The privately owned Orchard Hotel is a boutique property located two blocks from Nob Hill and Union Square in San Francisco, Calif. The theater district is positioned 3 blocks away.
Opened in 2000, the non-smoking Orchard Hotel boasts a marble-clad lobby decorated with a waterfall fountain and a bronze-cast statue dubbed "Spring Awakening." The hotel chef purchases produce for The Daffodil Restaurant from small organic farms and prepares dinners of New American cuisine. Gracious table settings include linen tablecloths, Rosenthal china and jewel-handled Athena-pattern silverware. Fanciful lighting illuminates a bar that serves whole-leaf teas, specialty cocktails and more than 100 selections of wine.
The hotel's function room provides natural lighting and accommodates up to 20 people. A lobby laptop computer is available for guest use, and 24-hour front desk staff offer fax and photocopy services. Complimentary wireless Internet access is provided throughout the property. An exercise facility is equipped with cardiovascular equipment and the hotel offers discounted passes to a nearby full-service fitness center.
The 10-story Orchard Hotel offers 104 guestrooms styled with soft-toned fabrics and subtle dove-gray diamond-patterned wallpaper. Designed for the Orchard Hotel, the furniture consists of nyatoh Balinese wood. Beds are draped in 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens. Armoires contain DVD and CD players with 5 surround-sound stereo speakers and complimentary movies. All accommodations feature complimentary wireless Internet access. Room amenities include coffeemakers and minibars. Bathrooms feature marble-top vanities, inlaid marble floors, Art Deco light fixtures and Organic bath products.