The Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf Completes Remodeling

The Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf has completed its multi-million dollar remodeling with a photographic mural celebrating the 75th anniversary of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge.  

In each guestroom, the Golden Gate adorns the wall over the bed, and "the stunning mural brings the beauty of San Francisco's most famous landmark into the hotel and helps to accent the hotel's new interior design which is striking, contemporary and comfortable," says General Manager John Sevilla. "Since we cater to so many leisure travelers, particularly international visitors, we thought it appropriate to bring the most symbolic image of San Francisco into each and every guestroom. So far, our guests are enjoying sleeping 'under the bridge' which is depicted at sunset in the mural."

The Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf features a newly appointed selection of 355 guestrooms, many with exclusive views of the San Francisco Bay or the hotel's courtyard.  All of the guestrooms have been completely refreshed and most feature Sleep Number Beds and select rooms feature dry bars. All rooms have plush bedding and comforters, contemporary seating, privacy window treatments and new spa style bathrooms with granite countertops, expanded showers and custom vanities. In addition, guests may enjoy the 37 inch flat screen TV with work desks and an ergonomic chair and in-room coffee makers. Rooms which offer terraces now feature new patio furniture.  Additional amenities include concierge and bell service, complimentary wireless service throughout the hotel, a business center, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a year-round headed outdoor swimming pool.

Located at 250 Beach Street in the heart of Fisherman's Wharf, The Radisson Hotel Fisherman's Wharf is steps from Pier 39, the Wharf's famous eaters and attractions, as well as the Ferry to Alcatraz Island, Ghirardelli Square and San Francisco's Cable Cars.
 

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