Hyatt Regency San Francisco Plans September Debut of Multimillion-Dollar Guestroom Renovation

USA, San Francisco, California. September 13, 2022

Hyatt Regency San Francisco, one of San Francisco's premier waterfront hotels in the Embarcadero district, is excited to announce a multi-million-dollar guestroom enhancement. The project is managed by renowned design firm Looney & Associates and is expected to be completed September 2022. The hotel will remain open during the renovation process and is continuing to accept leisure, business and group reservations.

The renovation includes a complete transformation of the hotel's guestrooms and suites. Guests will be greeted with modernized rooms, highlighted by spacious floor-to-ceiling windows spanning waterfront or city views. The new design features a comfortable color palette of neutral cool tones ranging from light grays to navy blues enhanced by natural light to provide a bright and welcoming atmosphere.

"We are thrilled to announce an extensive renovation that will provide a seamless travel experience in the heart of San Francisco's famous Embarcadero," said Stuart Evans, director of sales and marketing at Hyatt Regency San Francisco. "The updated guestrooms are designed to highlight our distinctive waterfront location while providing a modern and sophisticated experience with direct access to all of the city's attractions, entertainment and vibrant culture."

Each revamped guestroom will feature new beds and platform bed frames with integrated sconces, up-lighting, internal power units and motion-activated night lights at the bed base. New contemporary furniture in every guestroom includes an 84-inch chaise lounge chair, stone surface desks, wood coffee tables that double as working desks and oversized wall-mounted high-definition televisions. Additional updates include new plush carpet accented by smooth porcelain tile in the entryway and bathroom. The guestroom bathrooms will offer new spacious showers, refreshing rainfall showerheads, stone countertops and large 44-inch vanity mirrors with internal lighting. Guests can also enjoy updated patio furniture and artwork designed by local artists. Select king rooms will feature ceiling-mounted serenity sliding doors that separate the sleeping areas from the entryways and bathrooms for additional privacy and relaxation.

The hotel's elevators and atrium corridors will be updated with new carpeting, vinyl wall coverings and fresh paint to bring a modern and sophisticated design throughout the property. Hyatt Regency San Francisco is home to the world's largest hotel atrium which features brutalist architecture. The hotel is located just a short walk from Embarcadero's world-famous attractions, premier dining and popular entertainment. As one of the city's leading destinations for meetings and events, the hotel is home to 72,000 square-feet of customizable space for any and every event. With on-site event professionals to help with planning, it's the perfect venue for all occasions.

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