The waterfront Hyatt Regency San Francisco will soon debut a multimillion-dollar renovation that will include the complete transformation of the hotel's 821 guest rooms and suites. The Embarcadero district property has remained open throughout the process, and the project is expected to be complete at the end of September.
The new modern room design will include floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the waterfront or city. Rooms will feature neutral tones of light gray to navy blue, and be outfitted with new beds and platform bed frames with integrated sconces, uplighting, internal power and motion-activated night-lights. New chaise lounges, stone-surface desks, wood coffee tables and wall-mounted high-definition TVs will complement the new look.
“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 the hotel. “The updated guest rooms 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.”
Guest-room bathrooms will have spacious new showers, rainfall showerheads, stone countertops and large vanity mirrors with built-in lighting. Some of the larger rooms also will have ceiling-mounted sliding doors to separate sleeping areas for additional privacy.
The elevators and corridors of the iconic atrium will be refreshed, as well, with new carpeting, paint and wall coverings that carry through elements of the new modern room design. The property offers 72,000 square feet of meeting space.