Park Central Hotel San Francisco

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Park Central Hotel San Francisco
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Yerba Buena Gardens - San Francisco.jpg
Park Central hotel, on right, overlooking Yerba Buena Gardens
Hotel chain Highgate Hotels
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 LaSalle Hotel Properties
Management Highgate Hotels
Height 114 m (374 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 34
Design and construction
Architect Hornberger + Worstell
Other information
Number of rooms 681 rooms
Number of restaurants MaSo
Website
www.parkcentralsf.com
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Park Central Hotel San Francisco is a 36 story highrise hotel at 50 Third Street in San Francisco, California. The hotel has 23,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including a 9,000 square-foot ballroom with capacity of up to 1,200 guests. MaSo, the hotel's restaurant, can host private events for up to 300 guests and has an outdoor terrace.[4]

It was the first private project of the City of San Francisco Redevelopment Agency's development in the Yerba Buena district[5] and opened in 1984[6] as the Hotel Meridien San Francisco. It was later known as the ANA Hotel San Francisco, then The Argent Hotel. Following its sale in 2005,[7] the hotel was renamed again and was known from April 12, 2007[8] to January 23, 2015 as The Westin Market Street San Francisco when it underwent a $28.3 million renovation. LaSalle Hotel Properties acquired the property for $350 million and renamed it Park Central San Francisco.[4]

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

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