Hotel Review: Grand Hyatt San Francisco Executive Suite


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On a recent trip to San Francisco, I decided to stay at the Grand Hyatt San Franciscolocated in the heart of Union Square, which is a Hyatt Category 5 property, which will run you 20,000 Hyatt Gold Passport Points per night.

However, as I had some Diamond Suite upgrades to use this year, I chose their Points + Cash rate of $125 plus 10,000 points per night, and was able to confirm an upgrade to an Executive Suite.

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Guest reception features an open space with several iMacs where hosts are able to check you in.

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Living room of the Executive Suite featured a sofa, desk, and decent views of the city, as well as a 2nd full bathroom.

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Master bedroom featured a king bed.

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Master bathroom had a single vanity and a walk-in shower.

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Located on the 32nd floor is the hotel’s Grand Club serving continental breakfast each morning, evening hors d’oeuvres and an honor bar.

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The Grand Club featured an assortment of beverages all day as well as a few snack items.

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32nd floor Grand Club

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32nd floor Grand Club

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From 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. each night, the club features an honor bar with beer, wine, and spirits. There were also an assortment of appetizers including fresh veggies and one hot item each evening.

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For breakfast one morning, we decided to head down to the hotel’s main restaurant OneUP, located on the mezzanine level. It featured a nice buffet selection as well as the option to order off the menu.

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OneUP breakfast spread

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OneUP breakfast spread

Bottom Line

Overall I had a nice stay at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco and would return on a future visit to the city. The location is centrally located in the heart of Union Square and easy to get around to the other neighborhoods.

If you’re a Hyatt Diamond member, you’ll be pleased with the Grand Club, however note it can get quite busy their during the mornings as well as the evenings.

Have you stayed at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco before? Feel free to share your thoughts below!

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