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The Scarlet Huntington

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The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington San Francisco California United States
The Scarlet Huntington
True to its name, the Scarlet Huntington makes use of sumptuous reds throughout the hotel, from its brick facade to its Passion Suite decorated in shades of ruby. Formerly the illustrious Huntington Hotel, the Nob Hill property became the stomping grounds for San Francisco’s artistic and financial elite after opening in 1924. Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, and Desmond Tutu all called the Huntington home at one point. After a change in ownership in 2011 and a $15 million renovation, the hotel reopened as the Scarlet Huntington in 2014.
 
Now 20th-century Hollywood meets modern chic in this design-centric property. Antique mirrors and hand-carved lounge chairs juxtapose teal faux snakeskin-covered headboards and dramatic silk curtains. The union of history and contemporary luxury extends to the boutique hotel’s Big 4 Restaurant, named for the group of businessmen and philanthropists who built the Central Pacific Railroad and dominated Nob Hill in the late 1800s. Chartreuse leather-upholstered banquettes, nightly live piano music, and dark wood accents give the space an air of old-school glamour.
1075 California St, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA
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