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Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco

San Francisco’s Mandarin Oriental hotel has had a major upgrade to coincide with the property’s 25th anniversary.  It was the Hong Kong-based group’s first hotel in the United States.  Located in the heart of the city the hotel offers unparalleled panoramic views of the bay and beyond from the top 11 floors of San Francisco’s third tallest building, 345 California Center.

Regulars will quickly notice an entirely new Italian travertine marble lobby.  Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco’s 158 guest rooms include seven suites, which offer dramatic views of San Francisco and the Bay.  Each room is individually designed, with a furnished, 800sq ft landscaped terrace.  The interiors have been thoroughly modernized and decorated in lush textures with a cool blue and silver palette.  Spacious bathrooms provide a spa-like ambience with luxury rain head showers and freestanding sculptural bathtubs furnished with Molton Brown bath amenities to allow guests to indulge in comfort and relaxation. 

Later this summer the hotel will unveil more than 5,000sq ft of elegantly designed, versatile, and technologically-advanced function rooms.  All of the hotel’s function space is conveniently situated on the second level, with outdoor space for intimate gatherings located on the 40th floor. www.mandarinoriental.com/sanfrancisco

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