Waldorf Astoria to Open New Hotel in San Francisco

Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts announced its newest property, Waldorf Astoria San Francisco, which will be the centerpiece of a two million square-foot, multi-use complex that will contain luxury entertainment, retail stores, and office space.

The new Waldorf Astoria San Francisco will reside within the first 21 stories of a unique tower designed by the architecture firm Foster + Partners. Located at Mission Street between Ecker and 1st Streets, Waldorf Astoria San Francisco will be situated in the city’s new Transbay Neighborhood, a redevelopment project surrounding the Transbay Transit Center.

Transbay is transportation-friendly with wide sidewalks and bike paths, and offers a mix of shops and restaurants, as well as contemporary green spaces which have been carefully planned as key components of the renovation.

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The hotel boasts a spacious spa and will be home to a Peacock Alley – the brand’s signature restaurant – serving “legendary cuisine” with a San Francisco approach.

Hirsch Bedner Associates, a world-renowned hospitality design firm, designed the Waldorf Astoria San Francisco’s interiors to seamlessly blend the brand’s signature worldly sophistication with modern accoutrements reflective of San Francisco.

Waldorf Astoria San Francisco will participate in Hilton HHonors®, a guest loyalty program where guests who book directly through their website have access to benefits, including a personal concierge and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Visit www.waldorfastoria.com

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