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Union Square lodging with views of the bay

The jack of all trades of SF lodging, the Grand Hyatt's a 660-room mega-hotel catering to both the business & recreational set with its cocktail lounge, American bistro, and shloads of amenities.Conjured up by local bigwig Scott Beattie, the bar program at OneUP Lounge makes sure to incorporate plenty of proprietary OneUp Whiskey, but you'll have to be sure to offset it with croque monsieur sliders and duck fat potato wedges.The kitchen at inventively named OneUP Resturant is loaded with locally-sourced seasonal ingredients, meaning that, much like Tim Tebow, you'll always be freshly served.Like Rocco's life, the rooms are modern. Keep your eyes peeled for 37" flatscreens and "media phones" that function as your alarm clocks, radio, MP3 player, and, uh...media phone.29 of said rooms are designated as Suites, which're basically Real World-sized pads minus the Puck. Because he's in jail.Furnishings include copious couches, a wet bar, and non-IKEA carpeting. Suck it, Sweden!photos:GrandHyatt