Apparently too many photos or something kept my entire Hyatt Regency San Francisco article from publishing on BoardingArea.com after several attempts. I broke the piece in two. Here is Part 2, the rest of the article with Regency Club, room and hotel photos.
We trashed the Hyatt room so quickly that I do not have uncluttered shots of the Hyatt Regency San Francisco at Embarcadero Center room.
Here is the desk area with mini-bar. This photo is from a 2010 stay in a different and slightly larger room on the patio side of the hotel, yet looks almost the same as 1725.
Room 1725 was so small that the coffee maker was located in the closet.
Coffee maker, safe and iron in the closet.
Entry hall to room 1725. Closet on right. Bathroom on left.
Hyatt Regency Club
The Regency Club is located since early 2008 in the former revolving restaurant at the top of the hotel. The Regency Club no longer revolves.
This view is from patio room 1725.
Regency Club is located in a round room within the square structure on top. The balconies on far right of solid wall are suites.
Street level view looking up to Regency Club at Hyatt Regency San Francisco.
Regency Club has 360-degree views through floor to ceiling windows.
Regency Club seating around the perimeter of lounge.
Regency Club Hyatt San Francisco at the Embarcadero
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Few hotels in San Francisco have views of Golden Gate Bridge.
San Francisco Bay and Embarcadero Building.
Regency Club Hours
Continental Breakfast Mon-Fri 6:00-9:00am; Sat-Sun 7:00-10:00am
Mid-Day Service 12:00pm-4pm fruit, snacks, cookies.
Evening Service 5:00-8:00pm Hors d’oeuvres and Cocktails (Honor Bar)
Dessert & Cookies 8:00-9:00pm.
Regency Club features
- complimentary wireless internet
- 42” TVs
- Two Massage Chairs
- Two computer terminals and printer
- board games
Too many people were around for morning breakfast to get photos and we missed both evening receptions.
Fruit trays at 10am just before breakfast food removed. The only hot dish is oatmeal. Smoked salmon is Kelley’s favorite.
We have had good evening food in the past; particularly on fish Fridays.
Hyatt Regency San Francisco architecture
Here are several photos of the Hyatt Regency San Francisco architecture to illustrate the angular lines of the John Portman architectural design.
Each floor gets narrower and this is the top guest Floor 17 where the two sides of the hotel are close to merging.
View of Hyatt Regency San Francisco from Market Street.
View of Hyatt Regency San Francisco from Ferry Building.
View of Hyatt Regency San Francisco from Embarcadero Center.
Related Post: Hotel Atriums and Architect John Portman (Loyalty Traveler May 26, 2009)
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