With an air of grace and simplicity, Warwick San Francisco is an elegant, historic hotel offering classic accommodation.
Just steps from Union Square, the Warwick San Francisco is close to some of the city’s best landmarks, theatres and shopping centers. This luxury boutique hotel offers guests a mix of authentic history and modern hospitality. A Beaux-Arts building, it was first established as The Maryland Hotel in 1913, designed by architect Arthur Brown Jr. The hotel’s decor is very tasteful, with a grey and white color scheme, elaborate crown molding, chandeliers, pillars and dark wood furnishings. The Warwick reflects the style and simplicity of its historic building. The hospitality is friendly and professional.
The guestrooms at Warwick San Francisco are designed to blend the comforts of the modern world with the history of the hotel. The beds feature an antique, repurposed headboard. The decor is sophisticated and classic, with hues of navy blue, yellow and white. The walls are adorned with historic San Francisco photographs, and the antique armoire adds distinct character. Some rooms at the hotel include a charming window bench with views of the city. The well-designed bathrooms feature backlit vanity mirrors, plush slippers and bathrobes.
Aveline at Warwick San Francisco is a sophisticated restaurant with an inviting atmosphere. The restaurant features a cozy alcove, wood canopy and ambient mirrors. The menu serves fresh, seasonal ingredients from local artisans and farms. Additionally, The European is a chic, intimate bar at the hotel, with a fireplace hearth, warm tones and banquette seating. The menu includes cocktails made with European spirits.
Union Square is the Fifth Avenue of San Francisco and is considered the main area of the city. An upscale district with elegant stores and plenty of action, the neighborhood is known as the primary shopping destination of San Francisco with elegant stores and designer labels. Stores like Gucci, Gumps, Saks and Macy's keep visitors busy for hours. Union Square also has a good selection of restaurants and nightlife with options like Farallon, Millennium, Starlight Room and Cantina. For cutting-edge shows by playwrights like Tony Kushner, American Conservatory Theater is an excellent choice. Union Square also offers a lot of attractions to choose from such as the Hallidie Building and Victory Monument.