SAN FRANCISCO—Hotel Drisco, located here, has completed a comprehensive renovation. After a six-month closure, the 1903 Edwardian boutique hotel’s top-to-bottom refresh includes the renovation of all 48 guestrooms and bathrooms, including 16 suites, as well as updates to all the public areas and landscaping.
“The Hotel Drisco is an iconic property that combines traditional elegance with contemporary, residential-style comfort,” said John Spear, the hotel’s GM. “Our top priority with this renovation was to retain the local character and refined but relaxed ambiance our guests have always loved us for, while weaving in many thoughtful refinements.”
The refreshed guestrooms and suites are appointed with new custom-designed furniture and vanities, carpeting, window treatments, light fixtures and sound insulation upgrades. Nearly all guestrooms have increased square footage and feature neutral tones with hues of cream, taupe and slate with striking pops of gold. Guest bathrooms offer radiant floor heating, marble details, lighted fog-free vanity mirrors and walk-in showers. Additional enhancements include a new high-speed elevator, renovated dining room and boardroom, new hallway art and lighting, and updated carpeting in public areas.
The Hotel Drisco is a locally owned independent hotel.