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Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Five Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111
Nightly Rates (364.00 - 399.00) 4 Star
|Hyatt Regency San Francisco has long been at the cornerstone of the city's dynamic waterfront neighborhood. Overlooking the San Francisco bay, this 805-room landmark hotel is City's only luxury waterfront hotel and the ideal setting for shopping and sightseeing adventures found nowhere else. Hyatt Regency is adjacent to Embarcadero Center, offering 125 shops and restaurants. Nearby are Chinatown, Fishermen's wharf, Union Square, Moscone Convention Center and Pac Bell Baseball Park. Found at the foot of Market and Drumm streets, the Hyatt Regency is conveniently located for business or pleasure. The historic California Street Cable Car line, MUNI (inter-city buses and light rail), BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit running through neighboring cities) and the Ferry can all be found literally steps from the hotel's front doors. San Francisco International Airport is just 15 short miles with airport shuttles departing regularly from outside the hotel. Additional notable hotel features include the Equinox revolving, rooftop restaurant offering 360-degree views of the city skyline and Bay, and serving cocktails, dinner and desserts nightly. The Eclipse Café located in the hotel's soaring Atrium serves breakfast and lunch daily including a Country Breakfast, light fare, nightly specials and live entertainment. Fitness facilities include an on-site Fitness Center in addition to access to two nearby health clubs. Not only does its location and features make the hotel an ideal setting for business travel, but also for meetings and conventions. Here you'll find over 67,000 square feet of flexible meeting space including 24 meeting rooms, two elegant boardrooms, a grand ballroom with reception for 1,800 and a 17,000 square foot exhibit hall with oversized prefunction area. The hotel offers a full-service audio-visual department, Business Center and car rental desk on-site. Internet access for groups can provided. High Speed Wireless is available at 9.95 per nt.|
All guest rooms and suites are newly and offer either city or bay views. renovated. Features include a desk, two-line telephones with speaker, dataport and voicemail, and a remote control television. The decor of the rooms make them warm and inviting with soft colors and a contemporary look. Bay view rooms offer fabulous views of the San Francisco Bay and feature a large balcony with patio furniture. All rooms are equipped with an iron and ironing board as well as hair dryers and coffee makers. A newspaper is delivered to each room Monday-Friday. Accommodations include: * 491 king-sized beds * 245 double-double beds * 670 smoking rooms * 176 Gold Passport® rooms * 96 Regency Club® rooms * 144 Business Plan TM rooms * 45 Suites
Forty-five suites offering three different types of accommodations can be found at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco. Ranging in size our Hospitality, Regency and Grande Suites have all been recently renovated in hues of deep gold, blue and russet, complemented with blond wood. Hospitality Suites offer an sizeable room with king bed, work station with fax machine, and sitting area including a couch with pull-out bed. Regency Suites feature master bedroom, separate parlor, full couch with pull-out bed, two televisions, one and a half bathrooms, sizable workstation with fax machine and full-length balcony. Grande Suites offer a gracious slate foyer entrance with full wet bar, living room, dining room, master bedroom, large granite bathroom and full-length balcony.
Three floors, have been designed and designated specifically for the business traveler. Each Business Plan guest room includes a complete work station with a large desk, enhanced lighting, private fax machine with facsimile and copy capabilities, two-line telephone with dataport and voicemail. Business Plan also includes 24-hour access to a compatible printer on the same floor. Local, credit card phone access and 800 calls are included in the room rate, as are express Continental breakfast, an in-room coffee maker, iron and board, hair dryer and daily newspaper delivery to room.
Two privately-keyed floors offer VIP acommodations for those who desire a higher level of service and an extra measure of privacy. Hyatt Regency guest rooms reflect the elegance and special touches for which Hyatt is known. Newspaper delivered to the room each morning, bathrobes, hair dryers and more are all part of this special offering. The Regency Club lounge is for the exclusive use of its guests and provides an ideal setting for social entertaining or a private business meeting. Complimentary Continental breakfast, as well as late afternoon hors d'oeuvres are served daily. Wine, cocktails and liqueurs are also available at a no host bar.
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|* 15 miles from San Francisco International Airport * Near Oakland, Palo Alto, Marin, Burlingame and Daly City San Francisco International, Oakland International|
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13 Views Coffee and Cocktail Bar offers 13 different views of Justin Herman Plaza and the Embarcadero Waterfront. Express Continental breakfast, cappuccinos, and light fare are served from the granite bar. The bar features nightly drink specials and an extensive list of microbrews from the area. Live musical entertainment nightly. Open 6AM to 1AM.
Eclipse Café Eclipse Café is a magnificent indoor park-like setting serving fresh California cuisine - salads, sandwiches, pizzas and seasonal specialties. Patrons are sheltered by a canopy of 16-foot trees and lights that flood tables and alcoves with warmth. Serving breakfast, including a Country Breakfast Buffet and lunch daily from 6AM to 2PM.
