Grand Hyatt SFO Welcomes First Guests

The first only “on-airport” hotel at San Francisco International Airport is now open and welcoming guests. The property is worth $237 million and marketed as a “luxury hotel”, boasts 351 guestrooms and 22 suites. It takes up 4.2-acres. Features of this property include an event and meeting space, two restaurant options, and an art acquisition that was created especially for the hotel by the San Francisco Arts Commission. The property has direct connections to airport terminals and its own AirTrain station. This opening is part of Hyatt’s plan to expand on the West Coast and is planning to open 40 hotels in not only the state of California but Washington and Oregon by the end of 2021. Henning Nopper, General Manager, Grand Hyatt at SFO, says, “we are thrilled to open the doors to Grand Hyatt at SFO and welcome our international guests, visitors to SFO and local friends … the completion of this hotel, an iconic addition to our Grand Hyatt brand, is a culmination of many years of hard work and planning by Hyatt, San Francisco International Airport, the great City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco Arts Commission, and many more supporters.”
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