The newly renovated Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco At Embarcadero is debuting breathtaking views of the city along with walkable access to the city’s best neighborhoods. The hotel recently renovated 127 guest rooms, 28 suites, the lobby, and the fitness center, while also introducing brand new private Terrace Suites.
“We are so proud and delighted that all our guest rooms and suites at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero are now complete and open,” says General Manager Gigi Vega. “This affords our team the opportunity to provide an enhanced, one-of-a-kind hospitality experience for sophisticated travelers looking for an unforgettable San Francisco stay. As we unveil the expansive private Terrace Suites, we welcome guests to indulge in our luxury boutique atmosphere, magnificent views, and spacious accommodations, all presented with Four Seasons’ first-rate, personalized hospitality.”
The multimillion-dollar renovation was phased over the past 2 and a half years by the luxury design firm Marzipan. Four Seasons Embarcadero offers spacious guest rooms and luxurious suites with open space and separate sleeping and living areas. The spa-like bathrooms have deep-soaking tubs, as well as plush amenities including Codage Paris bath and beauty products. Renovations also include a state-of-the-art fitness center with Precor cardio and strength-training equipment, and a refreshed lobby and corridors.
Marzipan took inspiration for the hotel’s chic interior from San Francisco’s world-class views, as well as the city’s signature character and history. Furniture and lighting are inspired by the famed cable cars, and ornate metallic detailing and exquisite wallcoverings are woven with threads of gold to pay homage to San Francisco’s Gold Rush past.
Views From The Top
Guests can enjoy spectacular sunset views and enjoy wine and bubbles from the dramatic terrace. The completion of the renovations coincides with the July 1 reopening of The Overlook on the 40th floor. The open-air terrace offers unparalleled, sprawling city and bay views from the Golden Gate Bridge to the iconic skyline.
Two premium private Terrace Suites also showcase these panoramic views. The Golden Gate Terrace Suite and the Embarcadero Terrace Suite include 2,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor living space including a living room, dining room, kitchenette, powder room, rain shower, an elegant freestanding soaking tub, and a massive 800-square-foot terrace.
Location, Location, Location
Located in San Francisco’s financial district, Four Seasons Embarcadero sits atop the iconic 345 California Center Building. It’s surrounded by renowned Michelin-starred restaurants, top global headquarters, and is minutes from the Embarcadero waterfront, the historic Ferry Building, the California Street cable car lines, and some of the city’s best neighborhoods and attractions.
The hotel will also be announcing a series of experiences, in partnership with prominent Bay Area thought leaders and brands within the food and beverage, wellness, art, and fashion industries, which will be exclusive to hotel guests.
A Sky Bridge across floors 40–48 connects the two towers of the hotel and provides more scenic views with floor-to-ceiling windows. Four Seasons Embarcadero offers all-day dining at The Lounge & Bar with a menu of elevated bar bites, hearty entrees, craft cocktails, draft beers, and an exceptional list of curated wines. Guests can also enjoy 24-hour, in-room dining. The hotel will also be unveiling a brand-new signature restaurant featuring the best of California cuisine that showcases locally-sourced produce and the finest wines.
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