May 14, 2014

San Francisco: Hyatt Regency San Francisco; hotel review

San Francisco

pyramid exterior of Hyatt Regency San Francisco Hyatt Regency San Francisco  5 Embarcadero Center/Market St.  17 stories; 805 rooms.  2 restaurants; room service.  Exercise room.  No pets.  Valet- and self-parking. 

This elegant and stunning hotel resembles a pyramid on the outside, and every room has a view of either the city or the bay.  Nifty glass elevators run the 17-story height of what is the world’s largest atrium lobby (they are famous for their role in the “Towering Inferno” movie). 

Guest rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated, and Pulse Point Oil, Face and Pillow Mist, and Foot Cream amenities are available by request--I fell in love with them!  All rooms have a white noise machine, which I also really liked, especially the ocean channel, but my room was so quiet I didn’t need it.  Staying in the Regency Club category includes all-day snacks--light bites and skinny cocktails as well as a buffet breakfast and freshly baked cookies—along with the extraordinary view that comes on the top level of the hotel in what once was a revolving restaurant. 

Conveniently, one end of the California Street cable car line loads just outside the front entrance, and the Ferry Building, Embarcadero shops and movie theater, and Exploratorium are just a short walk away.

atrium interior of Hyatt Regency San Francisco

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images ©2014 Carole Terwilliger Meyers

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