San Francisco Airport Marriott completes $18M update

The San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront completed an $18-million renovation of its 688 guestrooms and suites.

As part of the project, travelers sampled and critiqued three guestroom concepts. Their feedback influenced the overall guestroom design, amenities and technological aspects. The hotel's new guestrooms emphasize its waterfront views.

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The property now has a cool color palette and large picture windows. Remodeled bathrooms have sliding doors, walk-in showers with water-efficient rainfall heads, Thann natural skincare products and upgraded fixtures. Multiple outlet units were installed for mobile devices, as well as Samsung 48-inch flat-panel televisions. The rooms also have an open-closet shelving design for flexible storage options and more floor plan space.

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