Take a Cable Car to many exciting places in the downtown district.
* Ferry service on the San Francisco Bay, located across the street from the hotel * Jogging paths along the San Francisco Waterfront are right outside the hotel's doors * Tennis and golf are located nearby and arrangements can be made by the hotel staff * Day trips to the Napa Valley are easy to arrange through our concierge desk * Great shopping is located adjacent in the Embarcadero Center with over 125 shops * Complimentary 24-hour guest fitness room with state-of-the-art aerobic equipment * Guest access to two nearby healthclubs (additional fee) * Chinatown, North Beach, Fisherman's Wharf, Pac Bell Ballpark and Union Square
Located on San Francisco's Embarcadero Waterfront near the City's Financial District, the Hyatt Regency provides the ideal setting for business or leisure travel or an ideal mix of both. Although the hotel is within walking distance to many popular attractions, it also offers all forms of public transportation just steps from its doors so guests can be at their destination in a matter of minutes.
In its days as a federal prison, there was no escaping this bleak rock in the middle of San Francisco Bay, today 1.2 million visitors annually can't wait to see this top attraction. On-island activities include trail walks and audio cassette tours of the main cell block narrated by former inmates and guards.
San Francisco is one of the few places in the world where people can ride on a national historic landmark. The cable cars operate daily, much the same as they did upon their initial run in 1873. The California Street cable car line is found just outside the Hyatt Regency's front doors.
Its entrance on the city's oldest street, Grant Street, opens the gateway to a 24-block labyrinth of exotic shops, renowned restaurants, food and herb markets, temples and small museums all best explored on foot.
From South Beach in the shadow of the Bay Bridge where outdoor cafes are plentiful, down the palm-lined Embarcadero to Herb Caen Way..., the Ferry Building, Steuart Street's Restaurant Row, Hyatt Regency and Embarcadero Center's 125 shops and restaurants the waterfront reflects the richness of its Barbary Coast heritage and is the focus of a vibrant renaissance.
Fishing boats, seafood stalls, steaming crab cauldrons and restaurants market this world-famous area. Be sure to try local delicacy -- Dungeness crab. Waterfront marketplaces include the Anchorage, The Cannery, Ghirardelli Square and Pier 39.
Completed in 1937 this instantly recognizable landmark links San Francisco to Marin County. Not only do people enjoy driving across this 1.7 mile span, but pedestrians and bicyclists are also welcomed, toll-free.
San Francisco's "Little Italy" is an enticing mosaic of cappuccino houses and collectibles stores. Its nightlife is vibrant with cabarets, jazz clubs, gelato parlors, traditional delicatessens and top-notch restaurants.
Also known as "SoMa" this continuously revitalized area just south of Market Street blends two square miles of hot nightclubs, fashionable restaurants, experimental theaters, discount shopping outlets and art galleries. Yerba Buena Gardens can be found in this area where museums are plentiful in addition to a new Sony Metron Center and Zeum, a new interactive children's center. This area is also home to Moscone Center.
Within a four-block radius shoppers can purchase designer sheets or sheet music. Elegant stores and richly appointed shops cater to every taste. A recently renovated Macy's graces both sides of Stockton Street while San Francisco's own Gump's can be found nearby. Adjacent Maiden Lane and Post Street are not to be missed.
* Haight-Ashbury -- The "Summer of Love" lives on, mainly in stores throughout this charming Victorian sector found along the panhandle of Golden Gate Park. * Japantown -- The heart of Japantown is Japan Center, a five-acre complex of hotels, shops, theaters, sushi bars and restaurants crowned with a five-tiered pagoda. * Marina -- Originally the site of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition, the Marina is now home to the city's trendy set. Visitors can enjoy an assortment of inviting stores, restaurants and watering holes from locally owned boutiques and restaurants to national chains. Nearby Marina Green, a grassy waterfront playground offers stunning views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco Bay. * Mission District -- The heart of San Francisco's predominantly Hispanic neighborhood, the Mission District boasts a colorful collection of restaurants, taquerias, Mexican bakeries, fresh produce markets, specialty shops and the largest concentration of murals in the City. * Pacific Heights -- If you live in Pacific Heights, your last name is likely to be Getty, or your employer is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, here stately Victorians crown hills blessed with glorious views in San Francisco's most-prestigious neighborhood. Of historical and architectural significance are the Spreckels Mansion and the Whittier Mansion. * Presidio of San Francisco -- Formerly one of the oldest military installations in the country, Presidio lands and buildings and spectacular views were turned over to the National Park Service in 1994. Visitors now have access to a wide range of activities, including fishing, golfing, hiking, biking and beachcombing. * Union Street -- The first neighborhood in San Francisco to convert its gingerbread Victorians into popular boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.