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Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego

1 - Market Place, San Diego, California, United States
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  • Accessibility

    Category: Stay
    Address: 1 - Market Place
    San Diego
    United States
    Time: Monday: Open 24 hours,Tuesday: Open 24 hours,Wednesday: Open 24 hours,Thursday: Open 24 hours,Friday: Open 24 hours,Saturday: Open 24 hours,Sunday: Open 24 hours
    Price Level: **
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    1. Gillian Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
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      We spent a week in the accessible suite #760 with the connected sleeping room #764. Accessible suites are not plentiful enough and we were delighted to have this fully accessible suite at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego.

      The spacious 2,000 sq. foot suite takes up the space of 5 large sleeping rooms and includes two group seating areas and a dining or meeting table that seats 16 with ample space for manual or motorized wheelchairs to move comfortably.

      One seating area focuses on a 65″ flat screen smart TV; the other includes swivel chairs that can face the large windows or the interior. Stunning views of the famous Midway ship, the harbor, and the charming waterside shopping village are lovely day and night can be seen from all five floor to ceiling windows.

      A kitchenette includes a sink, serving counter, storage, small fridge, and coffee maker. We requested a microwave which was promptly delivered and sat neatly beside the sink.

      A separate spacious office off the main seating areas contains a glass table with a leather chair on each side, credenza storage and marble countertops. It’s closed off with 10′ sliding french doors.

      The entire space is designed for corporate events or large family gatherings. Multiple seating areas support intimate business or friend/family conversations. A fully accessible restroom including a full bath tub sits off to the left of the entry foyer. A coat closet with an accessible height coat rod rounds out the suite.

      Sleeping room. The sleeping rooms at either end of the suite are standard, not accessible rooms. That means for accessible bathing and toilet use, the full bath inside the ‘living area’ of the suite must be used. This bathroom is elegant, with marble floors, stainless steel grab bars, and two dark brown roll-under sinks

      Both connected sleeping rooms contain a king bed, sofa, easy chair, desk, task chair, another 1/2 size fridge, closet and full bath with tub. While that sounds very full, there was still plenty of space to maneuver a wheelchair on either side of the bed.

      Housekeeping is available at any hour to tidy up the restroom, living space, and sleeping rooms, if you’re expecting guests. Despite the minor oddity of having the accessible bathroom in the main area, we enjoyed every moment. Elegant, spacious, with expansive views of the water and sights, it was a gracious space from end to end and the staff were eager to meet and exceed our every wish.

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