Hyatt Centric: A Top Choice in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf

Of all your hotel choices in San Francisco, make sure to include the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf. After all, don’t you want an upscale hotel that’s close to many of the City’s most famous attractions? Not only are you close to ferries to Alcatraz Island and Pier 39, but also the iconic Coit Tower and …

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Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco

Of all your hotel choices in San Francisco, make sure to include the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf. After all, don’t you want an upscale hotel that’s close to many of the City’s most famous attractions? Not only are you close to ferries to Alcatraz Island and Pier 39, but also the iconic Coit Tower and the Ferry Building are within your reach. Coupled with an efficient public transportation and prime hotel amenities, it’s a phenomenal choice.  This is particularly true if you’re looking for impressive San Francisco hotel over the holiday season. Thus, without any further delay, learn why the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf needs to be on your radar in San Francisco.

Lobby inside Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf
Lobby (credit: Randy Yagi)

Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco

555 North Point St.
San Francisco, CA  94133
(415) 563-1234

About Hyatt Centric Hotels

Hyatt Centric Hotels is a vital part of the extensive collection of Hyatt Hotels. Also among the portfolio of Hyatt Hotels and Resorts are Alila, Andaz, Hyatt Regency, JdV by Hyatt, Miraval and Thompson Hotels. Hyatt Centric was established in early 2015 and is known as a full-service lifestyle brand for business and leisure travelers. Today, there are over 50 Hyatt Centric hotels worldwide, including in New York, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Madrid, Mumbai, Tokyo and Venice, Italy.

Fisherman's Wharf sign in San Francisco
Fisherman’s Wharf (credit: Randy Yagi)

San Francisco Location

The four-star Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco is in the lively Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood. Its location allows you easy access to many of San Francisco’s top attractions. For instance, the world-famous crab stands in the heart of Fisherman’s Wharf is just two blocks away. In addition, you are within a short walking distance from ferry boats to Alcatraz Island and Pier 39. Of course, there other neighborhood attractions, like Ghirardelli Square and Madame Tussauds.

How to Get to the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf

More than likely, you’ll be taking the Embarcadero, a scenic stretch of road with views of the San Francisco Bay. However, it really depends upon which way you are driving. Nevertheless, the Embarcadero is the least confusing route if you’re unfamiliar with San Francisco. While you will be passing by some stop lights, simply stay on the Embarcadero until you reach North Point Street. After turning on North Point Street, it’s a half mile to the Hyatt Centric and will be on your left.


The Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf offers valet parking for a nightly fee of $65 or $75 if you have an oversized vehicle. In addition, there are public parking garages that are within a block or two.

Public Transportation

If you prefer to use public transportation, you’ll be happy to know it’s easy to get around from the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf. For example, you can take the BART train from SFO and ride all the way to Market Street in downtown San Francisco. From the Powell Street station, you can then transfer to San Francisco Muni’s F streetcar to Fisherman’s Wharf. Once in Fisherman’s Wharf, you can get off at either Jones and Beach or Beach and Mason. Either stop is just a short walk to your hotel. In addition, there are two cable car routes that serve Fisherman’s Wharf. Of the two, the Powell-Mason cable car is just one block from your hotel.

Partial view of a King Bedroom
King Bedroom (credit: Randy Yagi)


Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf is one of the largest hotels in this popular San Francisco neighborhood. In all, there are 316 rooms, including three suites or parlors. Among those are 139 king bedrooms and 162 rooms with double beds. In addition, 12 guestrooms are fully accessible. Rooms sizes range from 280 square feet for an ADA accessible queen room to 632 square feet for an executive suite. Aside from your room category, you can further choose a room with a city, pool, courtyard or street view.

Room Amenities

Among the many fine amenities are complimentary Wi-Fi, at least a 47 inch HDTV with a Chromecast option, a mini-refrigerator and Keurig coffeemaker. In addition, there is a media hub with a charging station, laptop compatible safe, a Hyatt Grand bed with nice linens and comfy pillows. Of course, you will also enjoy a luxurious bathroom and enhanced lighting, branded robes and more. That’s not to mention the premium bath products at your disposal. Please note that there is a daily Destination Fee of $35 per night.

What’s Included in the Daily Destination Fee?

