Harbor Court Unveils New Look
San Francisco-inspired lobby taps into communal-space trend
The Harbor Court San Francisco’s $10-million renovation of its 131 guestrooms and lobby uses colors inspired from the surrounding South Market (SoMa) neighborhood and waterfront to introduce guests to the city’s smart and eclectic personality, according to Jackie McGee of Perkins+Will and the hotel team with whom that firm partnered to transform the property’s interiors.
Guests entering the new rooms and suites, which range in size from 165 to 365 sq. ft., are welcomed with a palette of charcoal, chestnut and chocolate tones that complement the new urban-industrial lighting and décor pieces. A blue lumbar pillow on the bed’s white linens was chosen to represent the colors of the hotel’s waterfront location.
A blue, cream and chocolate color palette provides a chic counterpoint to eclectic seating and rustic furniture pieces in the hotel’s new lobby. In keeping with the 21st-century urban design narrative, the reimagined public spaces tap into the shared-space trend with a communal working table and “Space to Create” co-working areas. Glass-enclosed meeting rooms offer a private alternative.
“We’re thrilled to present the updated Harbor Court San Francisco to meet the needs of our guests while incorporating the hotel’s ideal location and unique culture of the city,” says Todd Metzger, GM of the property. “Our new suites and lobby were thoughtfully designed with today’s leisure and business travelers in mind, and we look forward to welcoming guests to experience the new property while providing the outstanding service they have come to expect.”