Monday, November 12, 2012

Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf Completes Renovation of Hotel's Meeting Space

Inspired by its location in San Francisco’s #1 destination, Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf has just completed a comprehensive one million dollar renovation of the hotel’s 19,000+ square feet of function space. 

According to General Manager Matt Humphreys, “We are very pleased with the outcome of our recent renovation and the reaction from clients has been overwhelmingly positive.”  He continues, “The new d├ęcor was designed to reflect the hotel’s proximity to San Francisco’s most popular destination along the Waterfront in Fisherman’s Wharf.  As a result, the colors, images and furnishings are reminiscent of the San Francisco Bay, the fishermen community and the merchants along Fisherman’s Wharf.”

While incorporating the silver shimmer off the water’s surface and the netting used for fishing, along with the beige brown color of the sand, the new meeting space showcases a contemporary, pleasant look and feel.   Designed by Chicago’s Simeone Deary Design Group, the renovation includes new fireplaces, custom hand blown glass chandeliers, shimmering fountain and wall sconces, as well as a cozy area that serves as a quiet workplace or for convenient, one-on-one networking.  Additionally, the lounge provides additional power outlets for mobile devices and lap tops.
For planners interested in inquiring about availability, please contact Director of Sales and Marketing, Marianne Milton at (415) 486-4415 or