Grand Hyatt at San Francisco Airport Opens Doors to Guests

By Anna Breuer on 7 October 2019
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Hyatt Hotels announced on Monday the opening of the Grand Hyatt at San Francisco International Airport.

“We are thrilled to open the doors to Grand Hyatt at SFO and welcome our international guests,” said Henning Nopper, the hotel’s general manager. “The completion of this hotel, an iconic addition to our Grand Hyatt brand, is a culmination of many years of hard work and planning.”

The 12-story hotel replaces the 1959 Hilton Inn at SFO, which was known for its digital clock tower that loomed over Highway 101.  That hotel closed in 1998 to make room for new freeway exit ramps. The new Grand Hyatt is located next to the International Terminal and has its own AirTrain station that leads directly to the fourth floor lobby.  It looks out on the large apron area behind the International Terminal, offering views of aircraft taking off, landing, and taxiing.

The new Grand Hyatt offers day rooms, massage treatments, a yoga studio, and a fitness center.  Guest rooms feature a modern décor with floor-to-ceiling soundproofed windows.

BraytonHughes Design Studios was responsible for the hotel’s lobby, guest rooms, public areas, and meeting spaces, while RoseBernard Studio designed the restaurants including Quail and Crane and the Twin Crafts Market and Bar.

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