The Penthouse Suite at The Fairmont San Francisco
IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK...
Spanning the entire eighth floor of the historic Main Building of The Fairmont San Francisco boutique hotel, The Penthouse Suite offers 6,000 square feet of luxury. Created in the Roaring Twenties by famed American archaeologist and art historian, Arthur Upham Pope, this San Francisco Penthouse epitomizes the opulence and distinctive design of this singular time period. After an exquisite restoration, The Penthouse suite sets the standard for luxurious living and breathtaking event venues today.
in addition to offering one-of-a-kind accommodations, The Penthouse suite provides an unforgettable setting for important occasions ranging from lavish San Francisco weddings to high-profile meetings. This landmark suite can beautifully accommodate seated dinners for up to 60 or receptions for up to 150 guests.
The suite features three large bedrooms, a living room with a grand piano, a formal dining room, a professional-grade kitchen, a two-story circular library crowned by a rotunda where a celestial map is rendered in gold leaf against a sapphire sky, a billiard room coved in handcrafted Persian tile from floor to vaulted ceiling, and an expansive terrace with sweeping views of San Francisco.
A gourmet kitchen stocked with fresh organic items from the Ferry Building Farmer’s Market, a selection of California wines, designer stemware and china, personalized robes, luxury linens & bath products and fresh flowers as well as an exclusive selection of amenities developed for each individual guest will enhance your experience when purchasing our Penthouse Package.
WORLD CLASS SUITE
The Penthouse offers an unparalleled pedigree among hotel suites today. As the home-away-from-home for U.S. Presidents and world leaders, the suite has witnessed history-changing events and served as the meeting place for leaders of the Big Four as they prepared to draft the United Nations Charter at The Fairmont in 1945. Plus, it’s breathtakingly beautiful,” comments Regional Vice President and General Manager Thomas Klein.
From royalty to rock stars, the world’s elite have called The Penthouse home. President John F. Kennedy, Prince Charles of Wales, Mick Jagger, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole, and Marlene Dietrich are just a few of the luminaries to grace the suite’s gilded guest list.
The Fairmont San Francisco boutique hotel and its five-star restoration team, led by Champalimaud Design, have revitalized the iconic Penthouse as of the world’s ultimate luxury suites.