Hyatt Regency San Francisco sets multimillion-dollar renovation

Hyatt Regency San Francisco, in the city's Embarcadero district, has launched a multimillion-dollar guestroom enhancement. The project is managed by design firm Looney & Associates and is expected to be completed in September. The hotel will remain open during the renovation process and is continuing to accept leisure, business and group reservations.

The renovation will cover the hotel’s guestrooms and suites. The new design will give the guestrooms a color palette of neutral cool tones ranging from light grays to navy blues enhanced by natural light. Stuart Evans, director of sales and marketing at Hyatt Regency San Francisco, said in a statement that the updated guestrooms are designed to highlight the hotel's waterfront location.

Each revamped guestroom will get new beds and platform bed frames with integrated sconces, up-lighting, internal power units and motion-activated night lights at the bed base. New furniture in every guestroom includes an 84-inch chaise lounge chair, stone-surface desks, wooden coffee tables that double as working desks and oversized wall-mounted high-definition TVs. Additional updates include new carpeting accented by smooth porcelain tile in the entryway and bathroom.

The guestroom bathrooms will get new showers with rainfall showerheads, stone countertops and large 44-inch vanity mirrors with internal lighting. Select king rooms will have 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. Hyatt Regency San Francisco has the world’s largest hotel atrium which features brutalist architecture. The property also has 72,000-square-feet of event space.