Grand Hyatt San Francisco

345 Stockton St., San Francisco, California 94108, United States

Revamped for business travelers who want to be in the heart of the action, this Union Square property might feel corporate, but the staff adds that dash of San Francisco kindness that sets this Hyatt above the standard.

YOU SHOULD KNOW Despite the online chatter, Wi-Fi is now complimentary.

Standard double beds room
Photo: Standard double beds room

room

Rooms done in warm autumnal tones with textured custom furniture, original artwork, and teak beds, are all high-tech: windows can be blacked out from your bed, while a "jack pack" projects your laptop on a swiveling flat-screen. Spring for the Grand Club, and you'll get a room on an upper floor and access to the all-day food and beverage service, computers, and concierge.

Standard double beds room
Photo: Standard double beds room
Standard bathroom
Photo: Standard bathroom

bathroom

Smallish bathrooms are decked out with glass-top vanities and porcelain sinks large enough to bathe a small child.

Standard bathroom
Photo: Standard bathroom
36th floor event space
Photo: 36th floor event space

lobby

A light-filled lobby has gas fireplaces warming homey nooks both upstairs and down. Giant modern wall art guards the lofty space.

36th floor event space
Photo: 36th floor event space
35th floor fitness center
Photo: 35th floor fitness center

gym

Watch the fog roll in from the 24-hour StayFit Fitness Center, located on the 35th-floor, which features cardio machines, yoga mats, Pilates props and more.

35th floor fitness center
Photo: 35th floor fitness center

dining

The intimate OneUp restaurant highlights--both architecturally and on the menu--an impressive wine list. SF-themed dishes like clam chowder and cioppino populate the menu.

Grand Ballroom
Photo: Grand Ballroom
Hotel Bar
Photo: Hotel Bar
Grand Ballroom
Photo: Grand Ballroom
Grand Club private lounge
Photo: Grand Club private lounge

drinking

Wines are the star of the OneUp lounge. Expect a huge selection of local wine in a lofty space you'll likely not want to depart.

Grand Club private lounge
Photo: Grand Club private lounge

LOCATION

Getting Around

The hotel provides valet parking, albeit pricey. Muni buses and trains stop within a 10-minute walk, connecting travelers to the city's varied neighborhoods. Catch the BART train to Oakland and San Francisco airports. Walkers can access the Financial District, Moscone Center, the waterfront and Union Square all within a half hour.

Restaurants

For a sampling of San Francisco's diverse dishes, head over to Tacorea (4-minute walk) for Korean style tacos in a casual setting. Some of the city's best Thai food is hidden in the Parc 55 hotel's Kin Khao (8-minute walk) where spicy curry and seafood-laced noodle dishes reign supreme.

Bars

Don an aloha shirt and meander up to the Tonga Room (7-minute walk) for a kitschy tiki vibe complete with mai tais and a dance floor populated by folks who generally have enjoyed one too many. Join the young and beautiful locals for a cocktail at the Burritt Room Tavern (1-minute walk).

WHY WE LIKE IT

This pet-friendly and tech-forward hotel in the heart of Union Square pleases corporate travelers and their families.

QUICK FACTS

Business, Family, Service, Trendy, Views
659 rooms
Breakfast Yes
Lunch Yes
Dinner Yes
Bar Yes
Cafe No
Room Service Yes
Gym
Yes
Valet Parking
Yes

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 415-398–1234

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