Price: $200/350.00 per night

Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf is an ideal location to call home while in the “City by The Bay” and is a premiere San Francisco luxury hotel. It’s within pushing distance or a short walk to dozens of main attractions along the Wharf & Pier 39, including the delicious fare at Ghirardelli Square. Nob Hill, Chinatown, Alcatraz and the Golden Gate Bridge are just minutes away, and seeing the famous Lombard Street, or a visit to Union Square and North Beach are a short ride on public transport or in a taxi.

They have 13 accessible rooms (ADA) which are all generous in spacing and can easily accommodate powered wheelchairs. All the features of each room & bathroom are well within reach and usable:

King Bed w Roll-In Shower (7)

King Bed w ADA Bath Tub (2)

Two Full-Beds w Roll-In Shower (2)

Two Full-Beds w ADA Bath Tub (2)

The property is larger than most hotels in the area and very resort-like. Getting from the lobby elevators to the room is a little tricky using a wheelchair, but the ramps and infrastructure are all well-designed and up-to-date. The stylish and modern lobby provides a very comfortable space to spend time in, and the on-site Starbucks along with Knuckles Bar & Grill allows for extra convenience. An attached conference center makes it an ideal location for business travelers or weddings, and those coming for leisure won’t be disappointed with the heated pool and hot-tub, both with newly installed chair-lifts.

Comfort: 5

Quality: 5

Convenience: 5

Experience all San Francisco has to offer from this Fisherman’s Wharf hotel landmark. It’s a favorite choice hotel, featuring a stunning event space, superlative catering and an attentive, welcoming staff. Make your reservation at Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco’s top accommodation, today!


Directly: Knuckles Bar & Grill, Starbucks, Hollywood Cafe, Trader Joe’s, Budget Rent A Car

Trek-Tags: Deluxe, Contemporary, Relaxed, Weddings, Conferences High-End

Parking: Valet $50/night

Pool (with lift) Hot-Tub (with lift) Conference Center Very Central

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