Laurent-Perrier champagne flowed freely at the launch of The 1907 Club, The Fairmont San Francisco’s appropriately named local loyalty program which got off to a bubbly start at a champagne reception at the stately Nob Hill hotel on March 5. Originally planned to take place in the hotel’s famous Penthouse Suite, the response from the community was so great that the soiree was moved to the equally famed Gold Room.
Guests sipped, noshed and mingled at the soiree before Thomas Klein, regional vice president and general manager, California region, took the microphone to welcome them to the event to announce The 1907 Club.
Named after the year the iconic Fairmont San Francisco opened its illustrious doors to guests, the 1907 Club is a complimentary program that enables members to thoroughly enjoy the hotel’s delicious dining options, unique activities and famed events. Upon joining the 1907 Club, members receive exclusive club offers and invitations to special functions such as themed receptions and dinners, food and retail pop-ups and more! Members also enjoy the following benefits:
- Laurel Court Restaurant & Bar: 20% discount off Lunch and 15% discount off Dinner
- Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar : 15% discount off Dinner & Entertainment Cover Fee Waived
- Caffé Cento: 15% off any purchase and a free medium cup of coffee with food purchase
- Corkage Fee Waived for 1st bottle ($10 for 2nd; $15 for each additional) in the hotel’s restaurants
- Complimentary 2-Hour Parking (validated when dining at the hotel)
The effervescent evening also included a preview screening of the documentary A Year in Champagne, the second film in a wine trilogy following the award-winning documentary A Year in Burgundy. (The third will be A Year in Port, which is currently in post-production.)