Westin San Francisco Market Street

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Westin San Francisco Market Street
Westin San Francisco Market Street logo.png
Hotel chain Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide
General information
Address 50 Third Street
San Francisco, California
Coordinates 37°47′12″N 122°24′11″W / 37.78654°N 122.40309°W / 37.78654; -122.40309Coordinates: 37°47′12″N 122°24′11″W / 37.78654°N 122.40309°W / 37.78654; -122.40309
Opening 1984
Owner W2005 Argent Hotel Realty, LLC
Management Westin Hotels
Height 114 m (374 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 34
Design and construction
Architect Hornberger + Worstell
Other information
Number of rooms 667 rooms
Number of restaurants Ducca
Website
www.westinsf.com
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The Westin San Francisco Market Street is a 34 story highrise hotel at 50 Third Street in San Francisco, California. It opened in 1984 as the Hotel Meridien San Francisco. It was the first private project of the City of San Francisco Redevelopment Agency's development in the Yerba Buena district.[4] It was later known as the ANA Hotel San Francisco and then The Argent Hotel.

Scenes in David Fincher's 1997 film The Game were shot in the hotel.

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