San Francisco's Stanford Court to Undergo $16 Million Renovation

Stanford Court, a tech-centric hotel located atop San Francisco's Nob Hill, has announced a $16 million redesign of the porte-cochere, lobby, cafe and bar, guest rooms, fitness center and meeting spaces. The multi-phase redesign began in May 2017 and will conclude in spring 2018; the hotel will remain fully operational throughout the project.

The newly-renovated Stanford Court will integrate Nob Hill's history with the innovative and tech-forward spirit of today's San Francisco. 


The redesign will create a 'digital meets analog' aesthetic. Brass, steel, and leather furnishings will be set against a background of tile, wood flooring and cream colored walls. Tech-savvy guests will appreciate the autonomous mobile check-in process and grab-and-go style eatery.

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Stanford Court's 393 rooms and suites will welcome guests with a color palette of whites, grays and blues accented by gold highlights and wood features.

Fitness Center

The new 1,500-square-foot fitness center will provide state-of-the-art equipment, floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the TransAmerica Pyramid, the bay, and the famed cable cars.

Meeting & Event Space

The redesign will focus on enhancing the hotel's 2,100 square feet of meeting and event space by creating comfortable and innovate spaces with state-of-the-art technology, including wireless connectivity to audio visual technology.

Hotel Amenities 

Hotel guests can enjoy the latest technology, including keyless entry; JAMBOX speakers; Foli, a digital content mobile distribution platform that allows access to digital magazines and e-books via iPads during their stay; and Daylighted, a collection of local artwork, curated exclusively for the hotel. Additionally, guests can take advantage of complimentary Apple iMac computers and iPads in the lobby for guest use. Zipcars and electric car charging stations are accessible in the front courtyard or guests can cruise the city on bikes provided by Stanford Court. 

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