Baskervill completes $18M renovation of San Francisco Airport Marriott

San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront completed an $18-million renovation of its 688 guestrooms and suites. Baskervill served as the interior design firm for the project.

Lauded by the World Wildlife Association for protecting the San Francisco Bay and its wildlife, the hotel designed the new guest rooms to showcase its bayside location.

Baskervill provided interior design services for the project. The design team worked with the ownership to develop three guestroom concepts, all incorporating Marriott's new guestroom initiatives, which hotel guests were then invited to try out and critique. The final design showcases the property's bayside locality in subtle artwork, color, materials selection and design details. Modular furniture with flexible seating enables guests to customize the layout for their own specific needs during their stay. Fully upgraded bathrooms create a spa-like ambiance with walk-in showers and upgraded fixtures.

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Other key features include: multiple plug-in units for mobile devices, Samsung 48-inch flat-panel televisions, Internet access and open-closet shelving design for flexible storage options and more floor plan space.

San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront at 1800 Old Bayshore Highway in Burlingame, California also has 24 meeting rooms with 28,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space, Hangar Steak restaurant and Flights 101 lounge. Other amenities include: a fitness center with pool and bayside fitness path.

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