A Tale of Two Hyatt Regencys: Los Angeles and San Francisco International Airports – Hotel Review

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Hyatt Regency SFO Atrium

Hyatt Regency SFO Atrium


When I opened the door to my room at the Hyatt Regency LAX, my first thought was, “Wow, is this really a Hyatt Regency?” I immediately felt at home thanks to the mid-century modern furnishings in my standard room. It was done in earth tones with strategically placed eye-popping yellow accents that included the chairs, pillows on the sofa, trays, and accessories on the dresser. Just the way I like it.

My Regency Club room at the San Francisco property was on the Regency Club floor and was more traditional. Also done in earth tones, it was tasteful although somewhat more Spartan (the wall opposite the bed could have used something in addition to the lone flat screen for visual relief). My room faced the airport so I did have a view – other rooms faced the hotel’s central courtyard, which contained just about everything from restaurants to bars to the reception area.


The glass-topped writing desk at the San Francisco property was paired with a non-ergonomic but reasonably comfortable desk chair and was generously sized.

Author's room, Hyatt Regency LAX

Author’s room, Hyatt Regency LAX

There was no desk at the LAX Regency but the room had a round table paired with two yellow armchairs. While the chairs were comfortable, it was not the best work environment if one were writing a novel but it made do for short e-mails as I was not really in writing mode during my stay.

Internet at both properties was fast and complimentary.

The SFO property provides 60,000 square feet (5,574 square meters) of meeting space including the Grand Peninsula ballroom, which can comfortably accommodate 2,200 people theater style. The property has two smaller ballrooms as well as a variety of smaller rooms for meetings, events, and private dinners.

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