The Swig Suite at SF’s Fairmont Hotel is one of the most famous penthouses in SF. At $18,000 per night, it’s typically reserved for celebrities, royalty, presidents, and the extremely wealthy. The Spinsters of San Francisco are offering a rare opportunity to enjoy an evening at the famed Penthouse.
The Spinsters of San Francisco, founded in 1929, are a social and philanthropic organization who will be hosting its annual Legacy Benefit at the Fairmont Hotel’s Swig Suite on Saturday, March 11. The group is comprised of young professional unmarried women who make a positive impact in the community through volunteering and fundraising events.
All proceeds will benefit their nonprofit partner Compass Family Services, who help homeless families and those at imminent risk to achieve housing stability, economic self-sufficiency, and well-being.
The event promises guests an open bar, wine tasting hosted by top-tier wineries, and tasty appetizers. Guests can also look forward to a silent auction, a jewelry pull, live music, and immersive experiences. The best perk is the ability to explore the historic penthouse and breathtaking views of downtown SF.
This 6,000-square-foot penthouse has hosted the Kardashians, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, John F. Kennedy, and Marilyn Monroe, to name a few. The suite features an ornate billiard room, a two-story library, and even a secret passage.
The Spinsters of San Francisco’s seventh annual Legacy Benefit will take place on Saturday, March 11 at 6PM at the Fairmont San Francisco Swig Suite penthouse. Tickets start at $235, with all proceeds will benefiting Compass Family Services.