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Warwick San Francisco offering special packages to celebrate stylish new look

To celebrate The Warwick San Francisco’s new fresh contemporary look, the hotel is offering two special packages you might want to consider for your next trip to the City by the Bay. The “Now & Then” package for $499 per night, not including taxes, subject to availability and bookable until Labor Day (September 1), 2014 that includes:

New modern flair at the Warwick
Courtesy Warwick Hotels
  • Fireplace Loft Suite accommodations
  • Two ‘Now & Then’ cocktail pairings in The European Bar & Lounge; the cocktail pairs a contemporary beverage alongside the drink in its vintage form
  • Four-course dinner for two from highly acclaimed Chef Casey Thompson, making her San Francisco debut in the newly opened Aveline restaurant
  • Signature welcome amenity from Aveline restaurant
  • Complimentary wireless Internet access

The other deal is called “Welcome Back and comes with a deluxe guest room, two signature welcome cocktails and complimentary Internet access with for rates that start at $229 per night, not including taxes and subject to availability. “Welcome Back” is bookable until Labor Day, 2014 and represents a 25% discount per night on starting rates.

All rooms are equipped with coffee/tea makers, refrigerator, personal care amenities, daily newspaper (Monday-Friday), air conditioning, and bathrobes and slippers. Also available are a 24-hour business center and access to an off-site fitness center. Some suites have working fireplaces. For view-lovers, corner guestrooms look out over the bustling San Francisco Theatre District. views. All guests can enjoy complimentary daily afternoon tea, coffee in the lobby area; valet parking is available for an additional fee.

The refreshed rooms now offer soft lighting, residential furnishings, and a refined color palate of greys and whites with pops of golden yellow and cobalt blue hues. The original headboards, armoires, gargoyles, some timeless moldings and light fixtures have been preserved, honoring the hotel’s innovative architect, Arthur Brown Jr., also the designer of the iconic and newly renovated Coit Tower as well as San Francisco’s stunning City Hall. Historic photographs curated from the San Francisco Public Library’s archives can be found throughout the building. When it first opened as the Maryland Hotel in 1913, The San Francisco Chronicle called it “the house of sunshine and hospitality.” The reason for the name Maryland Hotel remains a mystery today.

The residential-style hotel is conveniently parked two blocks from San Francisco’s iconic Union Square and in the heart of The City’s thriving Theatre District at 490 Geary Street. For reservations call 415-928-7900 or visit

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