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Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco: I Hate Suite Reviewing

The Hyatt Centric Fishermans Wharf San Francisco Hotel Review is part of the reason I want to quit blogging South America & Africa Points Heist Trip Report.


Getting There: I didn’t find a better option than Uber.


Exhausted after my second flight on Virgin from LHR-SFO, I arrived in San Francisco right on time for the Halloween party. Instead of going out as I had planned, I checked into the room and passed out in preparation for my Alcatraz tour. Before doing this, I had to take pictures of yet another hotel room. As I alluded to above, I was over the responsibilities of blogging and just wanted some sleep. Why? Including this post, this Trip Report has 114 posts! #tpolworksharda sign on a brick wall a building with a sign on the front

The Suite 

I was quite annoyed when I arrived at my room to find that it was a giant suite. I couldn’t simply take a few photos of the bed and soap and call it a night. I had to walk around and meticulously take the following photos so my loyal reader can see what a Hyatt Centric looks like.

a living room with a couch and a tv a group of lights from the ceiling a tv on the wall a room with a table and chairs and a table and chairsa three framed pictures of a bridge

a coffee machine and a tray of coffee
Even a generous offering of free Keurig coffee could not keep me awake.

The Shower 

My last shower was at the Virgin Clubhouse in LHR. Since I’m not a complete degenerate, I showered before hitting the sheets. a bathroom with a mirror and sink a group of black bottles with green text a shower head and a vent in a bathroom

The Bedroom

I woke up briefly because the smoke detector keep beeping. I was so exhausted that I slept through it for hours. Eventually, I tried to dismantle it. I thought I was successful until hours later it came back on. In no mood to deal with it, I endured the shrill noise.

a couch in a room a bed with white sheets and pillows a bed with white sheets and pillows a room with a television and a chair a room with a bed and a television a room with a tv and a table

The Breakfast 

The breakfast was adequate. It was strange that milk was only available upon request. a table full of pastries and fruits a plate of food with sausages and potatoes a plate of pastries on a tableOverall 

If the hotel was a Hyatt or a Motel 6, it would not have mattered. I came, I snapped photos, I crashed. The End.

 

 

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19 COMMENTS

  1. Hahahahahahahahaha. Awesome. It’s a “budget” Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf. Although there is NOTHING budget is San Francisco.
    We need more pics!

    • Lol there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the post. There’s tons of photos and an explanation for the title. Not seeing the reason for the anger. When I write anything positive, no comments. If I deviate from being a cookie cutter blogger, the blog police come in with ‘constructive criticism’, a euphemism for cyber bullying.

  2. Whiny ‘ol beaver… lol jk :-* It’s a Hyatt Centric. All you need is pictures. I’m sure if they carried you to your room and gave you a backrub before bed, or conversely kicked you in the balls and spit in your face the moment you walked it we would have heard about it.

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