Set at Embarcadero Center, across from the Ferry Building, the
Hyatt Regency San Francisco kicked off the holiday season with a
host of plans and packages.
Clients looking for last-minute gifts can book Hyatt’s Holiday
Shopping Package, featuring deluxe accommodations for one night,
free valet parking, two-for-one breakfast in the Eclipse Cafe, two
passes for Embarcadero Center’s ice skating rink, Macy’s Union
Square discount booklet and discount vouchers for stores at
Embarcadero Center. Starting at $209, this package is valid through
Additionally, the hotel is offering two New Year’s Eve packages,
which feature the Hyatt Regency San Francisco’s grand finale to the
The “Crystal Ball” New Year’s Eve bash one of Northern
California’s largest celebrations features multiple stages of live
entertainment, including KISS Radio’s Michael Erickson’s Record
Dance Party and Light Show; a Motown dance party with Pride &
Joy, a popular local R&B band; “Jerry’s Jazz Club” with a
sultry Latin trio; disco room dance party; and comedy from Last
Comic Standing’s Chris Voth, as well as comedians Gary Cannon, Lee
Levine and Steve Mazan. Other activities will include fortune
telling, taro card readings and psychics.
Admission for the “Crystal Ball” is $125 per person, including
two drink coupons; VIP upgrades are an additional $50 and include
entrance to the rooftop Sky Lounge and VIP Lounge. Dinner options
are available in the hotel’s Garden Room (dinner buffet for $45 per
person) and revolving Equinox Restaurant (6 p.m. seating for
three-course prix fix dinner with one glass of champagne for $90
Clients can also opt for the Sky Lounge package, which includes
deluxe accommodations, two tickets to the Crystal Ball, two drink
tickets per person, with exclusive access to the VIP Lounge and the
rooftop Sky Lounge and breakfast buffet for two on New Year’s Day.
The package is priced at $694-$749, depending on room type. The
more modest VIP package includes all of the above, with the
exception of access to the Sky Lounge and is priced at $644-$699.
Additional nights for the evenings of Dec. 30 or Jan. 1 are $89
with the purchase of one of the two New Year’s Eve packages.
For a calmer setting, Hyatt Regency’s 13 Views introduced a “new
fashioned” contemporary tea service for the holidays.
Patrons can choose from a selection of assorted flavored coffees,
cappuccinos, lattes and teas, while food items include California
rolls, dim sum, assorted pastries and chocolate-covered fruit. Tea
will be served daily through December 23 from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. for $24
per person with children 12 and under half price.
In addition to the holiday packages and menus, Hyatt is
showcasing special entertainment options throughout the season.
The hotel has been illuminated with over 300,000 lights, which
cascade down the hotel’s 17-story atrium lobby near a 45-foot tree.
Additionally, Hyatt Regency’s renowned Snow Village will once again
be the centerpiece for the season, complementing the hotel’s
40-foot high Eclipse geodesic sphere and reflecting pool. The
display features more than 3,000 handcrafted ceramic collectible
pieces, including musical carousels, ice skating rinks, ski slopes,
gondolas, chalets, trains and many more limited edition pieces.