Stanton Architecture completed the renovation and rebranding of the Hotel Milano into the Hotel Zetta in 2013. Located in San Francisco’s South of Market district, this hotel has been renovated to reflect the tech-savvy clientele that flock to this area. Our work included the interior of the public spaces and minor exterior upgrades on the first and second floors of this eight-story building in the heart of downtown. In conjunction with Dawson Design Associates, we rebuilt the lobby bar, the entrance canopy and the meeting rooms on the second floor. Our team also rebuilt the hotel restaurant, rebranded as The Cavalier Restaurant, which has been named one of San Francisco’s best new dining spots. Equally as important in this renovation were upgrades in line with ADA guidelines, water-efficient plumbing and hotel kitchen upgrades.
Stanton Architecture recently completed upgrades at the Hotel Zelos located in downtown San Francisco. In addition to modernizing and updating the lobby and public space of the hotel, Stanton Architecture also worked on the redesign of the hotel restaurant. This involved transforming the well-loved fifth floor restaurant into the new Dirty Habit, a trendy restaurant with heated outdoor patio seating and a well regarded- cocktail menu. The restaurant has quickly become a destination for San Franciscans and visitors alike.
The Hampton Inn Downtown is a fifteen-story, four-star hotel completed in 2015. The hotel contains 174 rooms and includes a green roof planted with native California grasses. The ground floor contains retail space. The upper floors of the hotel are set back in order to maintain the scale of the existing buildings in the immediate vicinity at the street front. The lower portion of the building is clad in a terracotta veneer, while the upper and rear portions of the building are clad with a more modern metallic panel. Accent panels at the window openings create continuity between the upper and lower levels. This hotel is the first hotel project in the city to break ground after the 2008 recession, and one of the only high-rise hotels in San Francisco to break ground in the past fifteen years.
The Hotel Zephyr, formerly known as the Radisson Fisherman’s Wharf, has recently undergone a major renovation and remodel. The renovation included guestroom and accessibility upgrades, a complete redesign of the public spaces along with an extensive outdoor courtyard remodel. The eclectic nautical theme is carried throughout the entire hotel and extends outside into a funky patio adorned with multiple fire pits, ideal for relaxing and entertaining. This hotel, the largest at Fisherman’s Wharf, was initially built as a Travelodge in the early 1960’s and later expanded in 2000 with a new wing (also designed by SA), to become the Radisson Fisherman's Wharf.
The 701 3rd Street Hotel is a 230 room, 103,000 square feet full service hotel located near AT&T Park in San Francisco. The LEED Platinum project includes vegetated roofs, a grey water system, and highly sustainable mechanical systems. There is a public courtyard at the ground level and roof decks for hotel guests on the 9th and 12th levels. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid 2016 and will be completed at the end of 2017.
Courtyard Marriott San Francisco
The newly renovated Courtyard Marriott was previously known as Hotel Maurice, a historic hotel located at 761 Post Street in the Nob Hill district of San Francisco. Stanton Architecture was hired to oversee the renovation and seismic upgrade of this seventeen-story, 58,000 sq. ft. hotel. Our work includes the modernization of the existing 150 rooms, as well as the addition of 16 new rooms. A contemporary bar was added in the lobby, contrasting a modern social space with the existing historic features. The Courtyard Marriott offers a comfortable, high-quality hotel experience convenient to downtown and Union Square.
A boutique hotel near Union Square, the Marker invites you to indulge your senses at an award-winning four-star San Francisco hotel, where warm service and elegant surprise take you a world away. A romantic San Francisco hotel, we take that excitement of an era when travel was a rare adventure and bring it into contemporary reality with signature Kimpton Hotels hospitality and style.
Located on a former industrial site, this innovative 213,000 sq. ft. mixed use development features an 84-key all-suites hotel along with 35,000 sq. ft. of retail, an ocean-view restaurant and parking for 475 vehicles. The hotel branches out from a three-story atrium lobby oriented around a generous fireplace with balconies at each level. To reduce the hotel’s scale it is broken down into four identifiable buildings – the main “grand hotel” and three guest cottages. All 84 guest rooms face southwest with panoramic ocean views.
Radisson Fisherman's Wharf
Over the past 15 years, Stanton Architecture has worked on several renovations of this former 1950’s Travelodge. As a result this hotel was transformed a vibrant mixed-use project that includes continuous street level retail, structured parking and a 71,000 sq. ft. addition which includes 25,000 sq. ft. of retail, 106 new hotel guestrooms and a new parking level. Within the past several years, we completed a renovation of the fitness room, revamped their retail space, and added several more guestrooms to the hotel.