Area Attractions

SoMa—which stands for South of Market—is a vibrant San Francisco neighborhood at the hub of the city’s dynamic arts scene. You’ll find everything from Oracle Park (home of the city's professional baseball team) to the acclaimed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. In between, lie buzzy nightclubs, artisanal coffee houses, lauded restaurants, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the bustling waterfront along the Embarcadero.

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SOMA

50 Third Street
San Francisco, California, United States, 94103



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Area Dining

La Societe Cocktail Beauxbatons Academy
La Societe Butter Basted Scallops
La Societe Cocktail The Other Green Fairy

Culture + Art

The Market Seating Art
La Societe Dining Room Art
Hallway Art

Academy of Art University – San Francisco

Through a unique collaboration, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SOMA celebrates the arts community by incorporating curated student works into the hotel’s public spaces along with featuring pieces inside our executive and presidential suites.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MOMA)

Known to locals as simply SF MoMA, this iconic art museum houses more than 30,000 contemporary and modern paintings, photographs, sculpture, and design from the 20th century, in a chic and minimalist setting.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

At this contemporary arts center, enjoy live performances of dance, theater, music, and film, with a focus on local and national artists. The center is adjacent to the picturesque public park of Yerba Buena Gardens.


Game Space Pool Table
City Skyline View at Night
Game Space Lounge

Alcatraz Island

Now run by the National Park Service, Alcatraz Island—accessible only via ferry—has a fascinating history as a military fort turned maximum-security prison. Today, enjoy walking tours where you’ll learn about some of the famous inmates at “The Rock.”

Golden Gate Bridge

San Francisco’s most iconic symbol, the Golden Gate Bridge is an art deco engineering marvel that spans the one-mile-wide strait connecting San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Walk, drive, or bike across it, and admire the two 746-foot tall towers.