490 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 - Reservations + 1 415 928 7900 - email@example.com
Traditional patterns, tonal colours, tactile fabrics and signature furnishings surround guests in 74 classic hotel rooms including...
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San Francisco’s allure lies brilliantly in merging expectations with flashes of unpredictability.
The Warwick San Francisco is a captivating reflection of the city in which it resides, striking a perfect balance between authentic history and modern hospitality. Ideally located just steps from bustling Union Square and its world-class shopping, theaters and landmark attractions, the Warwick is a residential-style hideaway at the intersection of action and allure.
Guests need to venture no further than the lobby for an authentic taste of San Francisco. Aveline, is the Warwick’s innovative dining concept by Chef Casey Thompson featuring her soulful new Californian cooking. Just across the elegant lobby, The European, is a stylish and intimate bar serving European influenced cocktails with a local twist.
Notably, the Warwick shares the same architect as San Francisco’s Coit Tower and City Hall, Arthur Brown Jr. A historic hotel for the modern traveler, the Beaux-Arts style hotel was established in 1913 as The Maryland Hotel and was affectionately called, “The House of Sunshine and Hospitality.”
Throughout the hotel’s design and service, stories of past and present are told. In its simplicity and grace, The Warwick San Francisco does not dictate the experience of its guests; rather it serves as an elegant backdrop for their own distinct story to unfold.