Description of the conference facilities and meeting rooms
The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco specializes in complementing the ideal Financial District hotel with impeccable service to create unforgettable business events. From exclusive board meetings, to product launches or corporate-wide celebrations, we orchestrate meetings that never cease to impress from beginning to end. In September 2014, the award-winning downtown San Francisco hotel will unveil a complete renovation of its grand Ballroom, conference rooms and board rooms. Inspired by alluring designs of couture fashion, fine tailoring and the architecture of San Francisco, the reimagined spaces will exude a modern classic feel and encompass more than 23,000 square feet.
Located in the heart of one of the world's favorite cities, The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco holds the highest rating - Forbes Four-Star and AAA Five-Diamond - providing the ultimate in personalized service, comfort and luxury. With the historic cable car accessible right outside its doors and just steps away from world class shopping in Union Square and the heart of the Financial District, this 336-room hotel provides easy access to the most visited areas and attractions. Discover globally-inspired California cuisine by Chef Michael Rotondo at Parallel 37 crafted with the season’s finest ingredients, or relax in The Lounge over a menu of classic bites and cocktails overlooking the City skyline. In September 2014, the hotel will unveil a complete renovation of its grand Ballroom and conference spaces encompassing more than 23,000 square feet, inspired by the alluring designs of couture fashion, fine tailoring and classic architecture of San Francisco. The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco looks forward to providing a unique and memorable experience in a 1909 architectural landmark.
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