Skylab Architecture renovates W San Francisco

W Hotels Worldwide announced that W San Francisco is slated to complete its renovations this year. Specifically, W San Francisco's roof top Terrace, Fit (W's fitness center) and signature restaurant Trace are undergoing a redesign.

The renovations are part of the second wave of renovation projects to reinvigorate the company’s North American portfolio.The renovations are helmed by Skylab Architecture, and guestrooms and meeting spaces will be refreshed early next year.

Located in the heart of the SoMA district, W San Francisco Hotel is a LEED Silver certified hotel that is committed to sustainable hospitality. The property has six room categories, including the 300-square-foot Wonderful Room and the 900-square-foot Extreme Wow Suite, with design aspects including Asian influences like Chinese checkers and origami butterflies, Napa and Sonoma wines from the refreshment bar and the W signature bed.

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The renovation projects of W Hotels Worldwide is an aggressive strategy that focuses on further enhancing the W portfolio and $100-million investment of the brand and its ownership groups with cutting-edge updates to public spaces, new signature bar and restaurant concepts and guestroom updates in key markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Mexico City and Washington, D.C.

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