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Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
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Join us for #Easter this Sunday, April 20 and enjoy two great dining events: brunch and dinner! We will feature a Champagne brunch at Lael's Restaurant from 10am-3pm and dinner at Sally's Seafood on the Water from 5:30pm-9:30pm. We hope to see you!
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On March 15th, we are all Irish! Enjoy this year's downtown San Diego St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival with friends and family. There is something for everyone! 
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Don't miss out on San Diego's 10th Annual Restaurant Week, which runs from January 19 - 24. With over 180 restaurants participating, you are sure to find something yummy before the week is over!
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Craving a top notch Thanksgiving dinner? Come and enjoy our special menu at #Lael’s Restaurant. Our fresh and selected ingredients for this #thanksgiving dinner will melt in your mouth from the first bite.

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For this year's Earth Day, we want to share with you how #green we can be! We are proud to have earned a TripAdvisor GreenLeaders Bronze level certification and hope you visit us soon to take advantage of our green initiatives!
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Looking for a little rest and relaxation this coming Spring? Be sure to enter our Facebook sweepstakes for your chance to win a Bed & Breakfast package on us!
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It's not too late to book a #romantic dinner for you and your special someone for Valentine's Day! Enjoy a four-course prix-fixe menu at Sally's Seafood on the Water and make the 14th or 15th a night to remember!
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3 weeks left to celebrate the end of 2013. How about #NewYearseveparty at the top of the beautiful Manchester Grand Hyatt?
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Breakfast buffet for 2 in New Years day!
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Football fans- don't miss a fun game of #sandiegochargers vs Dallas Cowboys on September 29th.
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You wanna know how it feels to rappell over the edge of our very own 40-story Harbor Tower? Then we invite to participate in Over the Edge special event and  raise pledges for your nonprofit in exchange for the once-in-a-lifetime experience of rappelling over the edge of #ManchesterGrandHyattSanDiego .See you soon!
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1 Market Pl San Diego, CA 92101
1 Market PlUSCASan Diego92101
$$$$Luxury Hotel, Business Center
Luxury Hotel
Business Center
Banquet Hall
Wedding Venue
Airport Shuttle Service
Meeting Room
Conference Center
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego is a newly-renovated San Diego hotel with large meeting and events space, dining, spa, fitness center, WiFi, wedding planning, swimming pool and over 1,600 hotel rooms & suites. Our accommodations are sure to impress even the most seasoned of travelers.
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Upscale business option near the convention center offering elegant rooms & a rooftop pool & bar.- Google
People talk about horton plaza, high speed internet access, valet parking, fire pits and harbor tower
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Barbara Thomas
reviewed 5 months ago
Top of the Hyatt - Brought our visiting daughter to show her what we thought would be a fabulous place for a special drink and view of the sunset. The servers nearly ruined the experience. First we waited for nearly 20 minutes for a drink when the place was nearly deserted. We finally got drinks from the bar ourselves, and when we were empty no one came to ask us if we wanted anything, so we had to go back and ask for service (AGAIN). We were perfunctorily given our second round and begrudged a second half cup of snacks after asking TWICE. Trying to enjoy our drinks with not enough and soaked through cocktail napkins, one of our glasses spilled and NO ONE came to help, my daughter got some napkins herself as the servers hung out by the bar and kept their backs to us. We made sure our tip percentage reflected the INSULTING service we received. There is no excuse for visitors paying such a high price in such a place to be treated as poorly, rudely and ignored as we were. Shame on you Hyatt for hiring such people to serve so poorly in such a grand place. Shame on you for causing a disappointing time.
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paul liu
reviewed 3 months ago
I was excited to stay here. Newly remodeled rooms and good location, but was disappointed by a few things: 1. elevators were terrible. Long lines and wait practically each time we had to use the elevators. We had the club rooms, but in order to get there, we had to go to the ground floor and switch elevators to go back up to the club room. It sounds like a small thing but we had to deal with waiting 5-10 minutes each time just for the elevators. I suspect some were not in service. Multiple people opted to take stairs; 2) self parking is 28 and valet is 40, internet is 10/night; 3) club floor was nice, but the amenities are not worth the cost. Also too many kids in the lounge, so was noisy and found myself dodging kids; 4) got locked out of my room, and seriously needed 2 hrs to get back in. First, it took 30 min for the front desk to send up a bell hop with new keys (only after we called a second time), they continued to say that we must've bolted the door from the inside through a connecting room (but we cont to tell them the rooms are not connecting). They then sent up the lock person who went through the questioning yet again about having connecting rooms. After they confirmed the lock was indeed not working, they sent for the "master locksmith", who went through the same questions about connecting rooms for the third time. When he confirmed that it was NOT our fault, they then changed the entire lock on the door. We got an apology from the lock people, new keys and all in all, it took over 2 hrs which, to me, was unacceptable. The positive things... it's close to the green line light rail, to seaport village and to the convention center. But realistically, there are quite a few hotels here that can claim the same thing. All in all, I am really disappointed in this hotel. I will most likely use Marriott or Hilton on my future visit. Hope this review is helpful.
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tiffany boyle
reviewed 2 weeks ago
This place is so nice and the people that work there are vary helpful there one in particular name Lawanna Thomas who is vary friendly and helpful
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Tyler Harding
reviewed 3 months ago
Very beautiful hotel, with an impressive lobby area and a great bayfront location. I was impressed with the event venues here, but not as impressed with the on-site dining options (did not find them to be a good value for the quality and quantity). Service was very professional throughout. Overall, a good hotel experience in downtown San Diego.
Perry Price
reviewed 5 months ago
I'm loyal to Hyatt after working at Westlake Hyatt during college. This one is huge and offers a ritzy downtown experience. I would recommend them cleaning the pool tiles that have scum on them. The pools were boring because they were too modern and stark feeling. Each day we were here we had to vacate the pool area because they were setting up for private parties. It gets a lot of business and convention guests and isn't like a family vacation place. Overall its one of the nicest places and the staff was great. We loved the hats that the valet/bell agents got to wear! Woohoo!
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Maxine Toppel
reviewed 7 months ago
Tall ceilings in the lobby is as "grand" as this place gets. Don't go any further...upstairs or even to the front desk. Staff is rude and not at all accommodating. Rooms are mediocre at best. Hotel was built so none of the rooms have direct ocean views, you are on the north side or the south side of the hotel and the person I booked the room with told me I would be getting an ocean front room. I suppose they can only do so much with a poorly designed building. The rooms, however, have these thin blinds and no real drapes so if you want to block out the sun in the morning from your mediocre partial ocean view, that is not possible. Wake up!! We hung a towel up over the blinds in a pitiful effort to minimize the light. I posted a photo. Then some loud music started playing outside at night and we called downstairs and the manager had no idea where it was coming from and since it was not coming from their property there was nothing he could do. Of course if it was coming from another establishment we do not expect them to go turn of someone else's concert, but it is nice if a hotel knows what is going on around them and is willing to make guests more comfortable. He was very rude, told me "your husband has been yelling and screaming at me this whole time..." and he was just acting very immature and not like a manager at all. Thin walls, can hear noise from the next room and all the way down the hall as well. I will certainly not be back to this hotel. My first and last time staying in a Hyatt.
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