Hyatt Regency San Francisco

5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, California, 94111, United States | 5 star hotel
Prices starting from $261.00
 

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Friday

A travel blog entry by slush132

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Arrival in San Francisco

Our trip starts out on an early Friday morning flight out of Denver. Steve and I grab a United flight while Tyler takes Southwest. Both of our flights end up being delayed due to weather in SFO but we are soon in the air and on our way. It's probably a good thing Steve and I’s flight was delayed because we …

Saturday

A travel blog entry by slush132

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Muir Woods, Point Reyes

We awoke bright and early Saturday morning and met up with Mark around 7:30am so we could beat the crowds to Muir Woods National Monument. Of course we first had to stop at Starbucks to get some java and a quick breakfast. We arrived at Muir Woods about an hour later. Muir Woods is a protected grove of giant …

Sunday

A travel blog entry by slush132

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Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf, Ghirardelli Square

Sunday morning we had breakfast in the exclusive Regency Club on the 17th floor of the hotel, special access only. Tyler definitely had us hooked up for our stay in the hotel. We probably don’t want to know what he did to get it. Samantha met us after breakfast and we all …

Escape from Alcatraz

A travel blog entry by t-l-c

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Its 11:35pm, just got back to the hotel after a huge day.... tomorrow we leave this beautiful city.... I understand leaving your heart in San Francisco now. The people are just so nice and the food is great, easy to get around (apart from the hills...) and most of the population are tourists so everyone is in a good mood too.

We went to …

Cathy 1; Segway 0: Tom :in trouble with tour guide

A travel blog entry by t-l-c

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What a day in San Francisco!!! We started the day with a 9am Segway tour, first time on a Segway.... our training was a little nerve wracking for me.... in theory the Segway balances itself based on your body weight shifting and 'telling' it what to do.... which it does..... but at first, it is hard to believe! Tom was a natural and within seconds …

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This 5 star hotel, located in the Financial District area of San Francisco, is near The Wok Wiz Tour, Embarcadero Farmer's Market, San Francisco Railway Museum, and Embarcadero Center.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hyatt Regency San Francisco

    You don't need a car here!

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    This hotel is in a fantastic location to take advantage of San Francisco's European quality public transportation. The BART station is right outside the door, as is the Ebarcadero cable car stop and the charming old streetcars (practically free) that whisk you to Fisherman's wharf. The cable car is almost never crowded here, and you can ride it up the steep hill to China town, or transfer to the Powell street line to go to Fisherman's wharf. Once you've "done" the cable car routine, stick with the street cars to go to Fisherman's wharf.

    Spinning Around

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    Equinox Restaurant, San Francisco CThe Equinox, at the Hyatt Regency in Embarcadero, is Northern California's only revolving rooftop restaurant. A revolution is completed every 40 minutes, allowing visitors to take a virtual tour of the city without leaving their seat. Equinox serves fresh seafood, prime rib, dry-aged steaks, pasta, and seasonal specials. We visited in October, 2003.Ambiance: Sharp, modern, nicely soft-lit. Soft Jazz in the background. Service: A terrific waiter from Vietnam shared his life story. Views: Beautiful look of the sparkling Oakland Bridge.Overall impressions: Panoramic view of the Hilly City, but a sad reminder of its cold concrete nature, lack of green space and sidewalks of homeless dwellers.

    We Moved On........

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    My husband and I stayed at the Hyatt as a suggestion from a family member. It was a nice place, the lobby is built similar to the Luxor in Las Vegas, so if you fear fire, heights or earthquakes this probably will not be your cup of tea! Overall it was a nice hotel, the room was clean and our view was OK. We could not see any of the "sights" from our room but did get a water view as promised. I would only suggest this hotel only if you must stay in the financial district. As a tourist, it was not optimal. The walk to Fisherman's Wharf and Pier 39 was at least 2 miles. To get your car out of Valet ($$$$$) and on the road was nerve racking due to the traffic we encountered as we tried to leave Monday morning experiencing grid-lock. The bathroom was VERY small and the bed was so hard it hurt to breathe the next morning!!!!!

