Area Attractions

Watch the fog roll in over the Golden Gate Bridge, head south for a meeting at Stanford University, or plan a day of hiking and rock climbing at the Santa Cruz Mountains. It’s all within an hour of Grand Hyatt at SFO and the unbeatable convenience of its “on-airport” location.

Grand Hyatt at SFO

55 South McDonnell Road
San Francisco, California, United States, 94128



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Local Food + Drink

All Spice

Blending the influences of Indian, Japanese, and American cuisine, the acclaimed dishes served inside this converted Victorian home are both international and unforgettable. Seasonal selections have included Bangkok-style fried quail and Parisian-style gnocchi.

Local Attractions

The California Academy of Sciences

Travel to the depths of the sea in an aquarium home to 900 species, to the heart of an enclosed rainforest with 1,600 plants and animals, and to the edges of the solar system in a planetarium with a 75-foot screen. This natural history museum hosts all three within Golden Gate Park.

The de Young

The famed collection of American art at this Golden Gate Park museum includes over 1,000 paintings from artists as varied as Georgia O’Keeffe and Edward Hopper. Stop by to tour 13th-century African sculptures and Mayan carvings, or simply to admire the twining architecture of the copper-clad building.

Downtown Burlingame

Explore the cafes, boutiques, bookstores, and specialty shops that line Burlingame Avenue, just four miles from Grand Hyatt at SFO.

Parks and Beaches

Año Nuevo State Park

Over 10,000 elephant seals lounge on the beaches of this state park, where you can take three-mile guided hikes over dunes near their habitats. Surfers and birders also flock to the beaches and bluffs here.

Castle Rock State Park

Hike past sandstone formations and natural splendor on trails that wind up to the highest point in the Santa Cruz Mountains, then travel 35 minutes away for a tasting or picnic at the world-famous Ridge Vineyards.

Washington Park

Picnic beneath the shade of trees dating back to the 1900 Gunst Estate at this historic Burlingame park, which now hosts tennis courts, a baseball field, and walking paths.