SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA PROPERTY EST. 1875 When the Palace opened in 1875, it was San Francisco’s first luxury hotel and the largest in the world. With unprecedented opulence, it was America’s counterpart to the grand hotels of Europe. After destruction in the fires of the 1906 earthquake, the Palace was rebuilt reopening in 1909. For over 100 years, this icon has been the city’s treasure, a landmark with timeless creations such as The Garden Court with its glass ceiling and Austrian crystal chandeliers, and the Pied Piper of Hamelin Maxfield Parrish mural. A 2015 renovation revealed classically inspired contemporary design that complements authentic historic architecture. Guests will enjoy first-class accommodations, lavish amenities, superb dining, and peerless service. In The Garden Court, the dome ceiling contains more than 70,000 pieces of iridescent glass, one of the largest expanses of tinted glass in the world. CONVERTED HOTEL LUXURIOUS SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR RENAISSANCE REVIVAL AMENITIES 556 newly renovated luxurious guestrooms and 36 suites, including 1 Presidential Suite, all with custom created furnishings. Each with a 42" flat-screen TV, complimentary bottled water, safe, refrigerator, plush bathrobes, executive desk, marble bath with deluxe amenities. Les Clefs d’or Concierge, 24-hour in-room dining, newly renovated indoor pool and fitness center. VIP assistance, dry cleaning, and laundry services. DINING San Francisco Landmark 18 The Garden Court serves locally sourced cuisine celebrating traditions and innovative culinary creations that make an unforgettable dining experience. The stylish GC Lounge is a vibrant, magical experience in one of the world’s most beautiful venues with live entertainment in the evenings. The rich and handsome Pied Piper is a warm and inviting place to enjoy casual dining and signature cocktails. LOCATION In the heart of downtown San Francisco, the Palace is the perfect destination for business or leisure. Steps away from the Financial District and Moscone Center. Within enjoyable walking distance are designer boutiques, center shopping, cable cars, the Embarcadero, Ferry Building Marketplace, Chinatown, AT&T Park, cultural museums, and theaters. San Francisco Int’l Airport: 15 miles, 25 minutes. 2 New Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94105 T 415.512.1111
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