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Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
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Clear sky and cool temperature - perfect weather to take a stroll along the Bayshore and watch the planes arrive and take off. (Photo by @replicast)
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#TravelTipTuesday - Which San Francisco museum should you visit? Concierge Shelley says California Academy of Sciences is a must! It consists of an aquarium, planetarium, a natural history museum and have a giant rain forest in the center! They also have the coolest green roof too!
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Power up for the day ahead with a delicious summer fruit and pancakes! (IG photo: @mallika1491)
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Let our San Francisco Airport hotel handle your next event. Hold a soiree in our atrium for an open-air feel, or use our pool area and lawn for your next function. Our expert caterers and event planners can help turn your party into an unforgettable extravaganza- all you have to do is submit an RFP to get started! http://bit.ly/1LIRDlG
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Having your event at #HyattSFO can be quite entertaining! It's not mad scientist, it's Erin, our Event Planning Manager "experimenting" making popcorn & marshmallows frozen in liquid nitrogen! #HaveFunAtWork #InAHyattWorld
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First time visiting San Francisco? Here are the 10 Things Not to Miss recommended by SF Travel! - http://bit.ly/1JMYUPe
One of the nicest things about visiting San Francisco is that, although the city is “big” in terms of attractions and amenities, it is geographically small – only 49 square miles. Consequently, it is very easy to see and do a great many things in a short period of time.
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Enjoy the warmth from the California sun while staying cool in our atrium lobby. (photo by @djmalhi559)
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Open the fridge and treat yourself to a nice, cool and refreshing towel for your post workout bliss.
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Our mascot decided to wear both teams' uniform to show his love of our Bay Area Baseball teams! Stop by at Knuckles tonight for refreshing beers and free popcorn while watching the SF Giants vs Oakland A's game at 7:15 pm!
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Erin, our Event Planning Manager is "experimenting" making popcorn & marshmallows frozen in liquid nitrogen! Having your event at ‪#‎HyattSFO‬ can be quite entertaining! ‪#‎HaveFunAtWork‬ ‪#‎InAHyattWorld‬
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#TravelTipTuesday - Concierge Mimi says "Twilight at the Presidio" on Thursday evening offers an unique foodie experience. It is an open park where you rent a cabana or tent and enjoy different delicious food from gourmet food trucks! http://bit.ly/1JzqNdq
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Our Events team always find fun ways to dressed up a typical salad bar! Spinach in a jar salad make it easy for stand-up luncheon!
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1333 Old Bayshore Hwy Burlingame, CA 94010
1333 Old Bayshore HighwayUSCaliforniaBurlingame94010
Airport Hotel
789 spacious guestrooms, 26 luxurious suites, In-room refrigerators for convenience, Business Plan & Regency Club Rooms, Signature Hyatt Grand Beds, Deluxe KenetMD bath products, Complimentary Shuttle
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Contemporary lodging featuring an outdoor pool, a cafe & a wine bar, plus a free airport shuttle.- Google
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Marie T. Fisher
a month ago
This is a large, older Hyatt close to SFO. The guestrooms are adequate, with a functional workspace and sitting area. Additional power strips have been added to the guestrooms, as the wall outlets are minimal. The configuration of the common areas can be very confusing, as the lobby and atrium levels are different, and the check-in area is not on the bottom floor. This means that the meeting spaces are also spread throughout multiple levels, and require a bit of navigation. TIP: if you value quiet, ask for an atrium (internal) facing room vs. a highway (external) facing room, as it will reduce the outside noise considerably.
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Graham Williams
2 months ago
Food average Prices high Gym sucks Worst of all for a business traveller - internet is mis-er-able..... How in San Fran can a business hotel not have a working internet Wifi system? Staff are nice though - the management and people at the top need the kick!
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Thank you for your feedback. We did have some issues with our internet and it's been resolved. I apologize for the inconvenience caused. Our IT team is actually working on upgrading the system in the upcoming weeks.
