Hotel Closure for Renovation and 30 Year Anniversary Grand Reopening:When Hotel Nikko San Francisco opened in 1987 it represented the most advanced technological and architectural Hotel design available at the time and with that same goal in mind, Takenaka Corporation will be closing the Hotel for the first time in its 30 year history in order to complete a $60 Million renovation creating completely reimagined experiences for Hotel Nikko San Francisco's guests.
Hotel Nikko San Francisco's Inspired Re-DesignHotel Nikko San Francisco has always embodied a modern Asian-inspired aesthetic taking a nod from its Japanese heritage, while constantly evolving to provide its guests accommodations that service the needs of today's travelers. In February 2016, the renovated Indoor Pool with Glass Atrium and adjoining Outdoor Terrace reopened which also included an updated outdoor dog run on the hotel's fifth floor, making the hotel one of the most pet-friendly properties in downtown San Francisco.
GuestroomsThe guestroom redesign will offer guests an urban refuge creating a home away from home at The Nikko in the heart of San Francisco. Guest rooms are residentially styled, filled with light and richly textured using an understated color palate of cool tones and vibrant touches of colors to welcome guests as they transition to their rooms. Living spaces embody the core of the guest room experience allowing guests to feel at ease with deep seated sofas, soft fabrics and organic light fixtures. Marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs and oversized showers create a further retreat for guests.
Pre-Function Event SpaceSetting the stage for the grandeur of the ballroom, the pre function area will be accented with textural lighting elements and bold colorful carpet design. Brightening the space with added lighting will activate the energy of groups of meetings. The pre function space will be elevated with artistic airy light fixtures that mimic the geometry of branches overlapping. This fixture ties the geometry of the screen panels to the natural water inspired carpet design tying the concept of natural organic elements with tailored designs.
BallroomOrganic sculptural lighting fixtures are the focal point in the dramatic ballroom. Wall screens accent the room to add a contemporary element and emphasize the height of the space and add to the grandeur of the ballroom. Smaller accents of beaded elements add a hint of texture and shimmer onto the wall surface. The design of the bold carpet pulls in the patterns and color direction from adjacent public areas to keep the fluidity of the design language throughout the property.
History:Hotel Nikko San Francisco was built and is owned by the Takenaka Corporation, a 23rd generation construction company in Japan. When the Takenaka Corporation built Hotel Nikko San Francisco in 1987 they chose to partner with Nikko Hotels International, their preferred management company at the time and now, almost 30 years later, the building is still owned by Takenaka Corporation and managed by Nikko Hotels International, quite the anomaly in today's world of nonstop Hotel consolidation and transactions.
What separates the Nikko from the crowd:
- Upcoming renovation and grand reopening in March 2017
- Same owner and management company for 30 years
- Centrally located steps away from Union Square in the heart of downtown San Francisco
- One of only five hotels in San Francisco honored to be recognized on the prestigious list of 4 Star Hotels, rated and ranked by the Forbes Travel Guide
- Consistently provides genuine, authentic service as displayed on our Trip Advisor reviews
- Dedicated on-site Sales and Reservations teams who service only our hotel
- Consistently rated as one of the Bay Area's "Best Places to Work" by the San Francisco Business Times
- Newly renovated Indoor Pool with Glass Atrium and adjoining Outdoor Terraces, available for private events, opened February 2016
- Pet friendly hotel featuring a new Outdoor Grass Dog Run.
- Feinstein's at the Nikko nightclub, featuring live entertainment in an intimate 140-seat theater