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Looking for a last minute weekend getaway to San Francisco? Here is your chance! Stay between March 6 - 8 for as low as $159! Book now. http://bit.ly/1DHOY6H
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#TravelTuesday - take a day trip to Presidio and discover some of the secret spots that are hidden throughout the park. http://ow.ly/Gz6HP
Overnight campsites, Darth Vader stuff, and more...
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Million Dollar Mission for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has started! Join us for Cocktails for a Cure at Eclipse daily between 5p - 7p! 10% of proceeds will be donated to LLS!
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Our joint effort with Clean The World in 2014...
1,448 lbs of waste collected.
4,822 soap bars distributed.
405 lbs of plastic recycled.
Can't wait to make Earth even more greener and healthier in 2015!
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It doesn't have to be a special occasion to surprise your sweetheart with a romantic getaway! #TravelTuesday http://bit.ly/14Bg9lu
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Clear sky, beautiful sunrise and Golden Gate Bridge. What an amazing view of San Francisco! (Photo @chipmun_k)
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Starting February 14, #freeWiFi for everyone #InAHyattworld because we know how important it is for you to stay connected while on the road!
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A romantic experience and a surprise weekend getaway maybe the perfect gift on this Valentine's day. http://bit.ly/14Bg9lu
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One of the many ways to adore the majestic view of Golden Gate Bridge is to go on a cruise! How do you see #GGB?
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Thanks @sarahyu2012 for sharing this lovely shot of our lobby! Did you take some awesome photos of our impressive atrium lobby? We love to see them on Instagram or Tweet us @HyattRegencySF!
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Looking for unique and fun ideas for a date night or girls night out? You may want to check out Exploratorium's Science of Cocktails event on Jan 30! http://ow.ly/Hclij
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5 Embarcadero Center San Francisco, CA 94111, United States
5 Embarcadero CenterUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94111
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Hyatt Regency San Francisco - Our downtown San Francisco luxury hotel is a full-service hotel offering deluxe accommodations in San Francisco, CA.
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Luxury hotel with a 17-story atrium lobby & modern rooms offers cable cars & waterfront at its door.- Google
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Joanna Gentili
a month ago
$10 for wi-fi in 2015 when I get it for free on my phone with my hotspot - it's just an inconvenience and insulting. Even McDonald's offers wi-fi.
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Daniel Caldwell
2 months ago
We stayed here December 2014 for four days. Had five rooms for the family christmas vacation. The good: Christmas decorations were awesome. The Santa there loved to drink pepsi instead of coke. The elevators were fast There was a white noise thing in the room to block out the traffic and city noise outside. Great location next to a bart station and the Ferry Building. It was very clean. The bad: -1 star for no provided wifi. (You can buy it for 15$ a day. Don't know why some hotels don't provide this for their customers. For the amount of time we all spend on digital devices, it is like saying that electricity and water are not provided and paying extra for them.) -1 star for not having parking for guests (65$ a day if you want to park there. Might as well get a room for your car... If you're traveling to a city and need to park, you should be able to park at the hotel you're spending 250$ a night in. Having a building without adequate parking for the tenants shows incredibly poor design) -2 stars for the manager not contacting us like they said they would regarding an issue with booking. (We understand the clerk behind the counter couldn't help us, but telling us that the manager will get in touch with us and not following through? That alone is enough to never return to the hotel) The 25$+ breakfast buffet isn't as good as a free breakfast from a typical holiday inn so don't expect much there, If you ask for hot chocolate, make sure you ask them to make it with milk. Stay away from the pastries. Try the parfait, that was pretty good. Better yet save your money by going to a place in the city. There's plenty of great coffee shops where you can grab some breakfast food within walking distance. Summary: I wouldn't stay here again and I don't recommend it for anyone. I will be looking for a hotel that provides the basics for their customers and then improves from there. As nice as decorations are, having to leave your hotel room to find some wifi to checkin with work for a couple of hours when you should just be relaxing in your hotel room, is an unnecessary hassle. That said, I'll acknowledge that they are 1st world problems!
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Jasmin Kim
2 months ago
other than the view...this hotel was way too expensive and the room had a terrible bed. I dont know where this is normal but valet parking is over 60 dollars a day here!!! I would rather go to a motel that provides free wifi and parking near here. no free wifi no free parking no free water...goto san jose if u have a car! better hotels down there.
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Yanja Batbaatar
2 months ago
Stayed here for work and it was a wonderful hotel! Very clean, my room was huge, as was my balcony! My room was a bay view king and I was a disappointed with my view- it was mostly of concrete buildings and a small corner of the bay. I came from Chicago I want to get away from concrete! Service was great- def recommend the hotel
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Alicia Finklestone
a month ago
for the price not bad, nice gym and pool area. The location is not that good, and if your tired after a trip and don't want to walk anywhere then the only place to get food is the sports bar on the atrim level. Room service closes during the hours of 2 thru 5, and the only other restaurant also closes at 2. It can also be quite noisy at times with lots of conferences. But saying all that, it was suited to me needs and have stayed many times before.
Tony Lopez
2 months ago
Without going initially into all of the minutia about service, amenities, etc, overall my experience at the Hyatt Regency was bad because of a slippery shower - bathtub. I was standing in the tub/shower in room 931, and adjusting the bathtub spout water temperature to transfer the water to the shower. When I pulled up the valve to transfer the flow to the shower, the instant the water from the shower hit my feet, my legs went violently flying out from under me. I flew up and spun, hitting the edge of the tub with my hip as I flew out of the tub, landing with my upper body on the floor. I took an assessment of my condition, and I fractured my second toe, bashed up my left shoulder and right hip, and wrenched my back. Fortunately, I was not seriously injured enough to need hospitalization, but that was my good fortune; I could of as easily busted my head open on the floor, had a major fracture, or even be killed. Two days later, I am really suffering from the fall and my wife just noticed I have a 5-inch bruise on my left hip likely from the impact against the edge of the bathtub. The shower curtain was partially torn down and several of the wrings destroyed as they were torn off as the shower curtain (thankfully) partially broke my fall. There is a somewhat gross rubber mat provided which could have prevented this accident, but the mat was rolled up so I didn't really see it, and it was so gross I doubt I would have used it anyway. I am no klutz, and have never slipped in a shower in my life. The violent abruptness of my fall reminded me of getting tackled in football by someone blindsiding you and taking out your feet at the knees. The slippery condition of this tub is a very serious hazard which they should not ignore. In posting this review I hope to prevent another similar incident resulting in more serious injuries.They were diligent, have taken a report, and were very apologetic. I am waiting to hear back from them as to what action they will take to make certain that tub is checked for safety and repaired. Depending on how they follow up on the incident, I may later come back and amend my review.
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Kristen Colander
3 months ago
This hotel was a disappointment. You would think a four star hotel with the prices as high as they are would be amazing. Unfortunately this was not my experience. We paid extra for a room with a city skyline but they gave our room away, and we were given a room with a tiny window that faced a wall. It looked nothing like the room they advertised on their website. When we spoke to the front desk about this, they pretty much told us tough luck since we booked through Priceline. They told us that we needed to call Priceline about our problem. Apparently booking through Priceline makes you a second class citizen at this hotel. In addition to this major issue, there are problems inherent to every room in the hotel. The sheets were poor quality and not cleaned well. There was a spot of dried food on our outer sheet. Also the shower had mildew in the tile. There was also an ice skating rink below us that blared music until midnight. Great location but poorly run.
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Sharon Bee
4 months ago
This place is alright... the food is mediocre. It's a great place to host conferences. Rooms are average. The staff at the gift store is really nice and friendly.