Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf: A Beautiful Calamity of Uselessness

It’s obvious as soon as you enter the guest room at the Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf that they’ve spent a lot of money making the rooms modern and sleek. Flat screen TV, stylish furniture, aesthetic bathroom, even an iHome iPod clock radio all contribute to a visual delight, sure to appease the well traveled or weary guest seeking the comforts of a modern home.

But when you actually start DOING things in the room, you quickly find it’s a case of design for its own sake and not for meeting people’s needs or goals. Continue reading

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