About Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel
Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel is a high-rise building in San Diego composed of two towers. The towers are the third and seventh tallest buildings in the city. It is the tallest building on the waterfront on the West Coast and with over 1600 rooms, it is Southern California's largest hotel. Because of its proximity to the waterfront, as well as its amenities, the Manchester Grand Hyatt is referred to as a spa and resort. It was developed and is owned by Doug Manchester. The Manchester Grand Hyatt consists of two towers, the 40-story Harbor Tower built in 1992 and the 33-story Seaport Tower which was added in 2003, prompted by the positive response to the space already allocated for private meetings. A four-story building with a rooftop pool connects the towers to each other. The hotel has 1,625 340-square-foot (32 m) guest rooms. Every guest room has at least partial water or city views and many offer panoramic vistas of the Pacific Ocean. All rooms are equipped with Wi-Fi Internet access and iPod docking stations. The hotel has two bars: the Top of the Hyatt and the Grand Lobby Bar.