The Fairmont San Francisco hotel appears in a very popular American TV-show “MythBusters”. The hotel is one of Historic Hotels of America; it attracts guests with its unique charming and terrific “look”. The Fairmont San Francisco hotel appears in the end of the 8th episode of the 12th season of the show. The viewers can see not only the front side of the hotel, but also the stairs leading to the Gold Ballroom. The building of the hotel survived the earthquake in 1906.
- Where: The Fairmont San Francisco hotel
- What: television show (aired: June 21, 2013 in U.S.A.)
- Starring: Adam Savage, Jamie Hyneman, and others
- Year: 2013
Television show stills “MythBusters” at The Fairmont San Francisco hotel
Hotel Contact Information: The Fairmont San Francisco hotel website.
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