Grand Hyatt San Francisco

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Grand Hyatt San Francisco
Grand Hyatt San Francisco.jpg
Hotel chain Hyatt Hotels Corporation
General information
Location United States
Address 345 Stockton Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates 37°47′21″N 122°24′26″W / 37.78911°N 122.40723°W / 37.78911; -122.40723Coordinates: 37°47′21″N 122°24′26″W / 37.78911°N 122.40723°W / 37.78911; -122.40723
Opening 1972
Owner Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Management Hyatt Hotels Corporation
Height 108 m (354 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 42(one as Mezzanine, 4 basements, loading dock)
Design and construction
Architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Other information
Number of rooms 660
Number of suites At least one on 34th Floor
Number of restaurants OneUp Restaurant(Mezzanine level)

The Grand Hyatt San Francisco is a skyscraper hotel located half a block north of Union Square in San Francisco, California. The 36-storey, 660 room 108 m (354 ft) tower was completed in 1972 as the Hyatt on Union Square and renamed the Grand Hyatt San Francisco in 1990.[4]

Ruth Asawa's San Francisco Fountain[edit]

A fountain by Ruth Asawa is located outside the Grand Hyatt. The basin is of bronze, and the fountain as a whole sits at a height of 90 inches and 193 inches in diameter. The fountain is cylindrical, and the basin has a bas-relief with scenes of San Francisco. The basin and the fountain sits in a set of brick stairs. The fountain depicts images of the Cliff House, the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, the Seal of San Francisco, the band Jefferson Airplane, Francis Scott Key, and other San Francisco sights and figures, among other historical figures.[5]

Ruth Asawa's San Francisco Fountain 

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Grand Hyatt San Francisco at Emporis
  2. ^ Grand Hyatt San Francisco at SkyscraperPage
  3. ^ Grand Hyatt San Francisco at Structurae
  4. ^
  5. ^ Ruth Asawa's San Francisco Fountain. Save Outdoor Sculpture, California, San Francisco survey. Smithsonian Institution. 1993. Retrieved 24 January 2012.

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