SAN FRANCISCO

Pivot Hotels and Resort debuted BEI San Francisco, formerly the Holiday Inn San Francisco-Civic Center.

The top-to-bottom $30 million renovation to the Mid-Market neighborhood property will be revealed this spring. BEI San Francisco offers 396 guest rooms, and will soon offer two dining options and 10,000 square feet of co-working, meeting and event space.

BEI will feature seven completely remodeled room categories, each averaging 350 square feet. Most notable will be BEI’s “Stay Work Play” rooms that feature beds that tuck away to transform living space into working space with an additional outdoor terrace for breakout meetings and sessions.

In addition, BEI offers 3,000 square feet of traditional meeting space that can become three breakout rooms, and 7,000 square feet of flexible space, which includes the lobby, game room, gallery and fourth floor outdoor terrace. A new 800-square-foot fitness center will be located near the outdoor terrace to complement the classes and wellness programming that BEI plans to implement in spring.

“The Mid-Market neighborhood is a prime destination for our first U.S. location; situated amongst a host of culturally diverse restaurants and boutique shops, as well as local tech leaders like Dolby Laboratories and Twitter headquarters, located just around the corner from BEI,” said Mimi Carter, director of sales and marketing for BEI. “With BEI’s coworking-inspired spaces, and spacious guest rooms, we are creating a new destination that connects locals working and living within the neighborhood and visitors traveling to San Francisco.”

BEI will have two new food and beverage concepts. Sum, will be a casual dining concept, open for breakfast and dinner and serve paired shareable plates and classic cocktails, craft beer and wine. Ren, will be an on-the-go daytime dining option with freshly made pastries, specialty deli items and will feature coffee, beer and wine.

Information based off a news release from BEI San Francisco.