Hyatt Regency San Francisco

Hyatt Regency San Francisco is a hotel located at the foot of Market Street and The Embarcadero in the financial district of San Francisco, California. The hotel is a part of the Embarcadero Center development by Trammell Crow, David Rockefeller and John Portman.

The building was sold by its owner, Strategic Hotel Capital LLC,, in January 2007 for close to US$200 million to Dune Capital Management and DiNapoli Capital Partners – roughly $250,000 for each of the hotel's 802 rooms.

The Regency Club Lounge was once the Equinox, a rooftop revolving restaurant, but is now a stationary elite club for certain hotel guests offering 360-degree views of the city and the bay.

In Popular Culture

The Hotel was featured extensively in the 1977 Mel Brook's Comedy High Anxiety. Also the Regency's atrium elevators doubled as those for the Glass Tower in 1974's The Towering Inferno.

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