Start from our waterfront location to explore the bustling Embarcadero, Union Square, and dozens of other destinations just minutes from Hyatt Regency San Francisco. Enjoy the ferry, walking tours, Segway tours, and the ease of getting to and from Oracle Park, Alcatraz Island, the Exploratorium, and much more.
We’re pleased to offer cornhole, board games, chess, and other games you can use in the lobby or check out and take to your room or suite.
Join our managers for a morning run down Embarcadero, surrounded by the sights and sounds of San Francisco. Note: We have temporarily put this activity on hold. Please check with the concierge for the latest information.
Play by the bay on our bocce courts, just outside the hotel.
Bicycle and Scooter Rentals
You’ll find rentals available within steps of our hotel, providing you with fun and relaxing options for exploring Fisherman’s Wharf, Oracle Park, and other local attractions.
Top San Francisco Attractions
Golden Gate Bridge
Treat yourself to the extraordinary experience of walking or cycling across all or part of this art deco span, with its astonishing views. Guided tours are available, and the Welcome Center features on-site exhibits.
Hop aboard and enjoy views of San Francisco from a designated National Historic Landmark cable car. Visitor passports are available, and the Powell and Market station is within walking distance of the hotel.
There’s nothing quite like the atmosphere here, with its balance of adventuresome and laid-back spirit so representative of San Francisco. Explore open-air piers, investigate the Aquarium of the Bay, or simply wander and enjoy people-watching.
The world-famous, raucous sea lion symphony at Pier 39 has been a San Francisco delight since the pinnipeds arrived in 1990. Visit the Sea Lion Center for interactive displays and presentations, and get a sneak peek on the Sea Lion webcam.
This historic transit hub boasts an iconic 245-foot clocktower. Marketplace customers can visit merchants, artisans, local farmers, and world-class culinary professionals to sample local flavors, a Saturday farmers market, and boutique shopping.
Catch a ferry from Pier 33 and take a guided tour of “The Rock.” America’s most infamous federal penitentiary once held notorious gangsters Al “Scarface” Capone and Mickey Cohen, and officials still boast that no prisoner ever escaped its walls.
Home to San Francisco’s beloved baseball team and 1.4 miles away make the Hyatt Regency ideal for catching a game. A panoramic view of the bay, seating for 41,915, and 10,000-square-foot leaderboard give it bragging rights as a must-see baseball park.
San Francisco is known for its cable cars, and the Railway Museum celebrates the city’s rich history of streetcar and the rail system. Railway artifacts, a gift shop, and enthusiastic volunteers make this museum well worth a visit.
Located 40 miles south in Santa Clara, this 68,000-seat multipurpose stadium is home to San Francisco’s professional football team and has hosted NFL championship games, collegiate championships, professional soccer, and concert events.
This internationally acclaimed collection of modern art spans seven stories and has a cafe and bookstore on site. SFMOMA’s permanent collection houses contemporary artists Calder, Matisse, and Picasso. Special exhibitions and events occur year-round.
This peaceful Marin County town is easy to reach by ferry or car. You’ll find countless opportunities for scenic walks, cycling, picnicking, and water activities. Fine dining and boutique shopping round out the relaxing, rejuvenating experience.
Whether you reach this town by ferry or by crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, you’ll be delighted by outdoor activities, excellent food, picturesque floating homes, and lovely vistas. P.S. If you can stay for sunset, you won’t be disappointed.
It’s hard to match the sheer beauty of Napa Valley. In addition to visiting renowned wineries, you can soar in a hot-air balloon, enjoy spa treatments, and dine, hike, bike, or sightsee to your heart’s content.
Charm and culture are central to Marin County’s coastal communities, where you’ll find museums of all stripes in addition to art galleries, upscale shopping, delicious dining, and other experiences to engage all your senses.