Great America package offered by Hyatt Regency Santa Clara

Hyatt Regency Santa Clara is winding down its summer offerings with the Great America package, which is available through Nov. 2.

Designed for those who want the ultimate in convenience to one of California’s best amusement parks, the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara’s Great America package features a guest room for up to four people; two general admission tickets to Great America*; one kid’s welcome pack upon check in; complimentary guest parking; and late 2 p.m. check out.

The special rates start at only $159.  *Additional general admission tickets are available for $40 at the hotel’s front desk.

In addition to the hotel’s Great America Package, the neighboring amusement park also winds up their 2014 season with the Halloween Haunt from now through Nov. 1.  For more information on Mazes & Scare Zones as well as Live Shows and the Fright Lane, check out deals and full list of activities.

The Great America package is available based on availability. Reservations must be made in advance.  Rates will vary according to dates of travel and certain restrictions apply.

For reservations and additional information, or call (408) 200-1234 or toll free (800) 233-1234 and click on or ask for the “Special Offers.”

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Celebrate Fourth of July at Hyatt Regency in San Francisco

Located on San Francisco’s robust and exciting waterfront, Hyatt Regency San Francisco is the perfect home away from home for the 4th of July festivities and the week that proceeds the grand finale fireworks show on the adjacent waterfront.

To begin, Independence Day holiday revelers will want to check in with the hotel’s “Park and Play” Package, which includes a guest room for up to two people as well as overnight, valet parking.  This package starts at $225 and is Hyatt Regency San Francisco’s most popular package due to the great value of the valet parking inclusion.

Once settled into the convenient-to-all waterfront activities and nearby San Francisco Giants’ AT&T Park, Hyatt Regency San Francisco guests can choose from a variety of holiday happenings and home baseball games. Starting Sunday, June 29, and leading into the city’s holiday preamble, guests of the hotel might want to check out the following options for the week of festivities:

June 29, 2014

 San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park against Cincinnati Reds

 Stern Grove free concert featuring Allen Stone and Yuna. Starts at 2:00 p.m.Bring along a blanket, picnic basket and beverages to enjoy a fun afternoon with hundreds of other live music fans.

 June 30, 2014

 Alcatraz Cruises — enjoy a half day on the notorious prison island, but book tickets early at

 San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park against Cincinnati Reds

 July 1, 2014

 One of the most treasured museums in San Francisco is the de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park and on July 1, visitors enjoy free admission. This fine arts museum has more than 25,000 works of art on display from around the world, including pieces of art from pre-Columbian America to American Art in the 20th Century.

 San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park against St. Louis Cardinals

 July 2, 2014

 Tour Chinatown with a free, self-guided walking tour of the 1.2 mile long neighborhood…the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. For details on the free tour, check out

 San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park against St. Louis Cardinals

 July 3, 2014

 Golden Gate Bridge — free walking tour:  for those that want to learn more about the colorful Golden Gate Bridge, take the two-hour guided tour, led by the San Francisco Public Library. Departing on Thursdays at 11 a.m., no reservations are required. Simply show up at Strauss Statue in the Visitors Plaza on the SF side of the bridge shortly before 11am.

 Planning for a Fourth of July picnic should begin with a visit to the neighboring Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Top picks for the basket include plums, peaches, nectarines, figs and melons. The market also offers a cheese shop, bakery and butcher for ground lamb and beef, tri-tip, London broil and ribs. or

 San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park against St. Louis Cardinals

 July 4, 2014

 Pier 39 celebrates Independence Day with fun for the whole family featuring musical entertainment and activities in the Entrance Plaza. From Noon-3 p.m., Mobility from the U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West performs, followed by Tainted Love from 5-8 p.m. At approximately 9:30 p.m., the City of San Francisco will treat spectators to an elaborate fireworks display over San Francisco Bay. Activities are weather permitting and subject to change without notice.

Beginning at 7:30 p.m., the deck of the National Liberty Ship S.S. Jeremiah O’BrienPier 45, Fisherman’s Wharfoffers one of the best views on the bay to watch the fireworks. Tickets are $30 adults, $20 seniors (62 and over), and $15 children (6-12 years old) and are available at; a $70 ticket option admits two adults and two children. 

 The City of San Francisco’s Fireworks display will illuminate the offshore skies on the northeast waterfront from Aquatic Park down to Pier 39 beginning at approximately 9:30 p.m. Municipal Pier, located at the foot of Van Ness Avenue will be closed to the public, but there are plenty of free viewing locations along the Waterfront.  For more details and additional event information,

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