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Hyatt At Fisherman's Wharf
555 North Point Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Nightly Rates (249.00 - 269.00) 4 Star
|The Hyatt At Fisherman's Wharf, a 5-story, 312-room full-service hotel, located in the heart of famous Fisherman's Wharf, across from Powell and Mason Cable Car Line. It is near all of the waterfront action including: Pier 39's Underwater World Aquarium, Ghirardelli Square, The Golden Gate National Seashore, and a short walk to North Beach and Chinatown. This hotel features Knuckles, a historic sports bar and grill where you can catch all the latest sports action while enjoying great grilled fare. The Conference Center, with fireplaces, connects to the intimate skylit North Point lobby, accommodates groups of 10 to 250. Complimentary fitness center, sauna, outdoor heated pool and spa. Hyatt Business PlanTM and All in One rooms are available.|
The Hyatt At Fisherman's Wharf features guest rooms with one king-sized bed or two double beds. All rooms have a credenza, remote control television with cable and a large bathroom with a shower.
The 313 guest rooms include a hairdryer, free in-room safe, iron/ironing board and a voice mail telephone and standard guest room amenities. Hyatt Business Plan? rooms are also available. Accommodations include: * 133 king-sized beds * 179 double-double beds * 252 no smoking rooms * 90 Gold Passport® rooms
There are seven luxurious suites with a large parlor, sofa, chair, dining table, credenza and a complete bathroom, in addition to the standard guest room amenities. Two suites have jacuzzis.
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|* 1 mile to financial district, Chinatown and North Beach * 4 blocks from Pier 39, The Cannery and Ghirardelli Square * 18 miles from San Francisco International Airport * 20 miles to Oakland International Airport * Nearby towns include Marin, Sausalito, Burlingame * Near San Jose, Napa Valley, Monterey and Carmel San Francisco International, Oakland International|
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|Knuckles Historical Sports Bar and Grill San Francisco's newest sports bar & grill features a unique setting with brick walls, wood beamed ceiling, 24' high floor to ceiling windows and unique sports themed memorabilia and original artwork.The menu features great grilled fare with pastas, pizzas, salads, fresh seafood, and certified Angus steaks. At the bar receive a full array of adult beverages including 12 brews on draft. Catch all the action on the state-of-the-art audio visual system with digital satellite coverage, 22 new TV's and a Bose sound system.|
* Fitness center and sauna * Golf, tennis and beach nearby * Bonaventure Balloon Company, 133 Wall Road, Napa,California 94558; (707 944-2822; (800) FLY-NAPA * Captain Case Power Boat Rental, 1701 Bridgeway, Sausalito, California, 94122; (415) 331-0444 * Let's Go Sailing, Pier 39, San Francisco, California 94133; (415) 788-4920 * Mountain Avenue Cyclery, 1269 Ninth Avenue, San Francisco, California 94122; (415) 665-1394 * Red & White Fleet, Pier 41, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 546-2628 * Blue & Gold Fleet, Pier 39, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 705-5444 * Hornblower Yachts, Pier 33, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 394-8900 * Exploratorium, 3601 Lyon Street, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 561-0360 * San Francisco Musuem of Modern Art, 401 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 252-4000 * M.H. DeYoung Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 863-3330 * Wacky Jacky Salmon Chaser, Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco, California, 94133; (415) 586-9800
A downtown hotel located in the heart of the San Francisco's famous Fisherman's Wharf. Four blocks from Pier 39, The Cannery and Ghirardelli Square, near Chinatown and North Beach; across the street from the Powell and Mason Cable Car Line.
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