Hotel Zeppelin, the contemporary, luxury boutique hotel - part of The Viceroy Urban Retreats – which rebelliously celebrates San Francisco’s countercultural tradition, announces its new Bring Back the Band offer. Designed for guests seeking an exclusive stay with friends or their “entourage,” ’Bring Back the Band’ allows guests to book the entire seventh floor of the hotel, including its famed Zeppelin Suite, two deluxe suites, and a premier double queen room. With over 2,000 square feet of space, guests booking this offer will have the opportunity to create their very own post-pandemic penthouse party-pad.
Upon arrival, The Zeppelin Suite is the ideal place for the group to gather, unwind and let the good times begin to roll. In addition to a king bedroom, the over-the-top suite includes a sun-drenched living room with fully equipped wet bar, fireplace, pull-out couch and 55” LED flatscreen TV, a luxe media room that includes a vintage record player and vinyl record collection, and it connects to a fully furnished outdoor rooftop deck equipped with a surround sound system and offering stunning city views. The Zeppelin Suite can also interconnect with the adjoining premier double queen room. The additional two Deluxe Suites down the hall encompass the entire top floor of the hotel, providing complete privacy and the ultimate group experience.
Hotel Zeppelin was conceptualized by the acclaimed Dawson Design Associates to be provocative, with design and decor inspired by San Francisco’s visionary, rule-breaking artists, writers, poets and musicians who revolutionized the world. The hotel’s 196 contemporary guestrooms span seven floors, which range from 200-1,800 square feet and highlight the hotel’s magnetic and psychedelic spirit. The property’s inviting and imaginative design inspires feelings of an underground urban hideaway.
Offering guests an edgy, yet luxurious experience, all of Hotel Zeppelin’s guestrooms and suites showcase sumptuous custom furniture, 48”-55” Samsung LED TVs, nightstands equipped with traditional and USB power hubs, Nespresso Coffeemaker and a 36”-high John Boos maple top worktable desk. Additionally, the hotel’s suites feature vintage record players for guest’s use while onsite.
Ideally located at the convergence of San Francisco’s Union Square, SoMa and Financial districts, Hotel Zeppelin is also situated in an area that provides guests with the opportunity to experience the best of San Francisco’s both prominent and underground fashion, arts, technology and music scenes.
For pricing and more information about the Bring Back the Band buyout package, please visit https://www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/zeppelin/offers/bring-back-the-band. Alcohol can be provided for additional fee. To book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.