The hotel is situated at just one mile away from the Bay Bridge, the Embarcadero, North Beach and the Coit Tower.
Outside the hotel the Sidewalk of Fame is located bearing the prints of the hands of some of the most famous celebrities like Danny Glover, Whoopie Goldberg and Tony Curtis. Features of the hotel are simply exclusive. Backdrops in dramatic black, silver and white blend well with bright orange and cobalt blue splashes help in the creation of an effect that is truly modern in every way. Movies in Diva style are played in the lobby on the large TV with flat screen.
At the outlet Starbuck I ensure to have a light dinner each time I stay at the hotel. Mexican cuisine is served in the lobby at Colibri. Every morning served is the gourmet coffee on complimentary basis at the lounge in six floors. Guests can have access to any of the three lounges offering access to wireless internet.
I get all the urgent business activities completed by making the best use of faxes, printers, computers, photo copy services offered at the business centre which is open all the twenty four hours of the day. Also at easy access are the equipment for training in weights and cardiovascular equipment at the fitness centre to feel rejuvenated and refreshed any time I want. Services for purchasing tickets to the theatre, touring and transportation are offered by the concierge staff at the hotel.
The 115 guestrooms are basically smoke free zones designed and conceived by a San Francisco architect Olle Lundberg. All rooms are well furnished with cable TV, telephones and desk lamps in designer style and lots more thus ensuring guests a convenient stay on each visit. The walls are painted in white and carpets are in cobalt blue shade which is reminiscent of the ocean liner of the 1930s