Restaurants & Bars
Room amenities include down comforters and pillows, Egyptian cotton sheets, Agua Bathhouse amenities, cable TV with video on-demand, CD/DVD player, in-room safe, 3 dual-line telephones with conference and speaker capability. High-speed Internet access available for an additional fee.
Asia de Cuba - Asia de Cuba restaurant, by renowned restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow, carries over the rich and lavish materials and colors used in the Bar, with lush brown silk velvet curtains surrounding the room in classic warmth and intimacy. The full height arched windows with mahogany blinds add a stately elegance and drama. The furniture is simple and elegant–-Starck-designed mahogany
and leather banquettes with illuminated, hand-blown Venetian Murano glass vases are covered in embossed leather and lend a chic glow around the room's perimeter. The Starck-designed mahogany dining chairs are covered in warm earthtone embossed leather. At the same time, this simplicity is all the more humanized as it contrasts with and sets the stage for the spectacular centerpiece, a communal dining table in the form of a cross, made of hand etched illuminated mirror that creates an interlocking geometric pattern of people and light. Now the magic and spirit of the incomparable Redwood Room has expanded across the hall in Asia de Cuba–-and the entire hotel is the better for it.
24-hour room service available
Redwood Room - The legendary Art Deco room, originally built in 1933 and dubbed the Redwood Room, has been refurbished to bring to life not only the beauty of the original design, but, by introducing a distinctly 21st century twist, to literally make it better. With redwood paneled walls and a bar all rumored to have been crafted from a single giant redwood tree, the room is a magical space firmly embedded in the hearts and minds of generations of San Franciscans. Morgans Hotel Group and Starck's take on this imposing and important room is deceptively simple. By creating a largely monochromatic space, where nearly all the furniture is rendered in the same rich reddish brown of the original redwood, the wood itself once again takes center stage. Within this largely one color palette, however, is a richly varied mélange of some eighteen different textures and materials, from leather and velvet to bronze and wool. The result is a bas-relief like effect that is uncommonly beautiful.