• San Francisco Int’l Airport – 14 miles / 25 mins
• Oakland Int’l Airport – 20 miles / 30 mins
San Francisco Hotel Shuttle Service & Transportation
Visitors seeking shuttle service and transportation to Hyatt Regency San Francisco and around the city have a variety of options, from taxi service and limousines to airport shuttles and public transportation. Our Concierge will be more than happy to assist you with hotel shuttle transportation options to or from Bay Area airports, attractions like Union Square and other San Francisco destinations.
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
From San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
$8.65 each way - Exit at Embarcadero From San Francisco International Airport (SFO): Any San Francisco bound (north bound) train will stop at "Embarcadero Station" and use the Drumm Street exit. Hotel is located directly outside the station. Trains are available every 15 - 20 minutes.
From Oakland International Airport (OAK)
$10.05 one way. The Oakland Airport BART station is located across from the Terminal 1 baggage claim area and a short walk from Terminal 2. Then board a San Francisco/Daly City-bound train to Embarcadero Station. Use the Drumm Street exit and hote is located directly outside the station. BART runs every 15 to 20 minutes.
Hours from Embarcadero Station:
Mon to Fri - 4:23a.m. - 12:26a.m.
Saturday - 6:00a.m. - 12:26a.m.
Sunday/Holiday - 8:00a.m. - 12:26a.m.
Limousines & Town Cars
Rentals available through Grand Limousine, Inc. .
+1 (650) 588-8333
San Francisco Lorries Shuttle
Operates 4:00a.m. - 11:30p.m., seven days a week. Door to door service between SFO Airport and Hyatt. Price is $17 one way per person. At the airport, look for the White and Green Vans with lettering that says Go Lorrie's at the shuttle pickup area. For information call 415-334-9000. Reservations are required for transportation from the hotel to the airport.
San Francisco is made up of 49 square miles of long boulevards, curvy streets, hidden alleyways and lots of hills. But have no fear: follow these tips, along with some of our app recommendations
, and you’ll be the transportation hero of your San Francisco adventure.
You'll find zipping around the city without a car is not only easy and affordable, it's actually more convenient 99% of the time (driving in the city and searching for parking is the stuff nightmares are made of). All details on public transportation, ridesharing and taxi cabs are below.
Getting Around San Francisco
San Francisco Super Shuttle Van Service
Operates 24 hours/seven days a week. Door to door service between San Francisco and the SFO Airport. From the Airport, go to the upper level (median strip or courtesy island) and look for the blue and yellow van. Price is $17 one way per person. Call 1 800 258 3826 or contact our concierge desk for further details.
MUNI/San Francisco Municipal operates buses, trains, cable cars & the F-line heritage streetcar. The MUNI buses remain above ground while MUNI metro runs on rails and sometimes go underground. Bus stops come in many forms; small bus shelters, yellow paint on street poles, and white paint on streets. Metro stops can be found on an island in the middle of the street and stations. Using the Metro Map, find the nearest metro to your locations.
Tips: For all MUNI times and buses you can go online to http://www.511.org/ or you can call 511. In addition to this there are also many different smartphone apps that provide maps, routes, and times.
Cable Cars and street cars are San Francisco’s historical cars and run along cables that are affixed to the street. Cable Cars are located downtown and run on three lines; Powell-Hyde, Powell-Mason, and California St. The F-Line Street Car runs up and down Market St. all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf. For these, you may pay the conductor on board or purchase tickets at multiple locations.
Uber and Lyft are car services operated by San Francisco locals. You must first download the app, register, and set-up a credit card payment system. With Lyft, you can request a private car service, or use the shared car service called “Lyft Line”. This is useful when travelling with another person because you get a shared discounted rate. Uber has a similar service called “Uber Pool” with rides running at a flat rate of $7. To use any of these services, set a pick-up location and end destination and within minutes, you will be matched with a driver. Make sure to communicate with your driver; call, text, or wave down their car. Get more ride sharing tips.
As is customary in most U.S. cities, visitors may hail a taxi directly or use a smart phone app. Taxis from the airport to the hotel range from $40 - $45 USD.
If you are staying for more than one day, Visitor Passports and CityPASS are useful because they provide unlimited rides on Muni, Muni Metro, historic streetcars, and cable cars. There are multiple locations throughout the city where you may purchase tickets and day passes, including the San Francisco Travel VIsitor Information Center, where the VIC staff and volunteers curate the San Francisco experience, providing one-on-one interaction with visitors from arounf the world.
Single Ride MUNI Bus/train: $2.25
Single Ride Cable Car Ticket: $7.00
1-Day Visitor Passport: $20.00
3-Day Visitor Passport: $31.00
7-Day Visitor Passport: $40.00
Adult CityPASS: $94.00
Children ages 5-11 CityPASS: $69.00
BART costs vary by distance; sample fares as of Summer 2016:
SFO - SF downtown: roundtrip $17.90, one way $8.95
OAK – SF downtown: roundtrip $20.40, one way $10.20
Ride Sharing (like Uber and Lyft) is typically under $15 for most trips around the city
Taxi Cabs are typically under $20 for most trips around the city.
If you are using public transit as your main mode of travel, as it should be, then the Clipper Card is an easy and fast way to use the various modes of transportation. Purchasing this pre-loaded card will give you access to all Bay Area transportation such as Bart, Muni buses, Muni Metro, and Cable Car. When you board, hold the card over a scanner and listen for the beep. Cards can be bought at multiple locations and re-filled at BART Stations.
Price: $70 per person from SFO, $90 per person from OAK. Green/white vans with silver letters
Hours: 6:00a.m. - 10:00p.m. except Thanksgiving and Christmas days.
For reservations, call 415-467-1800 or contact our concierge desk.