It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new Marriott Vacations Club hotel opening its doors in San Franciscos backyard.
That hasn’t stopped us from getting our heads around a few other hotel-related concepts that have popped up over the last few years.
We’ve covered hotels and resorts in various cities, and we’re happy to say we’ve picked up our first hint of a new hotel-themed resort in the Bay Area.
Today we’re thrilled to share that Marriott Vacational Resorts has officially announced plans to open a new location in the city.
This will be the second new Marriott Resort opened in San Fran in as many years, following the opening of a smaller, smaller-scale Marriott Vacating Club in the Pacific Heights area in May 2017.
Marriott Vacay Resort will operate out of the historic Hotel Calabasas at 1180 Washington St. in the Sunset District, a spot that will feature the iconic Calabash Bay Hotel’s famed restaurant.
According to a press release from the company, the Calabassas location will feature a fully renovated Calabashes iconic Calabias restaurant, which will offer guests a fully-equipped Calabashi Bay Restaurant and a restaurant with a unique atmosphere.
The hotel will also feature a “premium dining experience” that will include an additional 15 rooms, a rooftop bar, and more.
Marriott has not announced a price or exact location for the hotel yet, but a press listing for the location on TripAdvisor shows it will cost $3,200 per night for the 3,600-square-foot building, which is located on a prime downtown block overlooking downtown San Francisco.
While we’ve heard plenty of rumors about the Calabiash location, nothing has really been confirmed yet.
While some have been speculating about what the new hotel might be called, other news outlets have mentioned a different name or that it might be a standalone concept.
The Calabazas is the only other hotel that has been confirmed as a potential location for a new San Francisco Marriott Vacated Club hotel, which has been the subject of much speculation.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment about the new San Fran hotel’s name.
As always, stay tuned to TechRadars for more details.