San Francisco has an incredibly
diverse and exciting range of hotels for their visitors. May we
suggest the Hotel Adagio which offers an fascinating blend of traditional
Spanish Colonial Revival with a totally modern and stylish aesthetic.
A warm and rich palette along with sensuous textures are balanced
by simple and open design of furnishings and fixtures. During a
recent visit we were continually delighted to discover subtle innovative
touches both practical and whimsical. All in all a most artistic
setting for your San Francisco adventures. The attentative staff
made us feel welcome and took care of any special requests with
The Hotel Adagio, formerly Shannon Court, places you right in the
heart of the Theater District a few blocks from Union Square and
some of the west coast’s finest shopping. A notable fitness
center with weights, Cybex and cardiovascular equipment helped us
prepare for our daily adventures. Amenities are plentiful and include
complimentary high-speed Internet access.
Just off the lobby you will find Cortez, the Hotel Adagio’s
new restaurant, which is as smart as the city itself. A Cortez evening
is perfect for pre- or post-theater with it’s creatively prepared
and presented small portions stylishly delivered as courses with
plenty of drama and satisfaction. Chopped ahi with shaved fennel,
herbs & shallot oil; Fricassee of chanterelles, pancetta, parsnip
and Gnocchi; slow cooked organic chicken breast and fresh herbs,
mushroom ragu and creamed scallions are just a few offerings which
set our taste buds aglow. Outstanding wines by the glass at very
modest prices encourage discovery. Whether as a beginning to an evening
on the town or for a celebration of food and friends we strongly
suggest you give the Cortez experience a try.
The Hotel Adagio is part of the Joie de Vivre Hospitality collection.
For reservations or information call (800) 738-7477 or visit www.jdvhospitality.com.