San Francisco's New Treat Is The Hotel Zetta
It doesn't seem to happen every often, so we're always a little more jazzed than usual when San Francisco gets a new hotel, and the Hotel Zetta will debut just after Valentine’s Day.
The 116-room hotel, at the junction of SoMa, Mid-Market, and Union Square, will attempt to create a work play balance with sustainable architecture that features technological and recycled elements to go along with ultramodern furnishings. The building where the hotel resides, was originally constructed in 1913, and will celebrate its hundred-year anniversary to go along with the opening.
Check out the photo gallery to get a sense of what to expect.
Hotel Zetta has yet to dish on the details of its in-house restaurant, but says it will announce its culinary partnership in the coming weeks with the intention of opening later this year.
To go along with the soft opening, the hotel is offering an “Underground Access” opening rate starting at $175 from Feb 18th through March 1st. Looks like locals have their Valentine’s Day surprise covered – slip a staycation for the end of February into that Hallmark card and call it a day.
[Photo: Viceroy Hotels]