About San Francisco Marriott
San Francisco Marriott Marquis is a 133 m (436 ft) 39 storey skyscraper in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. Situated at the intersection of Fourth- and Mission Streets, the building is recognizable by the distinctive postmodern "jukebox" appearance of its high rise tower. The building was completed in 1989, and contains 1,500 hotel rooms. The original architectural firm Zeidler Partnership Architects was replaced by DMJM architect Anthony J Lumsden who gave the building it's overall architectural style. The San Francisco Marriott stands as the second tallest hotel in San Francisco, after Hilton San Francisco Tower I. This is one of seven Marriott hotels in San Francisco (including two Courtyard by Marriott, one JW Marriott, one Renaissance and three "Marriott"s). The three Marriotts are: i) this one, the Marriott Marquis, ii) the Marriott Union Square and iii) the Marriott Fisherman's Wharf.