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Grand Hyatt at SFO to Offer On-Site Airport Access, Day Rates and More

Travelers flying in and out of San Francisco International Airport will soon have a new way to enjoy a layover or overnight stay.

Opening this October, $237 million Grand Hyatt at SFO will be located on-site at the airport and will be directly connected to all terminals with its very own dedicated AirTrain station. Guests will be able to step off the AirTrain and into the lobby featuring expansive views of the airport and tons of natural light.

Along with offering traditional overnight stays, those stuck enduring extended layovers will be able to take advantage of day rates that will include accommodations and fitness center access.

“Grand Hyatt at SFO gives us the opportunity to not only offer a captivating first-class destination for the city of San Francisco, but also an elevated experience that is truly unrivaled for the air traveler arriving at SFO, whether their stay is overnight, for the duration of a layover, or an extended visit. With the support of our colleagues, Grand Hyatt at SFO will offer a welcoming service that creates moments of more for our guests, city and global visitors.”

Henning Nopper, General Manger

Spanning 4.2 acres, the Grand Hyatt at SFO will feature 351 rooms, 22 suites and 14,425 square feet of meeting and event space. Guest rooms will feature soundproof floor-to-ceiling windows. Hotel amenities will cater to both business and leisure travelers including multifunctional Twin Crafts Market & Bar for both dining-in and on-the-go travelers, and Quail & Crane, the signature three-meal restaurant with views of the tarmac. Other amenities include a massage suite, 24-hour StayFit gym with Peloton bicycles, on-demand yoga, jet lag-fighting facials, 24-hour dining and more.

San Francisco-based architect Hornberger + Worstell and associate ED21 are responsible for the overall design with interiors by two of the city’s internationally acclaimed design firms, BraytonHughes Design Studios and RoseBernard Studio. BraytonHughes is designing the lobby, guestrooms, public areas and meeting spaces, while RoseBernard is spearheading the three-meal restaurant Quail & Crane, Twin Crafts Market & Bar and lobby interiors. Each bold and vibrant design element will come together to help establish Grand Hyatt at SFO as the stunning new showpiece of San Francisco International Airport.

Grand Hyatt at SFO is now accepting reservations for October 1, 2019 and beyond.

For more information, visit: grandhyattatsfo.com

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