In an effort to raise the bar for luxury accommodations within the Bay Area, the hotel has unveiled 277 redesigned guest rooms and 46 new suites. Doug Housley, general manager, Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, noted, “The rooms are anticipated to heighten the guest experience, ensuring that all needs are met regardless of why the traveller is visiting.”
The hotel partnered with New York-based Meyer Davis, a design boutique, to design the new residential spaces inspired by local materials and the history of the city. Rooms and suites, located on floors six through to 17 of the 42-storey building, feature shades of blue with cool steel tones. Specifically, the suites feature floor-to-ceiling views of Yerba Buena Gardens or downtown San Francisco, window seats and modern décor and furniture.