The Hyatt Regency landmark hotel has long been at the cornerstone of San Francisco's dynamic waterfront neighborhood. Overlooking the Bay, this 804-room hotel with a soaring 17-story atrium lobby is a Financial District destination.
Downtown you're close to everything and the hotel view was amazing.
You're still downtown, so you walk out and it's a lot of homeless and the streets smell of urine, bad. The hotel staff is in no hurry for anything. Toom service took 1.5-2 hours and we even had a package delivered and they never bothered to bring it up. After three hours we told them forget it we'll get it ourselves. Cleaning staff is super nice. They were doing construction there so don't bother trying to nap during the day, because they were jack hammering the lobby. For the money I think there's better.
The Food Selection and quality was Very Bad, for a hotel that size and location. The $60.00 Plus a Night to valet a Car Is Crazy,
Beautifully located in downtown on Embarcadero. Access to many things.
Pricey but nothing is free right?
Bar and restiurant staff were poor.. Otherwise great place to stay.
Clean spacious room near the ferry terminal. Disappointed that you can't collect the Hyatt points by booking via Kayak.
I loved the views from the rooms it was amazing!!
I wish that the rooms were a little bit bigger
I love the location. It's right in front of the Ferry building and plenty of places to eat and walk to. It's only just a nice stroll to Union Square for shopping.
I felt $64.00 for overnight parking per day is a bit much. I could stomach $50.00 but it was way too overpriced.
Staff was very helpful. Was able to check-in early. The lounge & dining options are very good. The amenities are very good. THe location was perfect for our stay.
The total cost to park
Conveniently located. Spacious rooms. Lots of amenities (restaurant, bar, etc.). Friendly staff at the valet parking.
Staff gave me key to wrong room upon check-in. The rooms have seen better days...seem a bit beat-up. The tile on the lobby floors and in elevators was obviously installed before suitcases with wheels became common.