Creative Spaces: Clift Hotel

A balanced fusion of modern style and classic elegance is difficult to achieve, but it is a combination that generates an incredible amount of style and appeal. When a venue is able to blend old-world characteristics with contemporary glamour, the result is a space with countless opportunities to hold remarkable events. The stunning Clift Hotel in San Francisco is such a venue that accomplishes this desirable fusion, making it a prime location to host an event.


Clift emanates this classic-contemporary style mixture throughout all of the hotel’s aesthetics. The traditional stone exterior welcomes guests before they are greeted by a glamorous purple entryway. The Philippe Starck-designed lobby boasts a diverse collection of furniture and artwork surrounding a thirty-five foot fireplace. The swanky design creates a stylish and alluring ambiance that will make any guest feel fun and trendy.


Meeting someone for an evening cocktail? Enjoy a drink and good conversation in the Redwood Room, Clift’s modern and chic bar. The space’s redwood paneling, sleek furniture and digitally displayed artwork generate a relaxing but elegant atmosphere. Looking for a fun place to enjoy a delicious meal? Check out the Clift’s Velvet Room, a unique venue that showcases full velvet curtains, mahogany and leather furnishings and hand blown glass lamps. Offering both breakfast and dinner menus, the Velvet Room is a great space to begin or end the day!

The Redwood Room
The Redwood Room

If you have a more private gathering in mind, Clift has several elegant meeting spaces that are ideal for corporate functions or private events. As opposed to the boring boardroom meetings, hold your gathering on one of the three Mezzanine level meeting rooms garnished in lush white velvet curtains and etched Venetian mirrors.

Meeting Space
Meeting Space

Clift’s elegant and modern design creates a unique ambiance that will turn a typical event into an unforgettably chic and beautiful experience!

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