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4 San Francisco hotels reopening after pandemic closures

The exterior of a residential hotel
The Good Hotel on Seventh Street in San Francisco's SoMa District will reopen as Hotel Garrett. | Source: Camille Cohen/The Standard

Four San Francisco hotels are set to reopen and rebrand for the first time since the pandemic, the San Francisco Business Times reported.

Three of the hotels, located in the South of Market neighborhood, are accepting bookings in time for November's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.

Chicago-based Oxford Hotels & Resorts is preparing makeovers for the following locations:

  • The four-story, 143-room Best Western Americana hotel at 121 Seventh St., built in 1967, will reopen as the SoMa House San Francisco.
  • The five-story, 117-room Good Hotel at 112 Seventh St. in SoMa, built in 1911, will reopen as the Hotel Garrett.
  • The three-story, 48-room Best Western Carriage Inn at 140 Seventh St. in SoMa, built in 1980, will reopen as the Hotel Fiona.
  • The six-story, 110-room Hotel Vertigo, at 940 Sutter St. in Nob Hill, built in 1925, will reopen as the Hotel Julian.

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The three SoMa hotels are accepting bookings beginning in mid-September, although they do not appear to be open for Dreamforce, which runs from Sept. 12 to Sept. 14 this year.

Oxford Hotels did not respond to a request for comment.

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