Hotel Nikko San Francisco, located steps from Union Square, has reopened following a three-month, $60 million renovation commemorating its 30th anniversary this year. The new design, which draws inspiration from Nikko's Japanese heritage, was implemented in 405 of the property's 533 guest rooms. The renovation also included structural upgrades to the lobby, public areas, ballroom and meeting spaces, as well as large-scale upgrades to the hotel's overall infrastructure and technology.
"We are thrilled to bring travelers a completely reimagined and elevated hotel experience in the center of San Francisco," said Anna Marie Presutti, vice-president and general manager of the property. "When Hotel Nikko San Francisco first opened, it represented the most advanced technological and architectural hotel design available of its time. We are happy to continue that legacy into our 30th year."
For meetings and events, the revamped 6,652-square-foot ballroom on the third floor features tall, metal-cut wall screens, art-inspired fixtures and furnishings, and crystal glass drop chandeliers. Hotel Nikko San Francisco provides a total of 29,000 square feet of flexible meeting space across 20 distinct rooms, which now offer the latest in audiovisual equipment as a result of the renovation.
Additional amenities include a 10,000-square-foot health club and fitness center, a 140-seat live-music venue and bar and a signature restaurant, ANZU.