Hot Openings: Aloft conversion takes off in San Francisco

After 14 months of renovations, Aloft San Francisco Airport is open — the first Aloft conversion from Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Stamford, Connecticut.

Starwood updated the public areas, guestrooms, mechanical systems and infrastructure of the six-story property, a former Clarion that dated to the 1960s.

Architecture firm Jonathan Nehmer + Associates Inc. oversaw the project, which also updated all 253 guestrooms and bathrooms.

The 5,102-sq-ft (474-sq-m) lobby offers the brand’s w xyz bar, re:mix lounge and re:fuel by Aloft grab-and-go foodservice option. Meeting rooms offer 672 sq ft (62 sq m) of space.

The property also has a pool and a fitness center and is located about two miles from San Francisco’s airport.


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