This property, which features 260 redesigned guest rooms, has a new design that pays subtle homage to California history with a metallic palette echoing the Gold Rush and artwork reflecting the city’s history of tech innovation. Event space of over 22,000 sq. ft. was also refreshed, with nine event rooms that offer plenty of natural light and a fresh-air terrace for outdoor gatherings. The property is prominently located downtown in the Yerba Buena Corridor, steps from Market St. and SF MOMA.
Perched on the top 11 floors of a 48-story building in the Financial District, this property’s 155 guest rooms and suites were redesigned for its debut as a Four Seasons in May. Rooms feature natural wood floors, modern design and panoramic views of the city. The hotel is centrally located moments from Union Square, Fisherman’s Wharf and the Ferry Building, where the concierge can organize walking tours of the famed artisan farmer’s market.
This Burbank boutique will reveal property-wide renovations this spring that are inspired by the spirit of Hollywood’s heyday and meant to evoke the atmosphere of a golden-era retreat for stars. Just a mile from Universal Studios Hollywood, the property features three refurbished meeting rooms with some 4,000 sq. ft. of space. New dining concept FYC (For Your Consideration) will be available for buyout and can accommodate up to 100 guests, reception style.
Recent renovations brought modern furnishings and geometric designs to the public areas and all 766 guest rooms in this Silicon Valley stay. New restaurant concept Bosc & Bartlett, named for the orchard that once stood near the hotel, brings Asian-inspired Californian fare to the newly elevated lobby. The property has almost 27,000 sq. ft. of event space, also updated, including the Sedona Room, with floor-to-ceiling windows and an adjacent patio.