• AC Hotel San Francisco Announces Open Date

     
    POSTED July 25, 2017
     

AC Hotel San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront will open in September 2017. The location is the newest property in Marriott's AC Hotel collection and is located 10 minutes from San Francisco International Airport.

The brand-new waterfront property will have 187 guest rooms and 8,000 square feet of meeting space divided into five state-of-the-art meeting rooms. Catering is available, and there is a rentable media salon that guests can also utilize. The hotel features an entire glass wall facing the San Francisco Bay as well as a central al fresco courtyard. AC Hotels are designed to appeal to business travelers and vacationers with open-concept layouts and sophisticated design evocative of a European experience. The hotel features calming neutral color palettes and crisp white linens, open closet systems and sleek hardwood floors.

Guests can enjoy flexible options for meals at either the "Grab-n-Go" station of the buffet breakfast. The hotel offers a 24-hour fitness center, an indoor heated pool, a library, a complimentary airport shuttle, complimentary parking and the AC Store, which has a selection of locally sourced beverages and snacks. The new AC Hotel San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront is 1 mile from the nearst Caltrain station, where guests can take public transport to San Francisco. The Oyster Point inlet of the San Francisco Bay is perfect for running, biking and fishing.

Catalina Island, consistently ranked one of the best island getaways by various media outlets, has always been a tourist destination. But in the past few years, the island's new additions of meeting facilities and other accommodations have transformed the island from a popular vacation spot to a desirable meeting destination. 

 

The Spa at the Estate Yountville recently underwent the largest renovation in the Napa Valley area, including a rebranding of the entire 22-acre property. 

 
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