Heading to the City by the Bay? It’s not too soon to start booking rooms at the new Virgin Hotel in San Francisco, which debuts this autumn.

Travel and Leisure reports that Richard Branson’s first Virgin Hotel on the West Coast is now accepting reservations for November 15 and beyond.

The 192-room hotel is located in San Francisco’s South of Market (SOMA) district, home to the Moscone Centre convention complex, Yerba Buena Gardens, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants.

Like the first Virgin Hotel in Chicago, the San Francisco property will have a flexible lobby space called the Commons Club that serves as a work space, dining area, and bar. Other hotel features include a pair of penthouse suites, a rooftop bar, and a coffee shop.

Travellers who book through a hotel service called The Know can record preferences for their Virgin Hotels stay, such as mini bar stock, and also receive discounts, room upgrades, and access to a nightly cocktail hour.

The Virgin Hotels Chicago opened in 2015. Other planned locations after San Francisco include Dallas, Nashville, New Orleans, New York, Washington DC, Silicon Valley, Palm Springs, Las Vegas, and Edinburgh, Scotland.