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The San Francisco Marriott Marquis has unveiled its transformation focused on thoughtful design. One of the largest hotels in the city, the redesigned hotel continues to be a staple in the skyline.

“At Marriott Hotels, we strive to continually evolve the travel experience to ensure the spaces and amenities within our properties encourage our guests to reach their full creative potential,” said Manny Rappenecker, vice president, Marriott Hotels, in a statement. “San Francisco has long been home to, and a destination for, progressive, inspired thinkers. The refreshed design of the San Francisco Marriott Marquis will satisfy our guests’ desires to stay curious and learn something new during their travels.”

The newly-renovated 1,500 guestrooms and suites have been redesigned to meet today’s traveler’s needs. Smart TVs are equipped with streaming services including Netflix and Hulu and curated TED Talks to provide guests with inspirational content right at their fingertips.

“As much today as we did when we first opened our doors 30 years ago, we want to create an inspiring environment for our guests, now through a revamped experience that invites them to let their minds travel,” said Mike Kass, general manager of the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, in a statement. “New and returning travelers alike will be part of our new chapter, while still paying tribute to the property as a cherished landmark in San Francisco’s rich history and remarkable landscape.”

The hotel’s public spaces have additionally been reconceptualized, including the all-day M Club lounge, multiple dining options, and 24-hour full health and fitness center. Located on the second floor, the M Club offers guests an exclusive relaxed setting to complete the day’s work or to socialize and unwind.

“As much today as we did when we first opened our doors 30 years ago, we want to create an inspiring environment for our guests, now through a revamped experience that invites them to let their minds travel,” said Mike Kass, General Manager of the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. “New and returning travelers alike will be part of our new chapter, while still paying tribute to the property as a cherished landmark in San Francisco’s rich history and remarkable landscape.”

The hotel’s public spaces have additionally been reconceptualized, including the all-day M Club lounge, multiple dining options, and a 24-hour full health and fitness center. The View Lounge is the hotel’s rooftop bar on the 39th floor. Additional on-property dining options include Mission Street Pantry, an urban marketplace, and B55 Craft House and Kitchen, serving San Francisco-inspired dishes, craft beers, bourbons, and wine by the glass.

Centrally located in San Francisco’s prime SoMa district, the Marriott Marquis is steps away from city landmarks and attractions, including the Yerba Buena Gardens, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Moscone Convention Center, and Westfield San Francisco prime shopping destination.

For more information, go to www.sfmarriottmarquis.com. For San Francisco insight, click here and here.

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