Four Seasons to add second San Francisco hotel in 2020

Guests staying at the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero will be able to see the Transamerica Pyramid from the hotel. Photo credit: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Westbrook Partners has selected Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts to manage its recently acquired San Francisco hotel. Currently known as the Loews Regency San Francisco, the 155-room hotel will be renamed Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco at Embarcadero in 2020 following renovations.

Westbrook Partners acquired the hotel from Loews Hotels & Co. in May. Loews will continue to manage the hotel throughout 2019. Housed on the top 11 floors of a 48-story building, it will undergo renovations to all rooms and suites, corridors and other public areas before opening under the Four Seasons name.

Four Seasons is also partnered with Westbrook Partners on its two other San Francisco ventures: the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, which it opened in 2001, and the Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco, coming in 2020.

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“With a rich cultural landscape, unmatched culinary experiences and a market strengthened by the region’s renowned tech boom, San Francisco is one of the country’s most dynamic, thriving cities,” Bart Carnahan, EVP of global business development and portfolio management for Four Seasons, said in a statement. “Due in large part to these strong market conditions, we’re excited to offer guests a second Four Seasons experience, enhancing our portfolio in the Bay Area.” 

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