In celebration of the hotel’s 25th anniversary, Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco, has unveiled newly renovated interiors.
San Francisco-based interior designer Michael Booth of BAMO oversaw the project.
The hotel now boasts a new Italian travertine marble lobby and refurbished guestrooms and suites.
Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco’s 151 guestrooms have custom-designed furnishings such as plush couches and white ash burl desks in a style that combines French Deco and a homelike-atmosphere.
In addition, the property’s seven suites have been individually redesigned with a cool blue and silver color palette. The suites have 800-sq-ft (74-sq-m) landscaped terraces and spacious bathrooms with freestanding, sculptural bathtubs. The suites will open in July.
Mandarin Oriental, San Francisco also has a new signature restaurant: Brasserie S&P. Executive Chef Adam Mali designed the menu of San Francisco cuisine made with seasonal California ingredients. The 90-seat restaurant will also include a bar with cocktails and other spirits.
In mid-July, the hotel will open more than 5,000 sq ft (465 sq m) of function rooms on the second level, with outdoor space on the 40th floor. A new spa will follow in the fall.