Palace Hotel San Francisco
2 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California 94105Originally built in 1875 for $5 million, the Palace Hotel has long been considered one of the world's grandest hotels. Famous guests of the Palace Hotel include Winston Churchill, Thomas Edison, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, Mark Twain, John David Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, Barbara Bush, Bob and Elizabeth Dole, and Hillary Clinton. A $160 million restoration of this luxury 553-room
Marble columns, vaulted ceilings, ornate gold leaf sconces, stained glass and Austrian leaded crystal chandeliers are complemented by original art pieces located throughout the Palace Hotel. Maxfield Parrish's mural, "The Pied Piper of Hamlin," is valued at $2.5 million and hangs in the Pied Piper Bar that adjoins Maxfield's, the hotel's casual restaurant.
Palace Hotel LocationLocated in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, the Palace Hotel is one-half block from shopping, one block from the Entertainment District, two blocks from the convention center, five blocks from the
Palace Hotel AccommodationsThe hotel's 553 rooms include 34 suites. Guest rooms feature bathrooms with marble vanity, tiled flooring, hair dryer, magnifying mirror, telephone and deluxe amenities. Hotel rooms have individually-controlled heat
Palace Hotel SuitesThe Palace Hotel has 29 one and two-bedroom suites and four grand suites. The Ambassador Suite, the Chancellor's Suite, the Governor's Suite and the Presidential Suite include original fireplaces (local fire code prevents their use), marble vanity with deluxe bathroom amenities and a Jacuzzi.
Palace Hotel Dining and EntertainmentThe hotel has three restaurants. The Garden Court, the hotel's formal restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and afternoon tea. Maxfield's serves classic American fare for lunch and dinner. Adjoining Maxfield's is the Pied Piper Bar,
Additional FacilitiesThe hotel has a full-service business center; a fitness center with a whirlpool, sauna and sky lit 3-lane lap pool and 45,000 sq. ft. of banquet facilities. The hotel's three ballrooms are named: The Grand, The Ralston and The Gold.
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