Hyatt Hotels Corporation is thrilled to announce Grand Hyatt at San Francisco International Airport is now open and ready to welcome guests. Being the only on-airport hotel at San Francisco International Airport, travelers looking to stay within easy reach of the airport now has a fantastic option that offers a total of 351 guestrooms, including 22 suites.
As a matter of fact, Grand Hyatt at SFO is connected directly to all the airport terminals with its own newly constructed AirTrain station. This makes Grand Hyatt at SFO incredibly accessible to both business and leisure travelers alike.
Its excellent location is not all the newly opened hotel has to offer. Grand Hyatt at SFO also boasts a whopping 14,435 square feet of well-appointed meeting and event space, in addition to offering visitors two distinct culinary concepts, and a state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center. Those looking to unwind and rejuvenate before or after their flight can also enjoy an assortment of on-demand treatments such as facials, massages and body treatments at the on-site massage suite.
The property also features an impressive art collection specially curated by the San Francisco Arts Commission.
The hotel's lobby fills with natural light and offers expansive views of the San Francisco airport and hills beyond. Guests can relax, enjoy a drink or even work at the communal tables that overlook the airfield. But of course, all soundproofed guestrooms of Grand Hyatt at SFO are light-filed, complete with soothing bespoke interiors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and modern, luxury amenities.
Environmentally-conscious travelers will be pleased to know properties in the Grand Hyatt umbrella are working to limit single-use plastics. Like what Marriott is doing, Grand Hyatt at SFO will offer guests large-format bath amenities.
To cater to guests who need a temporary place to stay, Grand Hyatt at SFO also offers day-use rooms - perfect for those dealing with fly-in, fly-out conferences and daytime layovers. In case you were wondering, the day-use rates begin from $125 for access to guestrooms for six hours, between 8am and 8pm.