Like the majority of 4 and 5-star hotels in San Francisco, the Hyatt Centric charges a daily destination fee. As you may guess, this fee covers several conveniences during your stay. For instance, you’ll have premium Wi-Fi, daily bottled water and even bike rentals with a guided tour. That’s to say nothing of the use of the Business Center and discounts towards Fisherman’s Wharf attractions. In this case, there are discounts to the Aquarium of the Bay at Pier 39, Big Bus sightseeing deluxe tickets and much more.

Hotel Accessibility

As part of its commitment to provide equal access to all its guests, the Hyatt Centric has many accessible features. In more detail this includes accessible parking, accessible guestrooms and accessible hotel areas. This includes, the lobby, public restrooms, restaurants, fitness center and swimming pool. In addition, the hotel offers accessible services for guestrooms and meetings. For example, accessible guest rooms with mobility features have 32 inch wide doorways, as well as accessible features in the bathroom.

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Pet Friendly

If you have a pet, you can bring one along as the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf is pet friendly. But in case you want to bring your dog along for your trip, you should contact the hotel in advance. The pet fee is $100 for up to six nights. If you have longer stay of seven to 30 nights, it’s $100 plus an additional $100 deep cleaning fee. Please note that you can bring up to two pets with a maximum weight of 50 pounds of 75 pounds combined.

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Current Hotel Offers


Brick & Bream bar and restaurant at Hyatt Centric
Brick & Bream (credit: Randy Yagi)


The Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf has a dining area that’s open for breakfast and dinner, in addition to an onsite convenience store. For breakfast, you can dine at The Wardroom, open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Among the menu items are SF sourdough French toast, garden omelet and breakfast sandwiches. There are also buffet options as well as an assortment of beverages and side dishes. For dinner and drinks, you’ll want to head over to Brick & Bream open nightly beginning at 5 p.m. Brick & Bream features a full bar and menu, with items like appetizers, salads, sandwiches and exceptional entrees. If you need a few items to grab and go, visit the 24-hour Market for coffee, pastries, yogurt and more.

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Pool and hot tub at the Hyatt Centric
Pool and Hot Tub (credit: Randy Yagi)


One feature you might not see in most San Francisco hotels is a swimming pool. In fact, only a small portion of hotels in the City by the Bay have a swimming pool. Therefore, if you’re a lap swimmer or just looking to cool off, the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf is a smart choice. Complimentary the lap-size pool are several lounge chairs and a soothing hot tub.

Fitness Center

While there is plenty to see and do in San Francisco and especially Fisherman’s Wharf, you can also use the fitness center. Open 24 hours daily, the fitness center is on the fourth floor and has all the exercise equipment you would come to expect. In case you visit, you’ll find elliptical trainers, treadmills and stationary bikes. Of course, you can take advantage of a full set of free weights, floor mats, exercise balls and resistance bands. Additionally, hand towels are provided as water as a water station. If that’s not enough, you can even order an in-room yoga class and watch it on your room’s TV.

Conference/Meeting Space

The Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf is a great spot to host your business meeting or any social occasion. In fact, there is nearly 20,000 square feet of functional space, including the 6,696-square foot North Point Lounge. While the North Point Lounge has a maximum guest capacity of 225, there are other options. For example, the 3,290 square foot Presidio Ballroom has a capacity of up to 300 guests and 11 other meeting rooms. Of course, the hotel can also provide AV equipment, wireless and more.

Additional Hotel Services

Aside from valet parking and housekeeping, you have other hotel services to enhance your stay. This includes a concierge service to help you plan on activities, entertainment, more dining suggestions and more. Also onsite is a 24-hour automated business center, laundry and dry cleaning services and vending and ice machines. That’s not to mention that you’ll also appreciate that special touch of hospitality that Hyatt Hotels is known for worldwide. If you prefer to launder on your own, they have you covered. That’s because you can find washers and dryers on floors 3, 4 and 5

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About The Author

Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who served as the National Travel Writer for CBS from 2012-2019. More than 900 of his stories still appear in syndication across 23 CBS websites, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. During his peak years with CBS, Randy had a reported digital audience reach of 489 million and 5.5 million monthly visitors. Additionally, his stories have appeared in the Daily Meal, CBS News, CBS Radio, Engadget,, and He earned a Media Fellowship from Stanford University in 2012.