• Hyatt Regency San Francisco Undergoes Club Lounge Renovation

     
    POSTED April 5, 2017
     

The Hyatt Regency San Francisco top floor lounge has undergone a transformation introducing new high rise windows with 360 panoramic views designed by Looney & Associates.

The renovation was inspired by the San Francisco Bay and city skyline with modern architecture being reflected throughout the lounge.

“We are proud to reintroduce the stunning Regency Club here at Hyatt Regency San Francisco,” says Matthew Humphreys, general manager. “In designing the interior space around the magnificent views, we were able to provide a comfortable, elegant space where guests can truly take in the splendor of the Bay.”

New seating, dining and business spaces are a few features of the renovation. The new space incorporates a calm and sleek feel while featuring updated furnishings and luxurious finishes.

The buffet area now features a wood screen divider to create separation between the buffet and dining area. New appliances and paintings were added throughout the lounge to brighten up the area.

The Club lobby at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco has seen some recent updates as well. Some of these include new light fixtures, benches, a refinished bookcase, new carpeting and a landscape of San Francisco that greets guests in the entry.

The Hyatt Regency San Francisco is known as the city’s most accessible hotel due to its location across from the Ferry Building Marketplace. The hotel sits at the beginning of the California Street Cable Car line near the Embarcadero Center’s shops and restaurants.

Known as the city’s largest luxury waterfront hotel, Hyatt Regency San Francisco includes 804 rooms and suites, which have been recently renovated along with The Eclipse Kitchen and Bar in the hotel's lobby.

 

 

 

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