooms with Unbeatable Views

     
    POSTED December 2, 2019
     

Considerably known for being the hub of the city, Hyatt Regency San Francisco invites you to experience San Francisco like you’ve never experienced it before. Premiering its 15 new guest rooms, Hyatt Regency San Francisco boasts breathtaking views and a feeling of effortless luxury.

The hotel, equipped with 15 new 185-square-foot guest rooms, has no shortage of comfort or amenities. With opulent features that include a king-sized bed, 65-inch screen TV and high-tech “smart” features like Amazon’s Alexa, it's easy for guests to feel relaxed and in control of their comfort.

With a minimal and contemporary design, each room exudes a feeling of relaxation and functionality. “[Guests] want a space that can be utilized how they want it,” says Matt Humphreys, area vice president and general manager of Hyatt Regency San Francisco. Not overloading the space and focusing on the basic necessities allows for the unparalleled scenic views of San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge to be the focal point.

As a whole, the Hyatt Regency San Francisco offers 180 rooms with balconies that overlook the bay and another 80 rooms with a similar view. The iconic atrium lobby leaves passerby’s with slack-jawed expressions. In every aspect of the hotel, there is an openness and desire to bring the outside in, melding seascape and cityscape superbly.

“The location is perfection. Nobody has the views we have,” says Humphreys. Situated across from the well-known Embarcadero waterfront and Ferry Building makes it simple for visitors to enjoy local produce from the Ferry Building’s farmer’s market, dine at one of the many amazing restaurants within walking distance from the hotel and embrace the culture and inclusivity of the San Francisco area. For those looking to take their explorations further, the numerous and accessible street cars, cable cars, taxi’s and more make getting around town painless.

The Hyatt Regency San Francisco is a popular venue for hosting mid-to-large sized meetings. With a culinary team that manages to flavor their fare with San Francisco soul and a team of staff who want to share their experiences with guests makes it the ideal place for organizing various events. “What keeps people coming back is the staff and the connections they make. We have so many people who get their joy out of making someone else happy,” says Humphreys.

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