Occupying the top 10 floors of a 48-story building in the financial district, the Mandarin Oriental San Francisco towers over the city of San Francisco, Calif. The California Street Cable Car is located one-half block from this property.
The Mandarin Oriental features an Asian-inspired lobby dramatically defined with cream, gold and black color schemes. Brasserie S&P's floor to ceiling windows showcase Californian signature dishes, fresh local produce, seafood, and specially designed cocktails, some including homemade specialty tonics. Breakfast is available daily in the brasserie. A 24-hour staffed business center houses three flat-screen computers and offers a range of business services. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is provided in public areas. Five rooms offer 3,900 square feet of function space that accommodates group events. A fitness center features cardiovascular machines equipped with individual televisions and headsets, and strength-training machines. Guests have access to the full-service spa featuring beauty services, body scrubs, wraps and treatments as well as facials, manicures and massages. Chinese and Swedish massage may be scheduled. The hotel offers discounted passes to a fitness center located across the street. Clefs d'Or concierge staff respond to guests' requests.
The Mandarin Oriental San Francisco offers 158 guestrooms that occupy floors 38-48. Guestrooms feature beds draped beneath 440-thread-count Egyptian-cotton sheets. Color palettes reflect cinnamon-red hues that play colorfully against the rooms' Asian accents. Bathrooms are clad in Italian marble and are stocked with Molton Brown or Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. Beds are oversized and raised slightly higher than normal to afford comfortably reclined views of bay and city nighttime panoramas. Bedside controls dim the lights. Wood furnishings are crafted from mahogany and feature gold-leaf accents. Sheer window treatments are delicately designed with ginko-leaf patterns. All rooms are equipped with high-speed Internet access for a fee, flat-panel televisions, and CD and DVD players.