The views of San Francisco from atop the city’s Nob Hill neighborhood can now be better enjoyed from the historic Huntington Hotel & Nob Hill Spa.
As part of its 85th anniversary, the Huntington has debuted newly renovated guest rooms, featuring two contemporary design styles, to keep the old hotel feeling fresh. In one design, the room is washed in lighter colors and features custom, ecologically sustainable bamboo cabinetry. The second design serves as a sort of homage to the city itself, with large photographs by local lensman Tom Seawell reminding guests of San Francisco’s rich and iconic history. Both rooms are decorated in blues and greens that suit the cool-weather city, and metallic accents keep things sharp and modern.
Once a luxury apartment building, The Huntington has housed and hosted San Francisco’s elite for decades, making it a perfect choice for clients seeking to live the high life while getting an authentic feel of the City by the Bay.
We recommend popping into the hotel’s spa for an afternoon—or longer—of pampering. Clients can unwind in any of the three-floored facility’s 10 treatment rooms, the indoor infinity-edge pool or the eucalyptus steam room. For those who like staying active, the spa houses a fitness and yoga room.
Once properly pampered, guests can grab an evening cocktail in the clubby Big Four Restaurant, named after the city’s major railroad tycoons of yore and helmed by executive chef Gloria Ciccarone-Nehls, a former National Executive Chefs Association “Chef of the Year.”
Interested? Luxury travel advisors can contact General Manager Gail Isono
([email protected]; 415-345-2808) for more information.