Hautels: The Palace Hotel – A Landmark Stay

For a location to mix business with pleasure there is no other place to stay than the iconic Palace Hotel in San Francisco. The Palace Hotel’s legacy spans back to 1875 when it was first built in the heart of San Francisco.

After the 1906 earthquake the Palace Hotel was rebuilt and rejuvenated with a knack for luxury and a timeless ambiance. The pristine and elegant architecture highlight your foreseen unforgettable stay. The Palace Hotel is located on New Montgomery Street presiding next to the towering skyscrapers of San Francisco’s Financial District. Its premiere location provides convenient access to the most noteworthy attractions San Francisco has to offer.

If experience and shopping is what you crave, Union Square, Chinatown and the Moscone Convention Center are all just a few blocks away through the bustling streets of the city. Other city landmarks such as Fisherman’s Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, AT&T Park, and countless museums are closely situated and a short drive away.

The historic lineage of the Palace Hotel has been showered with awards for decades. Some of the most prestigious are its ability to claim two landmark statuses. The hotel achieved landmark status in 1969 for The Garden Court and in 1980 for the hotel itself. Recently in 2010, The Palace was awarded AAA Four Diamond Award and was named Elite Meetings Certified.

The Palace Hotel is complete with 553 elegant guest rooms and décor-driven ample suites. The Palace is well known for it’s extensive 53,000 square feet of meeting space. Te space is divided up into 23 rooms, which include 3 extravagant ballrooms, 4 accommodating boardrooms and a monumental Garden Court. Whether a posh and professional business meeting is the aim of your stay or a memorable and convenient experience in the crux of San Francisco, the Palace Hotel will cater to your every need.

Located on 2 Montgomery Street San Francisco, CA 94105 make sure to call (415) 512- 1111 or visit www.sfpalace.com and reserve a relaxing stay furnished with decadence at one of San Francisco’s hautest landmarks.

Like Haute Living San Francisco? Join our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @HauteLivingSF. Want Haute Living San Francisco delivered to your inbox once a week? Sign up for our newsletter.