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Ron Guillot
6 months ago
I am an incredibly loyal Diamond Hyatt member, even writing the CEO of Hyatt to thank him for his focus on customer service. I've stayed at Hyatt's in Europe, Asia and throughout the US. However, this property is not good and when they are gauging people at $400 to $500 a night is truly pathetic. At $100 a night their workout room is an embarrasment - equipment is very hold and even the ellipticals are barely workable (One of them is so loud it is not worth the effort/frustration to use). Riding the 1 dated stationery bike the air blows directly on you and most athletes do not want cold air conditioning hitting them when they are sweating. The parking garage is off and on whether it will let you out without calling the front desk and on and on I could rant. The rates are bordering on criminal for what one receives. Ron Guillot, loyal diamond Hyatt loyalist
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Adrian Yu
9 months ago
Stayed 2 nights. Decent food. Service was nice, received complimentary wifi. Attended conference in the same hotel which was super convenient. Shower was broken on day 1, was fixed within 30 minutes of calling front desk while baby was sleeping. Engineer was great and made very little noise the whole time.
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Kay Robinson
3 months ago
This hotel is spectacular and the view is amazing! I opted to stay at this hotel the night before I was to fly back home to Atlanta. There were a few issues but overall the stay was great and I would defiantly stay here again! Upon arrival we were greeted by a nice gentleman who checked us in. Once we got to the room we realized it was occupied. We went downstairs and for our inconvenience and without us even asking our parking was waved as well as we received a room upgrade. Once we settled in we wondered around this large open hotel and we found ourselves in the open bar area. There was hardly any staff, and the staff that was on duty was not very attentive so we left. We opted to go to the sports bar inside the hotel where we were able to get much better service. We couldn't find a dessert we liked at the restaurant so we ordered room service BIG MISTAKE. We order two deserts and the total after taxes; hotel fees and tip came to $30!! They are located about 2 minutes from the airport and have a shuttle that pickup and drop-off every 5 minutes!
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Mimzy Phillips
4 months ago
The staff was extremely friendly and courteous. The hotel was clean, as was my room. The one thing I will complain about is the WiFi. It was extremely spotty and very slow. As someone traveling for work, it is imperative that I have a fully functioning, strong WiFi connection.
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Danielle LaFleur-Dutta
8 months ago
Pros: Room is nice, clean, bed is comfortable. Corner rooms nice and big. Food is good. (I had salads and soups.) Management was attentive - front desk check in was very fast and with a smile. Overall I would stay again but I am now prepared for the 2 main cons, listed below: Cons: 1 - 2 days in a row, the gift shop was closed for 2+ hours in the middle of the day, the excuse given "shift change" from management. (Umm, not buying that one, and all I need is some cotton balls.) The in room information states you have access to a Convenience Collection, but it's only at the gift shop which ... is always closed. 2 - Room service is closed till 5pm. Restaurant closes at 11am (are you kidding?) and if you do want food/lunch, you must eat in a sports bar, which is very loud, dark, and creepy. (NOTE: This is not printed anywhere on their hotel information, in room guide, or at the restaurant location in middle of the hotel.) I watched a lot of people sitting at the restaurant all waiting for a server, till they realized no one was coming. Hotel Staff and room guide says there is a "Deli" and "Starbucks Coffee" but it's just a small fridge by the restaurant, with kid-size milk cartons and sports drinks. (And it too is closed/locked at 2pm.) There are no Starbucks/coffee shop on site, sandwiches, or quick grab-and-go options available. Which I find very surprising, given the size of this hotel, location, and the number of conventions going on. And since there is no in-room coffee pot or tea, you're kind out of luck if you need any type of caffeine and/or lunch. All said, as long as you pre-plan/bring your own coffee and food, the hotel room and staff are well worth the price and location.
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Yezen Haddad
a year ago
While I was a asleep at night there was a loud drilling noise that came on and off every 30-60 mins during the night. It kept waking me up. First I thought it was the neighbors. Then after the third time it woke me up, I realized it was the fridge in the room. Next morning I walk to the front desk and tell the lady about my room experience. She calls in for the fridge to be removed, which is great. Then says, I'm going to remove your breakfast charge. I was confused bc I didn't even have breakfast but then remembered I bought a croissant that morning and had an 8$ charge. Well for my horrible night I got a refund of 8$. I would have rather got a genuine apology and nothing more. So I let her know that removing an 8$ charge does not make up for a bad night of sleep. Well I told her thanks and walked away. She then tries to get my attention as I walk away, and says 'what do you want then'... And now there are like 10 people staring at me. She managed to create a scene. And to ask 'what do you want' is absurd. Thanks for making the situation even more awkward.
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