Breaking News: The St. Regis San Francisco Unveils Newly Designed Guest Rooms, Meeting and Event Spaces
The St. Regis San Francisco, the city’s premier address for luxury accommodations, gracious service and timeless elegance, is pleased to unveil the redesign of the hotel’s guestrooms and meeting and event spaces. The refresh 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 St. Regis’ high standards and rich heritage, we are equally committed to meeting the evolving needs of today’s traveler, 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. “We are very pleased to introduce our new interior design to San Francisco and to our guests from around the world.”
Namesake of the famed St. Regis Hotel in New York City, founded by John Jacob Astor in 1904 and synonymous worldwide with design excellence, European-style elegance and personalized “anticipatory service,” The St. Regis San Francisco introduced a new dimension of luxury and gracious living to San Francisco, personified by the signature St. Regis butler service, when it opened in 2005. The hotel remains the crowning jewel of the Yerba Buena cultural corridor, steps from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and proximate to Union Square, the financial district and the Moscone Convention Center.
“This has been a wonderful opportunity for us to return to The St. Regis San Francisco,” said Boris Mathias, co-CEO of Chapi Chapo Design. “Our goal was to honor St. Regis’ distinctive heritage while refreshing the property with a design that captures San Francisco’s innovative spirit, rich history and natural beauty, and to…