Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel
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|Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel|
Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel
|Hotel chain||Global Hyatt Corporation|
|Address||One Market Place
San Diego, California
|Owner||Host Hotels & Resorts|
|Height||Tower I: 151.5 m (497 ft)
Tower: II 135.9 m (446 ft)
|Floor count||Tower I: 40
Tower II: 34
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Skidmore, Owings and Merrill|
|Number of rooms||Tower I: 875
Tower II: 750
|Number of restaurants||Sally's Seafood on the Water
Top of the Hyatt
Redfield's Sports Bar / Deli
Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel is a high-rise building in San Diego composed of two towers. The towers are the third and seventh tallest buildings in the city. Developed but no longer owned by San Diego developer, Doug Manchester, the tower is the tallest building on the waterfront on the West Coast, and with 1,625 rooms, it is Southern California's largest hotel. Because of its proximity to the waterfront, as well as its amenities, the Manchester Grand Hyatt is referred to as a spa and resort.
- 1 Description
- 2 Location
- 3 See also
- 4 References
- 5 External links
The Manchester Grand Hyatt consists of two towers, the 40-story Harbor Tower built in 1992 and the 33-story Seaport Tower which was added in 2003. Starting in 2012, all of the guest rooms and suites had a complete renovation when the property was transferred to new ownership. A four-story building with a rooftop pool connects the towers to each other. The hotel's 1,628 guest rooms each have partial water or city views, and many offer panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi Internet access, and iPod docking stations.
The hotel has three bars: the Top of the Hyatt, Redfield's Sports Bar, and the Grand Lobby Bar. The third floor holds the Kin Spa with its private pool and the fourth floor holds the general swimming pool, whirlpools, and sun decks for all guests.
Top of the Hyatt
The 40th and top floor of the Manchester Grand Hyatt is known as the Top of the Hyatt, an upscale bar with panoramic views of San Diego, Coronado Island, and Mexico. The bar was awarded the title of "Best Upscale Bar" by SignOnSanDiego, and is considered, "an unparalleled spot from which to watch the sunset."
Sally's Seafood on the Water
Just a stone crab’s throw from San Diego’s celebrated Gaslamp Quarter and Seaport Village is the charming and sophisticated waterfront eatery Sally’s Seafood on the Water. Delightful, fresh seafood, sophisticated charm and gorgeous panoramic views of San Diego Bay create this institution in Southern California seafood. Open for lunch, happy hour, sunset cocktails, dinner and all-day breakfast on weekends.
Bright, cheerful colors, comfortable seating and views of the garden and marina set the tone for a delightful daily breakfast buffet featuring fresh scrambles, omelets, pastries, crispy bacon and much more.
Redfield's Sports Bar
With seemingly endless Direct TV Sport Channels, your favorite teams are always on and in high def. Join in a lively game of darts or billiards and gnosh on a variety of appetizers, wraps, salads, and small plates like our prime rib sliders and loaded nachos. Plus, Redfield’s has a number of signature drinks, including our locally renowned Bloody Mary and a variety of Mojitos.
From healthy deli-fresh sandwiches and gourmet soups, to ready-made salads, fresh-baked pastries, piping hot Starbucks coffee and espresso beverages, Redfield's Deli has a delicious selection of on-the-go options. Located Lobby Level, Seaport Tower.
Grand Lobby Bar
Sip martinis and cocktails in Grand Style. Meet friends before dinner or after for a night cap. Open for evening cocktails, brews and burgers. Live music every Friday and Saturday nights 8:00PM-10:00PM. Located Lobby Level, Harbor Tower. Hours: Open daily at 3:00PM
Anne Marie's Coffee House
Jump start your day with your favorite hot beverage in this charming coffee house, serving a variety of lattes, blended mochas, espresso, Starbucks Coffee, gelato, pastries, sandwiches and salads. Open at 6:30AM daily. Located behind Harbor Tower, on the bay. Hours: Open daily 6:30AM-2:00PM
Kin Spa is a full service spa and salon with beautiful views of the San Diego Bay and Coronado Island. The spa offers massage, body treatments, facials, hair and nail services for locals and hotel guests alike.
Kin Oasis is the adult-only pool (ages 21 above) located on the third floor of Harbor Tower. The rooftop pool, described as "upscale", includes access for hotel guests and Kin Spa guests and offers seasonal cabana rentals.
Pool Bar and Grill
Sit back and enjoy the sunshine poolside while ordering Fish Tacos, Carne Asada Fries, fresh salads and refreshing cocktails.
In Room Dining
Hours: Sunday - Thursday 6:00AM - 12:00AM Friday - Saturday 6:00AM - 2:00AM
The Hotel has many options to maintain your workout regimen including our 24 hour StayFit Gym with stunning views of the San Diego Bay.
The Manchester Grand Hyatt is located on the Marina’s waterfront, a few blocks away from the Gaslamp Quarter, Seaport Village, as well as the San Diego Convention Center. The San Diego Trolley stops near the hotel which connects to several lines to reach the majority of the San Diego metropolitan area. The hotel is located only 3 miles from the San Diego Airport, less than a mile from Petco Park, an Amtrak train station, and Woodbury University's San Diego campus.
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