Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco Completes Multi-Million Dollar Renovation

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco has completed a $7 million renovation of its 277 guest rooms and suites with new contemporary furnishings and amenities. A partial listing of new guest room features include television credenzas and end tables topped with Absolute Black Granite, coffee tables featuring Ebonized Black Lacquer with Crackle Glass Inlay, armless Herman Miller Eames Desk Chairs, Artemide Tizio Classic Italian desk lamps with a 360 degree rotatable base and 42-inch LG LCD televisions. The upgraded Presidential Suite has such amenities as a modern custom sofa by Brunschwig & Fils, William Switzer Lucien Rollin Collection lounge chairs, a Berman Rosetti coffee table made with wenge wood and hand-woven custom area rugs in the living room and foyer entrance.

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