Located on the Embarcadero waterfront, Hyatt Regency San Francisco offers easy access to many exciting San Francisco attractions. Enjoy shopping at Union Square and Embarcadero Center. Explore the museums and attractions in Golden Gate Park. And don't forget to check out the city’s top landmarks, like the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Alcatraz.
Explore an aquarium, planetarium, natural history museum, and four-story rainforest under one roof. Every Thursday night, music, creatures and cocktails come together for guests’ ages 21+ at NightLife with new DJs and themes.
Located in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District on the corner of Battery and Clay. The recently renovated cinema features seven auditoriums with reserved, leather-style seating, four screening lounges with luxury recliners, hearing loop, and a wine & beer lounge, with special comfortable seating area.
Conveniently located across from the Hyatt Regency San Francisco at the foot of Market Street is the iconic San Francisco Ferry Building. It is the center of a transit hub that connects all of San Francisco's neighborhoods and the surrounding bay communities.
Visiting Golden Gate Bridge is a must-see, must-do activity when visiting San Francisco. Drive, bike or walk across the iconic suspension bridge, reaching a height of 746 feet above the water, for amazing views of the Bay Area. Enjoy lunch at the Bridge Café, visit the Bridge Pavilion, and take amazing photos.
From Ghirardelli Square to Pier 39, Fisherman’s Wharf is a waterfront marketplace on the Bay with restaurants, shops, events and entertainment on San Francisco Bay. See the playful California sea lions who live on floating docks adjacent to the marina.
Some of the famous eateries at Embarcadero Center include Boudin Sourdough Bakery & Cafes, Osha Thai, Kara's Cupcakes, Buckhorn Grill and Crystal Jade, the first US flagship location of one of the best Chinese chain restaurants in Asia.
One of the top attractions in San Francisco, PIER 39 includes popular seafood restaurants, food stands, street performers, live music, and fun attractions like the Aquarium of the Bay. Take in magnificent views of the Bay while dining on the second level and check out the sea lions basking in the sun.
This National Historic Landmark dates from 1864, when it served as a factory making Civil War uniforms, but is best known as the former chocolate and spice factory of Domingo Ghirardelli. The factory has since been converted into a three-level mall with more than 34 stores and 11 eateries.
At the SF Maritime National Historical Park, the Maritime Museum is filled with sailing and fishing lore, including a collection of shipwreck photographs and historic marine scenes. Beautifully carved, brightly painted wooden figureheads from old windjammers line the walls.
55,000-sq-ft facility with the latest fitness equipment overlooking the beautiful bay views. There is a 25m lap pool and an activity pool for the little ones and older folks to work their joints. Enjoy weekly group exercise classes, a quiet stretch room or step on to the full court basketball court.
The oldest building in Golden Gate Park, the Conservatory is home to over 1,700 aquatic and tropical plants. One of the most renowned attractions is the 100-year old giant Imperial philodendron, an extraordinary collection of orchids, carnivorous plants and giant water lilies.
Opened August 2014, Levi’s® Stadium is the new home of the Bay Area's professional football team: the San Francisco 49ers. The stadium features a "green" roof atop the suite tower, a museum, and three solar bridges. Tour the locker rooms or cheer on the team on game day.
Based in Oakland, CA, the Bay Area's professional basketball team, and 2015 and 2017 NBA Champion Golden State Warriors, are one of the original franchises in basketball. Join in on the excitement at Oracle Arena, where they take on heated rivals.
Head out to either of this Bay Area ballpark and enjoy the ultimate American pastime by watching the San Francisco Giants professional baseball team. Just hop on BART or Caltrain and you’ll be singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" and eating hotdogs in no time.
Head out to this Bay Area ballpark and enjoy the ultimate American pastime by watching the Oakland Athletics professional baseball team. Just hop on BART or Caltrain and you’ll be singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" and eating hotdogs in no time.