• Condé Nast Traveler Names The Scarlet Huntington Top Hotel in San Francisco

     
    POSTED November 20, 2016
     

Condé Nast Traveler just released the 29th Annual Readers’ Choice Awards results, and The Scarlet Huntington was at the top of the list for hotels in San Francisco.

The Scarlet Huntington, part of the Grace International hospitality group, incorporates historical and modern features throughout the property and provides amazing views of downtown San Francisco.

One of the well-known features of the hotel is their on-site restaurant, Big 4, which features a décor from the 1920s, and offers a twist on the classic American cuisine provided by Executive Chef Miguel A. Garcia Jr. Additionally, the hotel offers a full-service spa called Nob Hill Spa. The three-story getaway features floor-to-ceiling windows, 10 treatment rooms, an indoor pool, whirlpool, saunas, steam rooms and a patio deck.

In honor of the prestigious award, The Scarlet Huntington will offer a special package for their guests from Nov. 1, 2016 –March 31, 2017. This will include an upgrade at check-in, 20 percent off guest room rates (with no blackout dates), complimentary Internet and spa access.

Results from the Incentive Research Foundation’s (IRF) 2022 Incentive Travel Destination Preferences & Their Impact on Motivation confirmed that interest in incentive travel as a motivating sales reward is at an all-time high. 91% of 405 survey respondents described group incentive travel as extremely or very motivating compared to 80% last year. Individual incentive travel was rated even higher as a motivational award at 96% versus 84% last year. 

 

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