Hotel VIA’s, a 159-room boutique opening across from AT&T Park, is set to open in June. It’s the area’s first hotel in 10 years. This is one of a few new hotels poised to grace the South of Market/South Beach ear in these difficult Airbnb-preferred times.
“The boutique hotel will cater to a wide variety of travelers, ranging from international visitors, to ballpark goers, weekenders, and business travelers alike,” said Hotel VIA’s General Manager Barbara Perzigian in a press release.
The 12-story hotel will feature 148 rooms and 11 suites, as well as a hotel lounge/bar.
And the highest-end room, the Park View Suite, replete with views of the bay and the ballpark, looks rather pleasant. Very contemporary.
In related hospitality news, Virgin plans on opening a property a few blocks away at Fourth and Folsom. It will feature 196 suites, Several cocktail bars and dining options (including the brand’s flagship, The Commons Club, a coffee shop, and a rooftop bar.
Iconic hotel Waldorf Astoria will also build its first-ever San Francisco hotel (designed by Foster + Partners in partnership with San Francisco-based Heller Manus Architects), in the heart of the Transbay Center.
- Virgin releases details on new San Francisco hotel [Curbed SF]
- World-famous hotel brands coming to San Francisco [Curbed SF]