Fifteen years after its opening, St. Regis San Francisco, the city’s premier address for luxury accommodations, has unveiled redesigned guestrooms and meeting and event spaces. It was done in collaboration with Toronto-based Chapi Chapo Design, a multidisciplinary design house whose principals played key roles in the original design of the property.
“While we remain ever dedicated to upholding the hotel’s high standards and rich heritage, we are equally committed to meeting the evolving needs of today’s traveller, and particularly of the young professionals who bring such energy and creative thinking to today’s workplace,” said Jacqueline Volkart, general manager of the hotel.
The 260 rooms and suites have been refitted with customised furniture, exclusive to the hotel. New room seating includes chairs and ottomans designed both for lounging and working. Viewed through layered smoked desk glass, California’s glorious panoramas, as captured by legendary landscape photographer Ansel Adams, evoke the dreamy intrigue of a Dashiell Hammett novel.
The redesign also focuses on enhancing its 15,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces, creating refined, comfortable and innovative areas designed to facilitate conversation and collaboration.