Hilton Worldwide Expands Presence in San Francisco Bay Area
Friday March 7th, 2014 - 9:19AM BPKA
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SAN FRANCISCO—Hilton Worldwide and DoubleTree by Hilton have opened the new DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport North. Situated just 2.5 miles from San Francisco International Airport and four miles from downtown San Francisco, the 210-room hotel provides views of the San Francisco Bay and Marina, as well as convenient access to attractions such as Alcatraz, Chinatown and the Moscone Convention Center.
DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport North is owned by Summit Hotel Trs 114, LLC and managed by Stonebridge Companies.
"We are delighted to expand our presence in San Francisco and deliver the upscale, full-service hotel experience that both business and leisure travelers are seeking in one of the most vibrant cities in the world," stated John Greenleaf, global head, DoubleTree by Hilton.
DoubleTree by Hilton San Francisco Airport North provides a fresh design featuring earth tones to accent the rich new granite and wood fixtures and all new furniture throughout the guestrooms and public areas.
Ideally-suited to accommodate varying meeting and event needs, the hotel offers 4,200 sq. ft. of meeting and event space, including five meeting rooms that can host 10 to 160 people, and a 1,920-sq.-ft. ballroom. At Xebec Restaurant & Lounge, guests can enjoy cocktails and contemporary California cuisine prepared with a Mediterranean influence.
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