Situated within San Francisco’s high-end territory of Nob Hill, The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco – a neo-classic landmark for 105 years – completed its multi-phase transformative remodelling this month.Led by the world’s largest hospitality style company, Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), the timeless architectural form of this legendary resort has been brought throughout its interiors and also revitalized with contemporary detailing.
Drawing motivation from the colors of San Francisco Bay, the Pacific Sea and also its fog, the deluxe resort’s 336 guest spaces, inclusive of 60 suites, have been redone in combination of steel blues and grays. The home furnishings take their hints from the styles of couture style and guys’s customizing. From curtain cables looking like a male’s belt to chairs and also chaise lounges in tweed fabric, the touches admire today’s gentlemen.
” The new guestroom style attracts motivation from San Francisco’s Wilkes Bashford – one of the city’s iconic luxury outlet store – as well as the tradition of former Mayor Willie Brown, renowned for his famous fits.” says HBA Principal Developer, Kathleen Dauber. “The suiting visual can be located in the particularly woven pillows, the layering of the wall coverings in the guest spaces and also corridors
The new guest spaces finish the historical landmark’s multi-phase remodelling that started with the re-opening of its signature dining establishment, Parallel 37, in December 2011, the introduction of the lobby as well as The Lounge in February 2012, and the completion of its brand-new conference areas as well as ballroom in September 2014.
The hotel’s uncluttered, contemporary brand-new interiors and also high-tech measurements – like Virtual Attendants found in the lobby and also conference space foyers providing visitors with various maps, tourist attractions, and events – offer a contemporary association between the resort’s exterior, built in 1909, and also today
Situated in the heart of downtown as well as bordering the city’s Financial Area, Chinatown, as well as Union Square luxury shopping, the nine-story hotel covers an entire block of Stockton Road. It is the only AAA 5 Ruby Hotel in San Francisco, and also has over 23,000 square feet of meeting space.