San Francisco Hotels
"This legislation will save lives," says Supervisor Hillary Ronen
Lawmakers balk at $197-per-night price tag but insist they must move forward.
Mayor backs off of mega-shelter plan as lawmakers push to secure individual accommodations for residents.
Shelters aren’t safe during outbreak, supervisors argue, eyeing SF’s 33,000 empty hotel units.
The tech giant cites hotel costs and homeless crisis.
"This goes against every person who has stood at this podium and tried to make a housing supply argument."
"We take a curated approach to location that’s built around putting Sonders in the best neighborhoods where people actually live."
Hotel would come with 142 rooms.
Pre-quake Payne Mansion dates to 1881.
Scheduled to open in summer 2020.
Political upheaval also to blame, says SF Travel, as international visitors less attracted to U.S.
"I actually think it’s the worst it’s ever been."
Nonprofit’s annual challenge sends bigwigs plummeting, but it’s all for a good cause. Former State Sen. Mark Leno’s advice for taking the plunge: "Focus."
A sneak peek of the top-floor pad.
In June, Curbed SF reported that mega-brand Virgin would open a hotel in San Francisco’s South of Market, near the upcoming Central Subway station at Fourth and Folsom. Today the mega-brand revealed new details about the hotel.
The historic Fairmont San Francisco boasts one of the Bay Area’s chicest hotel lobbies. Many a Baghdad by the Bay denizen is known to traverse Nob Hill simply to hang out and soak in the space’s unbridled Beaux-Arts opulence. A lobby this elegant deserves a Chirstmas-themed gingerbread house worthy of its surroundings.
Formerly the headquarters of Crocker National Bank back in 1908, and now home to arguably the fanciest Wells Fargo Bank branch in world, the site of One Montgomery could play host to a 35-story residential and hotel tower.
From complimentary cocktails in the Garden Court at San Francisco's oldest surviving hotel to partying in the pool at The Phoenix, this map has you covered when it comes to securing a hotel package during the city's biggest weekend celebration.