We had a 3-night stay at this property last weekend. Checked in late and the friendly front desk clerk (they've always been very friendly) told us that we were blocked into a King View room - 2922 (with Northern Views up Nob Hill towards Golden Gate Bridge). This was not a corner room which is quite a bit more spacious feeling. He said that 29th was the highest floor with rooms open right now (so I'm guessing that 30 and up are still under renovation). View from 2922. The Grand Club is currently located in "room" 1824 (they were saying that the "normal" GC on 32 will be done this week). 1824 is destined to become a suite once the GC vacates (from the floor plan I'm guessing that all xx24 rooms are suites). The renovated rooms are very modern in design. However, the materials used feel really quite cheap - the wood parts look more like plastic. A positive feature is the electronic window shade with multiple controls in the room. The flat screen TV feed has no Digital feature. Desk Area - note that the glass "vases" are glued down. Bed Area The bathroom was also completely renovated in a modern manner. However, the bathroom renovation gets a dismal failing grade from me. In particular, the shower is basically non-functional due to a combination of low water pressure and the design (long tub spout & the detachable spray unit will not spray the water much past the tub spout). It was very difficult and not enjoyable to take a shower (I'm 5'10'' 150 lbs - I can't imagine a "large" person successfully taking a shower with the setup). There is one very large vessel sink in the vanity area. However, my partner complained about the design being very awkward for left-handed people. So the bathroom gets a failing grade from me. The failure of a shower. Vanity Area The property needed renovation however what was done was not well done. When I checked out, the Opera computer system was not operational so I could not apply my Gift Certificates that I was planning to use for the stay - just worth mentioning but not a problem (I'll just use it elsewhere) and not the property's fault. I want to thank NYBanker for helping me with the pictures.