Hotel Via Announces Planned Spring Opening in San Francisco

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Independently owned and operated Hotel VIA, located at 138 King Street in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, has announced it plans to open this spring.

Situated across the street from AT&T Park and 20 minutes from San Francisco International Airport, the 159-room hotel is now accepting online reservations for stays beginning on July 1, 2017.

Hotel VIA will be the first newly built hotel in the South Beach neighborhood since 2005 and will offer guests access to the Ferry Building, Union Square, Moscone Center, SFMOMA and Yerba Buena Gardens. In addition, guests will be able to use BART, Caltrain, Muni, San Francisco Bay Ferry, freeways and the Bay Bridge to get to and from the hotel.


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The 12-story hotel comprises 148 rooms and 11 suites, some of which provide views of the ballpark, the Bay Bridge and the East Bay Hills. All of the materials and fabrics chosen for Hotel VIA are influenced by the surrounding environment, while a minimalist loft design concept incorporates modern, as well as custom-made furniture.

Amenities include in-room triple-play services (voice, video, and data); KEYPR, a highly connected keyless room entry and personal in-room experience; and GPON (Gigabit Passive Optical Network), among others.

Additionally, Hotel VIA will offer the only rooftop lounge with 360-degree views of AT&T Park, the Bay and the San Francisco skyline along with 3,000 square feet of event space. There will also be a breakfast café, a functional meeting room and a fitness center.

Rates start at $279 per night. For more information on Hotel VIA and reservations, visit


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