Waldorf Astoria unveils plans for San Francisco property

Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts has announced plans to bring the Waldorf Astoria to San Francisco's Transbay neighbourhood.

Forming part of a new luxury two million sq ft, mixed-use complex, the property will be designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates.


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Waldorf Astoria San Francisco will be situated in the city’s new Transbay neighbourhood, in the centre of a vast redevelopment project surrounding the Transbay Transit Centre.

John Vanderslice, global head of Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts said: "Waldorf Astoria San Francisco marks our third property in California – behind La Quinta Resort in Palm Springs and the future Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills. We are thrilled to accept this extraordinary opportunity to extend our unforgettable experiences, the finest amenities, and True Waldorf Service up the West Coast."

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Waldorf Astoria to open in Dubai 

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh launches new corporate space

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