Clift Hotel in San Francisco Offers New $20,000 “FOMO No Mo’” Guest Package

The Clift Hotel in San Francisco has announced it will offer a new $20,000 guest package called “FOMO No Mo’” that will give guests a two-night experience with a number of the hotel’s more luxurious amenities. Designed by recently appointed executive chef Dawn Taylor-Cole and the F&B management team, the “FOMO No Mo’” package will let guests stay in Clift’s private apartment for two nights with a customizable schedule of events, including:

  • Champagne Breakfast in Bed for two on both mornings with a full menu of items to choose from
  • Full access to the room's minibar
  • 24-hour use of a Lamborghini or Ferrari with valet parking
  • A private, two-person helicopter tour of San Francisco

In addition, the Clift Hotel has set up specific events for both nights of the trip.

The First Night

On the first night, guests will get access to the VIP table for four in the recently restored Redwood Room. Guests will also be given a $500 credit for drinks and appetizers.

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The Second Night

On the second night of the “FOMO No Mo’” experience, Clift will host a three-hour private party for 20 in the guests’ private apartment. The hotel will allow guests' to collaborate with chef Taylor-Cole to create a personalized menu to suit their preferences.

The private party will also include an open premium bar with a personal mixologist from the Redwood Room, a Silent Disco curated by a DJ chosen by Clift, and a private photographer to capture all the highlights of the night.

New Menu

Along with the newest guest package, the Clift Hotel plans to launch a new menu in October under chef Dawn Taylor-Cole.

“They keep things fun and innovative, and my cuisine will reflect that,” said Taylor-Cole of the Clift Hotel and her new menu. “I will focus on seasonal, sustainable, and of course, delicious.”

Prior to joining Clift’s staff, Taylor-Cole has worked as a chef for the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, Laurent Gras, Wolfgang Puck Catering, and most recently for the San Francisco Hyatt Regency.

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