Part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, The Luxury Collection® Hotels & Resorts with its owner partner, Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, has announced the completion of the extensive $40 million renovation of The Palace Hotel.
The San Francisco icon features redesigned guestrooms and reimagined public spaces, including the famed Garden Court.
“Entertaining generations of San Francisco’s most innovative social set, from Thomas Edison and Henry Ford to the tech titans of today, The Palace Hotel endures as the city’s most captivating destination,” stated Hoyt H. Harper II, Global Brand Leader, The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts.
The Palace Hotel, known for over a century as the arbiter of San Francisco style and society, was once at the center of America’s first Golden Age of Travel, which inspired the exquisite interior re-design of the hotel led by Beatrice Girelli of indidesign. The hotel’s 556 luxuriously-appointed guest rooms, including 55 suites, reflect a modern sophistication, complemented by original design elements, including elegant crown moldings that frame wrought-iron windows and solid oak doors adorned with brass monogrammed knobs.