Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco’s New Look

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Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and has decided to do so with an upgrade.

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Following a temporary closing of the hotel earlier this year, we hear that it is open for business, sporting a new marble lobby, completely refurbished guest rooms and suites, and a signature restaurant helmed by Executive Chef Adam Mali.

The hotel’s rooms all feature custom-designed furnishings and give off an air of French Deco. We love that each room has its own 800-square-foot terrace, as well. The bathrooms have luxury rain head showers, freestanding bathtubs and Molton Brown bath amenities.

The new restaurant, Brasserie S&P, opened its doors last month. The culinary scene screams California cuisine with fresh, seasonal ingredients found in the state. The menu is complete with a creative cocktail list and a diverse wine program. The intimate restaurant can seat 90 and blends with the bar to offer a vibrant and chic scene.

For your betrothed clients: Stay tuned for later this summer when the hotel debuts over 5,000 square feet of function space.

Luxury travel advisors can contact director of sales and marketing, Michelle Loane ([email protected]).

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