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Fairmont San Francisco

SF’s original haute hostelry

SF’s reigning grande dame, today a protected landmark, is perhaps best known as the birthplace of the United Nations (the UN Charter was signed in the property’s Garden Room in 1945). Seventy years later, the Nob Hill hostelry is as dashing as it ever was, from its magnificent Beaux Arts façade down to its 592 individually outfitted rooms and suites. A trio of restaurants – from the elegant Laurel Court to the Asian-inflected Tonga Room and adjoining tiki-themed Hurricane Bar – further burnish the credentials of this 108-year-old stalwart.


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