Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SoMa has opened following a $70 million USD renovation.
Previously known as Park Central San Francisco, the property is centrally located in the South of Market (SoMa) district.
A multifunctional hotel offering some of the most expansive views of the city and the Bay, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown has 686 guestrooms, 20 executive corner suites and two presidential suites, all of which underwent an extensive redesign.
A relaxing, neutral palette of grey, cream and wood gives the guestrooms an intuitive, residential look. Large, renovated bathrooms are finished with glazed black and white brick tiles and marble-like floors, custom vanities, lit mirrors and a selection of San Francisco-based Pharmacopia luxury bath and body products.
All guestrooms and suites have 55-inch smart TVs equipped with live streaming, a technology hub with multi-ports for USB-wireless charging, and a refrigerator. Wi-Fi, electronic safes sized for laptops and complimentary Starbucks coffee, espresso and tea are provided.
The renovation also included upgrading and enhancing the fitness studio with state-of-the-art gym equipment and Peloton bikes and refreshing the property’s 30,000 square feet of meeting and event space. A full-service lobby bar, gourmet grab-and-go marketplace, a chef-driven restaurant, and a new Regency Club are slated to open in Spring 2022.
Inspired by its location in the heart of San Francisco’s Arts District, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SoMa formed an exclusive multi-faceted collaboration with the Academy of Art University, the city’s leading art school.
Working closely with BHDM Design and the university, the hotel has commissioned artwork from select students and alumni in a variety of mediums, including sculpture, digital motion graphics, photography, mixed media, painting, drawing, and landscape architecture.
The commissioned artwork will be displayed throughout the hotel’s ground floor public spaces, including the new lobby bar and restaurant, garden bar and lounge, grab-and-go marketplace, workstations, and the new Regency Club.
The hotel’s 20 executive suites and two presidential suites will also display framed artwork, headboard art and sculptures throughout the rooms.
Additionally, the hotel’s meeting and event spaces will feature large-scale commissioned pieces.