Four Seasons unveils sophomore property in San Francisco
Toronto-headquartered luxury hospitality company Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has revealed its second outpost in one of the world’s most famous cities.
Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero, previously Loews Regency Hotel, boasts stunning panoramic views and a fresh new look. Occupying the top floors of the 48-storey 345 California Center building in San Francisco’s Financial District, the revamped property now boasts stylish rooms and suites by design studio Marzipan.
The sky’s the limit at Four Seasons Embarcadero
The hotel’s 155 rooms and suites offer expansive views out over San Francisco landmarks such as the Golden Gate Bridge, the Transamerica Pyramid, Alcatraz Island, the Bay Bridge and San Francisco Bay. In addition, the property benefits from its prime setting close to vibrant bars, Michelin-starred restaurants, upscale retail outlets, the relaxing North Beach and bustling Chinatown neighbourhoods.
“As our California collection continues to grow, we are proud to expand our presence in one of America’s top destinations, giving locals and travellers alike another unique opportunity to stay with Four Seasons in this great city,” said Christian Clerc, president of global operations for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. “With soaring views, fully reimagined guest rooms and suites, and an ideal location near some of the city’s most popular attractions, we look forward to welcoming guests to our new luxury experience in San Francisco.”
Appealing accommodation for our times
Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero gives guests an impeccably designed environment from which to work, rest or play. Each room and suite is equipped with flexible furniture for remote working, casual dining or rest and relaxation.
Meanwhile, the material palette is neutral yet sophisticated, with elegant detailing and unexpected touches and flourishes that catch the eye. Spa-like bathrooms are ideal for guests looking to unwind after a full day of meetings, and they also can avail themselves of the Snug x Four Seasons in-room dining service, which brings signature cocktails from the eponymous local hotspot right to the door.
“We are thrilled to welcome our first guests and to write a new story in Four Seasons history. Whether you’ll be leisurely enjoying a stay with us or here for new business, our team is here to be your extended family and to share in your San Francisco experiences,” said the hotel’s general manager Robert Megargle.