Located on Nob Hill at the only spot in San Francisco where each of the city's cable car lines meet, The Fairmont San Francisco offers meeting attendees convenience in a historic setting. The hotel dates back to 1907, and from among its 55,000-square-feet of function space, planners can choose the Venetian Room where Tony Bennett first sang “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” In addition, there is the historic Garden Room where the charter for the United Nations was drafted and signed in 1945. An extensive business center caters to high-tech needs, and guest rooms are fully equipped with business-friendly amenities. Post-meetings, relaxation can be found at the on-site Active Sports Club at Nob Hill (complete with spa) or the Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar, which claims to serve the best mai tais in the city.
To learn more about having a conference in a historic San Francisco setting, visit The Fairmont San Francisco's official website