July 17, 2024


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San Francisco’s 681-room Park Central Resort to develop into a Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Motels will add its third Hyatt Regency site in San Francisco, this 1 a couple of blocks from Union Square.

An affiliate of Hyatt has signed a franchise agreement with the proprietor of San Francisco’s Park Central Resort at 50 Third St. (at Current market St.) that will rebrand the home as the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SoMa in 2022.

The 681-place hotel, which was beforehand a Westin — and ahead of that an ANA hotel — will be the city’s third to have the upscale Hyatt brand. It joins the Hyatt Regency San Francisco in the Economic District around the Embarcadero and the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. It will be the 10th Hyatt-branded resort in the San Francisco place.

Accomplished in 1984, the developing was also identified as Le Meridien and the Argent Lodge.

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Right before the rebranding, Hyatt officials claimed the Park Central will endure a significant renovation setting up next 12 months, which include “a comprehensive redesign of guest rooms, transformation of the assembly and event areas, ground flooring lobby place and food and beverage working experience, as effectively as a relocation and growth of the conditioning center.”

The lodge will continue being open up for the duration of the renovation job, which is expected to final until eventually early 2022.

The Park Central is on Third Street between Market and Mission.

The Park Central is on 3rd Road involving Marketplace and Mission.

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The Park Central is only a block-and-a-fifty percent from the Moscone Heart — considerably closer than the Hyatt Regency San Francisco — which must assistance Hyatt seize a far more major share of company from the conventions and exhibitions marketplace when it sooner or later recovers from the economic outcomes of the pandemic.

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