Canopy by Hilton San Francisco SoMa opened last month, marking the lifestyle brand’s debut in the Golden Gate City.
The 12-storey, 78,000-square-foot property is located in San Francisco’s South of Market (SoMa) district, which is conveniently situated next to Union Square, Mission Bay, Oracle Park and Moscone Center, the city’s largest convention center.
The hotel is also within walking distance to Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), countless restaurants and bars and transit centers.
Canopy by Hilton San Francisco SoMa has 194 guestrooms including two penthouse suites, all featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and modern amenities like SMEG mini-fridges and Nespresso machines.
Designed for intuitive comfort, the rooms are outfitted with sliding barn doors, support and temperature control, large walk-in rain showers and generously sized arrival and “getting ready” spaces.
Three venues fill the food and beverage needs of guests. The Bean Bar, located on street-level, serves barista-prepared hot and cold beverages alongside fresh pastries and frittatas. The Social, situated off the lobby, offers food and drink in a modern atmosphere, and features Canopy’s signature evening tasting program. And, Shelby’s Rooftop delivers 270-degree views of downtown San Francisco with its menus of handcrafted cocktails and small bites.
The hotel also has five meeting rooms offering 4,400 square feet of event space, and a fitness center.
“The opening of Canopy by Hilton San Francisco SoMa marks Hilton’s first lifestyle hotel in the city,” said Jenna Hackett, brand leader, Canopy by Hilton. “Joining close to 40 Canopy by Hilton properties around the world, this hotel invites travelers and locals alike to experience sophisticated comfort, elevated design and bespoke culinary offerings that are a natural extension of the neighborhood.”
“We are thrilled to welcome guests to Canopy by Hilton San Francisco SoMa, where it is our mission to offer guests a place to gather for an upscale, authentically local experience,” said Jeff Ossenkop, general manager. “Surrounded by boutique shops, renowned restaurants, esteemed art galleries and more, we look forward to becoming an active member of this exciting SoMa community.”