Palisociety opens hotels in San Francisco, Florida

Self-described “independent hotel brand” Palisociety opened two new hotels this month: the 82-room Palihotel San Francisco and the 71-room Palihouse Miami Beach. The brand, with eight locations open, debuted five locations in 2018 and 2019 and plans to introduce another property by year’s end.

The Palihotel San Francisco is located near Union Square and within walking distance of the Financial District and South of Market neighborhood. The hotel plans to open a second-floor restaurant, lounge and bar in December.

The property has been home to several hotels since its development, including the Colonial Hotel in the 1920s, the Hotel Navarre in the 1930s, the Navarre Guest House in the 1950s and most recently, the Mystic Hotel.

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“Being a California-based company, San Francisco is a natural expansion for our brand and when the opportunity to be a part of this property’s rich history presented itself, we jumped on it,” stated Avi Brosh, founder of Palisociety.

Palisociety also opened its first East Coast hotel this month, the Palihouse Miami Beach. Developed in partnership with Miami-based Scott Robins Cos., the hotel is located in a newly restored Art Deco building two blocks from the ocean. Within the property is Greenbrier Swim & Social, a collection of all-day food-and-beverage gathering spots, including a creek-front patio, lobby lounge, bar and outdoor pool area.

Palisociety is a fully integrated branded real estate development and hospitality operating company that acquires, programs, develops, owns and operates hotels and residences. The company has locations in the Los Angeles area, as well as properties in San Francisco, Seattle and Miami Beach.

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