We pricelined the Grand Hyatt close to Union Square in San Francisco for $90. Including the taxes and other fees, it came to $110. The Hyatt offers valet parking for $49, but we opted for the $30 parking underneath Union Square, ½ a block away.
The Hyatt has a very nice lobby, and the checkin was very quick. The good-sized room had a beautiful view out towards the Bay, but there was no patio. The hotel room was nice, but the bathroom was definitely showing signs of wear. The wallpaper was peeling up ins several places, the caulking around the shower needed to be redone, and it was obvious that the room hadn’t been overhauled for a while.
There was no free wi-fi – it was $30 to buy the “business package” which included it. The room was mostly quiet at night, although there was a lot of strange creaking coming from the building – and we were only half way up the hotel, and it wasn’t that windy.
There is no swimming pool. We checked out the restaurant for breakfast on the top floor in the morning – the view was beautiful, but the prices were a little high (and surprisingly the same cost as room service). Instead we went to Lori’s Diner, just round the corner.