Mandarin Oriental San Francisco Unveils New Spaces

Luxury hoteliers Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group celebrated the 25th anniversary of its first North American hotel with the reveal of new interiors for the Mandarin Oriental San Francisco. Local interior designer Michael Booth of BAMO has redesigned the award-winning property on Sansome Street with a renewed style and contemporary elegance, which guests will experience upon entering the new Italian travertine marble lobby.


The 158 guestrooms and suites have been completely refurbished and are decorated with a calming, timeless aesthetic that blends style with the brand’s oriental elements. Lush textures and modern amenities, including 400-threadcount Egyptian cotton bedding, marble bathrooms, LCD televisions, direct-dial telephones and high-speed internet access, complement stunning views of San Francisco and the Bay.


When it opens in mid-May 2012, Brasserie S&P will boost San Francisco’s eclectic dining scene with a lively, sophisticated yet informal atmosphere. Executive Chef Adam Mali leads the culinary team showcasing contemporary all-day dining favorites, paired with an extensive array of cocktails, gins and tonics to satisfy the palates of discerning guests.


2 new meeting rooms enhance the Mandarin Oriental San Francisco’s event space to a total of 478-square meters, with outdoor space located on the 40th floor suited for intimate gatherings. For recreation, the hotel’s fitness center is being remodeled, while the staff can arrange for golf and sightseeing excursions.


The revitalized Mandarin Oriental San Francisco follows on the recent takeover of Atlanta’s The Mansion on Peachtree as the brand’s ninth property in North America. Mandarin Oriental is also developing hotels and resorts in Costa Rica, Grand Cayman, St. Kitts and Dellis Cay in the Turks & Caicos to bolster its regional portfolio.


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