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San Francisco Hotels


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California's landmark statewide smokefree law protects millions of Californians from secondhand smoke exposure.
In January 1995, many of California's enclosed public places and workplaces went smokefree, and restaurants
and bars went to 100% smokefree in January 1998.

In 2009, the city of Boston enforced all hotels and motels a total smoking ban inside, excluding a guest room.
Further, Marriott and Sheraton in North America announced to abolish all rooms which allow smoking, and
declared to be smoke-free. Small number of hotel, e.g. Hilton San Francisco Union Square, provides a smoking
room; however, the percentage to total rooms is merely 1.6%.

Smoking ban in hotels in San Francisco, California


The Fairmont San Francisco

(L) The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco (M) Sir Francis Drake Hotel (R) Mark Hopkins San Francisco

(L) San Francisco Marriott Union Square (M) Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel
(R) The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

(L)JW Marriott Hotel San Francisco Union Square (M) Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel
(R) Hilton San Francisco Union Square

Smoking Ban in Hotels at the Union Square 2012

The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square: 1195 rooms/all non-smoking
Sir Francis Drake Hotel: 416
all non-smoking
Renaissance Stanford Court Hotel: 393 rooms/all non-smoking
The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco: 335 rooms/all nonsmoking
The Fairmont San Francisco Hotel, 591rooms/
all nonsmoking
The Fairmont hotel removed all smoking rooms and became smoke-free in May 2012.
However, a hotel guest may smoke on the balcony in 74 suite rooms of the main building.
San Francisco Marriott Union Square 400 rooms/
all non-smoking
JW Marriott Hotel San Francisco Union Square 337rooms/all non-smoking
Mark Hopkins San Francisco: 380 rooms/all non-smoking
Grand Hyatt San Francisco: 659 rooms/
all non-smoking
Hilton San Francisco Union Square: 1,908 rooms/smoking 32 rooms ( 1.68% )*
Smoking Rooms are located on the 14th floor of the Tower 2.
Hotel Nikko San Francisco: 532 rooms/
all non-smoking


Sheraton San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf

Holiday Inn, Marriott and Raddison hotels at San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf

(L) No-smoking sign at Marriottl (R) Hilton Hotel at San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf


Smoking Ban in Hotels at the Fisherman's Wharf 2012

Sheraton Fisherman's Wharf Hotel: 531 rooms/all non-smoking
Hyatt at Fisherman's Wharf:
313 rooms/smoking 5 rooms ( 1.60% )
*
Hilton Sanfrancisco Fisherman's Wharf: 230 rooms/all nonsmoking
Smoking is allowed on the first floor courtyard.
Holiday Inn San Francisco Fisherman's Wharf: 585 rooms/all nonsmoking
Raddison Hotel Fisherman's Wharf: 355 rooms/
all nonsmoking
San Francisco Marriott Fisherman's Wharf: 285 rooms/all nonsmoking

Legend: * Total guest rooms at the hotel/The numbers of smoking rooms
( The percentage of smoking rooms to total rooms )



H
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a non-smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on-the-spot investigation.

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Total smoking Ban in hotels at Moscow, Russia
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Australia smoking ban Smoking ban in hotels of Canberra and Sydney
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Smoke-free hotels in Kyoto and Nara, Japan


A partial smoking bans in hotels do not protect guests from dangers of tobacco.

Hotels, that have both smoking and non-smoking rooms, do not adequately protect people from the dangers
of tobacco. That is the conclusion of a new San Diego State University study published in the Journal Tobacco
Control.

Researchers took air quality readings and tested surfaces for evidence of tobacco-smoke in a random sample
of San Diego hotel rooms. Ten hotels had complete smoking bans, while 30 others had some dedicated non-
smoking rooms. Compared with hotels that prohibit smoking, hotels with only partial ban had higher surface
and air nicotine levels.

That was true even in the non-smoking rooms in hotels with a partial ban. Only five U.S. states, Indiana,
Michigan, North Dakota, Vermond and Wisconsin, require all motels and hotel rooms to be smoke free. Four
cities in California, including Santa Monica, have such a law. Researchers say guests who want to avoid
tobacco exposure should stay only in smoke-free hotels.
Source: KPBS, San Diego, May 15, 2013

US West Coast and National Parks 2012

Midwestern US and at San Francisco
Seattle 01 Seattle 02 Amtrak to Glacier National Park Glacier National Park Grand Teton National Parks
Yellowstone National Park 01 Yellowstone National Park 02
San Francisco 01 San Francisco 02 Hotels in San Francisco UCSF Medical Center
Smoking ban in National Parks Smoking control in Midwestern US and at San Francisco


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The article was written in July 2012, and all photographs were taken in June 2012,
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