The Penthouse Suite, is 6,000 square feet and takes up the entire eighth floor of the historic Main Building of The Fairmont San Francisco. It was designed in the roaring 1920’s, by renowned American archaeologist and art historian, Arthur Upham Pope.
Many of the rich and famous, such as President John F. Kennedy, Prince Charles of Wales and Marlene Dietrich, have stayed in this opulent Penthouse Suite. This three-bedroom suite features a two-story circular library, a billiard room covered in hand-made Persian tiles from floor to ceiling and a sweeping terrace with breathtaking views of San Francisco. To ensure that your experience in the suite is five star, you will have your very own butler, housekeeper, massage therapist and personal trainer to pamper to your every need.
The Penthouse Suite also provides the gorgeous setting for weddings or special events, as it can accommodate seated dinners for up to 60 people or receptions of up to 150 guests.