by Amanda Geronikos
The Grand Hyatt San Francisco is an AAA Four Diamond Hotel, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t kid-friendly. The hotel, which features views of the skyline in San Francisco, offers three restaurants, rooms with mini-fridges and free Wi-Fi. It also has a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Our Editor Loves
- Free Wi-Fi
- Fantastic views
- Three restaurants
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Brenda R
The location and staff are great. Everything else falls short. Rooms tend to be small and noisy. The restaurant is barely average. Club lounge has limited amenities and does not compare to other Grand Hyatts or Hyatt Regency properties. Business Center is nonexistent. If staying in SF, check options.
This is perhaps d best Hyatt i ever stayed and I have stayed in many types of Hyatt. However in order to enjoy d utmost privileges you are recommended 2 b @ d Club member because one d advantage was private Club dining area for breakfast & early dinner ????. I was with my parents (more than 70 years old) so to have a private but intimate dining area for d few members of The Club was very helpful for them that they don’t have to wait long lines. Also d early dinner particularly helpful because my dad was attending Health Conference which finishes around 3 pm so 5 pm complimentary early dinner was excellent choice although Hyatt do need to improve d variety of menus (we stayed for a week so variety of foods was important)
Location was prime although many more homeless were around this time (security was good though). GH located in front of Union Square which for us tourists was excellent where we can enjoy many surroundings restaurants, supermarkets and high-end shops. The famous SF Trams also nearby and so does d Hop On & Hop Off double decker open air busses.
The concierge ????♀️ ????♂️ for tourists in this particular GH were d best. They are extremely helpful and knowledgeable. I thoroughly enjoy their guidance because I wasn’t expecting 2 b able to do sightseeing since I accompanied my parents but with their help i am able to enjoy ???? many SF icons such as The famous Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman’s Wharf.
Oh yes by d way I have given up to explain how comfortable yet functional a Hyatt room (no matter what type of Hyatt) because they felt so homey (some of them a bit old yet well maintained). Mine was Executive Suite which was superb since it separated me and my parents so at d end of day we all can have our privacy.
Will i go back ? Absolutely ! Will i recommend 2 my friends ? Perhaps because sometimes Hyatt can b expensive although it’s worth it ????