MIAMI—Virgin Hotels plans to open and operate a new hotel in San Francisco this summer. The property will be managed by Virgin Hotels and developed by Paradigm Hotels Group.
Virgin Hotels CEO Raul Leal commented, “San Francisco is a dynamic, forward-thinking city that embodies so much of what Virgin Hotels stands for and is already home to many fans of the Virgin brand. As a top domestic and international travel hub for both business and leisure alike, San Francisco is an ideal location for our next Virgin Hotel.”
Located close to Yerba Buena Gardens, Virgin Hotels San Francisco will offer 196 chambers and grand chamber suites; multiple F&B outlets, including the brand’s flagship space, The Commons Club; a coffee shop; meeting spaces; and a rooftop bar.
The property is a new-build located at 250 Fourth St., serving as neighbor to many cultural attractions within the area, as well as the Moscone Center. It will also be in close proximity to the new Central Subway Station, which upon opening in 2019 will connect South of Market with Union Sq. and Chinatown.
Virgin Hotels Chicago opened in 2015, and the brand recently unveiled plans to open additional properties in New Orleans; Silicon Valley, CA; Nashville, TN; and Palm Springs, CA. Hotels in Dallas and New York City are currently under construction, slated to open in 2018 and 2019, respectively.