Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco unveils new look

Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco unveiled its new interiors in time for the celebration of the hotel’s 25th anniversary. The property, redesigned by San Francisco-based interior designer Michael Booth of BAMO, now boasts a new Italian travertine marble lobby, completely refurbished guest rooms and suites, and a soon-to-launch signature restaurant under the direction of executive chef Adam Mali.

Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco’s 158 guestrooms, including seven suites, now feature an aesthetic which frames the views of San Francisco and the Bay from the city’s third tallest building. Each guest room features custom-designed furnishings with French Deco, and a set-up reflected in blue couches, white ash burl wooden desks, and 400-thread count linens.

The suites were individually designed, each with a furnished, 800-square-foot landscaped terrace. The interiors have been thoroughly modernized and decorated with a cool blue and silver palette. Bathrooms provide a spa-like ambience with rain head showers and freestanding bathtubs furnished with Molton Brown bath amenities.

The hotel’s new food and beverage offerings include the signature restaurant, Brasserie S&P, which opens mid-May to serve brasserie-style, San Francisco cuisine in a 90-seat setting.

The hotel will unveil more than 5,000 square feet of function rooms later this summer. All of the hotel’s function space is conveniently situated on the second level with outdoor space for intimate gatherings located on the 40th floor.

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