BY ANNE DIMON
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco, the first MO in the United States, has been redesigned by San Francisco-based designer Michael Booth to give it a “renewed style and contemporary elegance.”
Located in the heart of the city and its third tallest building, the Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco offers an entirely new Italian travertine marble lobby, 158 completely refurbished and modernized guest rooms and seven suites, each with a furnished and landscaped terrace from where to admire spectacular views of the iconic bay and beyond.
The new 90-seat, signature, all-day Brasserie S&P serves San Francisco cuisine with a focus on showcasing seasonal ingredients.
The hotel plans to unveil 5,000 plus square feet of versatile and technologically-advanced function rooms this summer plus outdoor space for intimate gatherings on the 40th floor.
The hotel also features a fully-equipped fitness centre plus a Mandarin Oriental Spa with spa suites and a holistic approach to treatments.
Visit their site: http://www.mandarinoriental.com/sanfrancisco