California: San Francisco’s Hotel Nikko Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The Hotel Nikko has announced they have been serving the city of San Francisco for 25 years, hitting the mark for their “Silver Anniversary.” The 525 room property will celebrate this milestone anniversary today with an exclusive invite-only event to dignitaries and long-time hotel supporters, and comes on the heels of recent renovations to rooms, the health club, Restaurant ANZU, and meeting space.

Hotel Nikko San Francisco is the only property bearing the chain’s name in the United States and has retained the same owner and same management company for all of its 25 years in business. There are a total of 78 Nikko and Okura properties worldwide.

“Since opening in 1987, over 5 million people have been welcomed as guests at Hotel Nikko, and we’ve provided them with a lasting impression of the great city of San Francisco,” says Joseph Curran, Vice President, Marketing. “We look forward to continuing our contribution to the travel and tourism industry of San Francisco.”

In the past 25 years, Hotel Nikko has been consistently voted one of the Bay Area’s “Best Places to Work” by their own employees. The hotel has also made extensive updates in order to receive green business certifications, notably earning the US EPA’s Energy Star for nine years running.  Additionally, thousands of hours of service and in-kind donations to local philanthropies have been given, prompting the professional Convention Managers Association to honor Hotel Nikko with their 2012 PCMA Service Award, and California Hotel and Lodging Association the 2010 CH&LA Community Service Award.

In celebration of this special occasion, Hotel Nikko has created a special “Silver Anniversary” prix-fixe menu that will be offered from October 12th through the end of November at Restaurant ANZU, located inside the hotel. The price will be $49 for five courses with an additional $30 for wine pairings.

Hotel Nikko San Francisco, 866-NIKKO-SF,