It isn’t only housewives that are getting facelifts nowadays. On January 7 The Fairmont San Francisco unveiled their newly remodeled penthouse with a party. Now A-list guests have something to be happy about; the new look is to die for, not to mention the ultimate in elegance and sophistication. Perhaps it is the 6,000-square-foot piece of heaven that takes over the entire 8th floor or the breathtaking views of the city that make this new suite fit for royalty. Renovations began early August of last year, costing a total of $20 million.
Expect to pay about $15,000 per night, which basically gives you all the requirements of a home with three large bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and formal dining room. The formal dinning room can seat up to thirteen guests, plus there is a two-story circular library for all those literary aficionados. Enjoy a laid back evening playing billiards in the billiard room, decadently cover from floor to vaulted-ceiling in Persian tile. By the end of the evening step outside to the terrace to take in that California air and enjoy the city lights as you sip wine by the fountain. Of course no suite is ever complete without a private elevator to carry you to your own piece of heaven.
Don’t forget to bring your friends and family along for the ride. The property also has 591 guest rooms that can accommodate your near and dear ones. Just make sure to get the penthouse for yourself and let the others visit. It will be well worth it.
Via: Smart Meetings