Hyatt Regency San Francisco debuts new guestrooms

The Hyatt Regency San Francisco, a property situated across the street from San Francisco’s iconic Embarcadero waterfront and Ferry Building, has opened15 new guestrooms with water views. Designed by Looney & Associates, these new guestrooms have panoramic views of the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, historic Ferry Building and Treasure Island.

Inspired by modern minimalism, Looney & Associates used neutral color palettes with contrasting accents, wall colors inspired by ocean-blue hues, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows in the design of the room to encourage guests to immerse themselves in the views of the bay without interior distractions.

The design additionally incorporated a painted trim applied to the wall, conveying a “bridge” art feature that pays homage to San Francisco’s famous landmark.

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The rooms have high-tech amenities. Amazon’s Alexa are exclusively integrated into the new rooms with voice-activated controls to alter thermostats, lighting and shades. A virtual concierge is available with streamlined voice commands assisting guests with tasks such as contacting the valet or ordering in-room dining. Additional technology amenities offered in the rooms include a 65” TV with integral backlight, a soundbar, desk lamps with charging ports, and electric bathroom mirrors.

Measuring 185 square feet, each room also has unique storage solutions, including underbed drawers, ample shelving and versatile open-closet systems. Flexible luggage benches doubly function as seats. The lighting that is built into the rooms’ furniture and architecture allow for additional usable surfaces.

Matt Humphreys is the GM of the property.

Photo credit: Hyatt Regency San Francisco