    Breathtaking!

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    I've always wanted to stay here after seeing "The Towering Inferno". The lobby alone is enough to take the casual's tourist's breath away. It's truly stunning. The glass elevator ride to our room was always a treat. The rooms are rather large (for San Francisco, at least) and are beautifully decorated in bold and striking fashion. Check-in was a breeze and the room service was surprisingly quick. The staff couldn't have been friendlier. Along with the lobby, the hotel's high point (literally) is the Equinox. Perched atop the roof of the hotel, this revolving restaurant provided one of the most delicious dinners I have ever experienced. As for the view from our table, well, words just wouldn't do it justice. Just be advised, however, that if you have a car, valet parking is a very steep $40. All in all, a wonderful experience and we would return in a heartbeat!

    Don't go for the view.

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    I was in SF on business in the Embarcadero Center and checked into the Hyatt Regency partly for the convenience and partly because I decided to treat myself to a view room.

    Other choices

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    Having stayed a short time I decided to checkout and move to a better hotel. This wasted a lot of time. On the plus side the location is good if you need to be in embacadero, the rooms are spacious, clean and newly renovated, the rooms abright with large windows, the staff were professional and respectful of guests and my needs. Of note was a particular concierge or porter called Joe who was outstandingly understanding.

    Dramatic and Comfortable!

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    The most dramatic lobby imaginable. Comfortable, very quiet contamporary rooms with marble baths and good beds. For a family like ours, with 5 persons, you must ask for two rooms at the family rate to make this affordable - the second room is at 1/2 price. Parking is steep at $38 valet or $28 self-park in the adjoining Embarcadero structure (enter from Drumm St. behind hotel). Hotel is in business district, not tourist center, so it is quieter at night and requires some walking to sights and restaurants - but SF is designed for that.

    Cable car terminus at front of hotel, streetcar line alongside, and BART (subway) stop to the front. We had a great, comfortable, and affordable stay of 3 days here.

    Our special anniversary

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    My husband and I had reservations for August 2 through August 6th.

    I made my plans online, and after the plans were made, I decided to call the hotel directly to tay to make our stay a little special for us.

    The young lady on the phone was very pleasant and courteous. Wish I had asked her name. Upon our arrival, the front desk clerk congratulated us for our anniversary, and said we had a room with a balcony, it was an upgrade.

    Five minutes after we were in our room, there was a knock at our door, and there was a bottle of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries.

    We can't thank you enough for helping to make our stay so enjoyable and memorable.

    We WILL return next year!!

    Cassandra & Gordon Earle

    Watch Out!

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    Hyatt failed to disclose their outrageous $38 daily parking fee when we made our reservations. Hotel architecture spectacular, rooms are fair and overpriced, hotel staff arrogant. Obviously we won't be staying here anymore

    Hyatt.... to save the day!!!!

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    We just returned home from San Francisco and we had a great trip thank s to the hyatt.... We had stayed 2 nights at the Nikko Hotel which is completely overated. But it was recomended by a friend so i thought i couldn't go wrong. Well to make a long story short we had to leave the nikko early due to a power outage and we called the hyatt where we were supposed to stay originally and luckily they had availability. The manager was great and after he heard all that we had gone through he made sure he had rooms avail. for us as soon as we got there which was about 10 am. We had a great stay at the hyatt we stayed on one of their private floors the 16th and 17th are private they are bigger than the regular rooms. They were great clean, spacious, (the bathrooms were a bit small but still nice,) the best thing of all is each room has a terrace we had a beautiful bay view which is avail. on request. I highly reccomend this hotel the steakhouse was great too. Well enjoy san francisco and the location of this hotel can not be beat!!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hyatt Regency San Francisco

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent