The Axiom Hotel opens in San Francisco

Host Hotels & Resorts opened the Axiom Hotel in San Francisco. Located at the city's cable car turnaround, the 152-room boutique hotel is managed by Kokua Hospitality, and was designed by New York City-based Stonehill & Taylor.

A LEED-certified project, Axiom offers iPad-assisted check-in, complimentary fiber optic Wi-Fi, and plug-ins to mobile devices. Each room of the hotel has a distinctive configuration based on size and floorplan, with four room choices named after tech bytes including Nano & Mono Queen, Meta Queen, Mono King and E-King. The hotel is also pet friendly.

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“We are thrilled to open our doors to the streets of San Francisco,” said Garry Cox, GM of the hotel. “Our team has worked tirelessly to transform this historic building into a cutting-edge property that’s literally at the axiom of history and the digital revolution.”

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