Inside the Newly-Renovated Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco Inspired by The City's Iconic Fog

The fog in San Francisco is a much talked about occurrence. Writers, artists and photographers, including Arthur Ollman and Mark Twain, have been inspired by the city’s ephemeral mist for decades. The Beautiful Unseen: Variations on Fog and Forgetting, a book by Kyle Boelte, was published this year. There’s even a Twitter account for “Karl,” the affectionately-named persona for the Bay Area’s fog. Earlier this year, The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco completed its $30 million renovation of its nine-story historic property with the city’s fog as its design inspiration.

Katherine Bond

Katherine Sutton Bond is a freelance travel and luxury item writer for She's traveled the world and sampled some of the leading hotels and destinations of the globe. She often covers luxury events and technology. ...(Read More)

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