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San Francisco, CA (November 21, 2014) - Hotel Mark Twain proudly announces a new chapter at the historic hotel following a $2 million renovation. The newly renovated 115 room property is centrally located in downtown San Francisco, just two blocks to Union Square and steps away from the best dining in the city.

The renovation was planned with its namesake in mind, weaving a literary theme throughout the hotel. Featuring stylish accents and modern conveniences paired with hints of the hotel’s rich history, the new rooms appeal to leisure and business travelers alike. Whimsical elements are incorporated throughout the hotel and in the rooms. “The custom steamer trunk front desk is a wink at the traveling adventure of Mark Twain full of inspiring writings from along his journey,” said Anthony Laurino, interior designer.

Spacious deluxe rooms feature premium linens, bathrobes, Keurig Coffee Makers, rainfall shower heads and mini-refrigerators. Complimentary wireless internet is available throughout the rooms and common areas.

“Hotel Mark Twain is a fresh option for travelers looking to stay steps away from the best San Francisco has to offer,” said Mark Dean, general manager.

The hotel also features a hummingbird garden, hidden from the busy San Francisco streets and a fitness room with state-of-the-art equipment.

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About Hotel Mark Twain

Originally built as the Linden Hotel in 1928, the Hotel Mark Twain was renamed during the Great Depression. The name changed again with another owner but soon returned back to the Hotel Mark Twain and has remained so to this day.

In the late 40’s the hotel was made infamous with the arrest of the great blues singer Billie Holiday in room #203. Federal narcotics agents found her in possession of opium and a pipe earning the Hotel Mark Twain a listing in the “Top Ten Famous Hotel Rooms”. 

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Contact: Elizabeth Guthrie / 808-275-7179

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