The Westin San Francisco Airport completes USD10m renovation

The Westin San Francisco Airport said it has completed an extensive USD10 million dollar renovation.

The new design combines relaxing yet invigorating elements creating an environment ideal for business and leisure travelers alike.

“The Westin San Francisco Airport has always been an important hotel to visitors and locals alike,” stated General Manager, Tom Scaramellino. “It was our goal to create a hotel which best served the needs of our many loyal and future social, leisure and corporate guests. We believe the well-planned space and thoughtful design achieved our ultimate goal of enhancing the overall guest experience.”

The hotel features a variety of dining options. The upgraded Runway Cafe is ideal for families on their way out to enjoy the sights as well as the business traveler on the go. The Cafe is a full service coffee bar offering both items prepared to order and freshly packaged meals for expedited service. The Grill & Vine Restaurant serves three meals daily.

Westin Hotels & Resorts is owned by Ultima Hospitality, the hotel investment and management division of Waterton Associates. Waterton is headquartered in Chicago with seven regional offices in the United States and currently manages over USD3.8 billion in real estate investments, including Ultima´s portfolio of 13 hotels.