San Francisco is known for being a city with architectural wonders like the Golden Gate Bridge, the Transamerica pyramid, the trains and China Town, among others that manage to attract thousands of tourists that want to visit a different place.
The Mandarin Oriental hotels bring the Asian flavor and luxury from the distance east in a city that exudes personality and a strong economical and social dynamic.
The Mandarin is the tallest hotel in San Francisco, finding itself at the top floors of the third tallest building in the city.
It has 154 rooms and four ostentatious suites. And like every Mandarin hotel that is priced, it takes advantage on the views of the city or of the bay, and includes binoculars to enjoy them.
The classic Mandarin style is found in the decoration of each and every room, perfectly blending the most modern zen taste and the traditional Asian style… porcelain lamps, headboards and padded bedspreads, gold texture walls, and couches and salmon color ottomans.
Plus Egyptian cotton sheets from Frette house, 25-inch television sets, high-speed Internet access, (wireless and non wireless), just like the advantages of having 24-hour room service and two daily visits for cleaning and maintenance service.
The bathroom menu offers several types of immersions, among them, with rose petals and ocean minerals. Dogs up to 9 kg in weight receive home made courtesy snacks.
The restaurant and lounge is very well known among tourists and locals. The Silks combines the typical pacific meal with the accents of the west coast. While the Mandarin Lounge offers a more casual and relaxed atmosphere, well suited for the afternoon tea, casual dinners or cocktails.
The Mandarin Oriental San Francisco is located in the heart of the financial district, a few minutes away from the best shops and restaurants, and a few from theaters and main tourist city attractions.
Mandarin Oriental San Francisco
222 Sansome Street
San Francisco, CA 94104-2792, USA
T: +1 (415) 276 9600
F: +1 (415) 276 9304
T Free: + 1 800 622 0404
Text: Fabiola Galván ± Photo: Cortesía Mandarin Oriental San Francisco