The Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco has completed the final stage of a $20 million multi-phase transformation. The final portion included the renovation of its 277 guestrooms, including 46 suites. The hotel partnered with New York-based design boutique, Meyer Davis to complete the redesign.
The first phase of the transformation was the renovation of 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space in August 2017. Just completed, the guestrooms and suites, located on Floors 6 through 17 of the 42-story building, use shades of blue with steel tones that complement the brass and gold accents. The marble guest bathrooms, with deep soaking bathtubs and separate glass enclosed showers, complete the space.
Additionally, the Four Seasons created work areas that could be transformed into a space for dining or relaxing. Amenity-wise, Nespresso machines, outlets and USB ports, Bluetooth-enabled Bose speakers and large flat-screen televisions with DVR and casting capabilities were added.
The Presidential Suite received new oak flooring, airy wall coverings, and drapery and carpets. Pops of champagne metals, light walnut, onyx stone and leather decorate the room.
The Premier Suite’s rooms are designed to appeal towards the tech-savvy guests with playful furnishings, art displays, and graphic carpets. Veined marble complements the suite’s textured fabrics and rich walnut. Good to know: The living room also has a wet bar, pantry area and powder room.
Amenities at the hotel include complimentary access to the newly renovated Equinox Sports Club, a Tesla house car and chat communications through the Four Seasons App, Facebook Messenger, WeChat or text.