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The St. Regis San Francisco in San Francisco, California
In a city of inimitable grace, style, and culture, The St. Regis luxury San Francisco hotel embodies extraordinary hospitality with modern day sophistication. Only at this legendary San Francisco hotel will guests take pleasure in the signature St. Regis Butler service, a treasured hallmark of the St. Regis experience for over one hundred years.
This exquisite San Francisco 5 star hotel is a prestigious landmark of architectural bravura, seamlessly incorporating the Williams Building, an early 20th century historical structure that is home to two signature San Francisco restaurant options, and the exclusive 9,000-square foot Remčde Spa San Francisco. Each of the 214 guest rooms and 46 suites at our downtown San Francisco hotel is a refuge of sophistication and thoughtful comfort. Design highlights include the stunning vestibule area with leather-textured walls, sleek window seating, and a dramatic 55" high definition television. The bathroom embodies pure indulgence with its oversized soaking tub and separate shower area. The artful address of our San Francisco 5 star hotel incorporates the stunning new Museum of the African Diaspora and directly adjacent to the highly acclaimed San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Across the street the landscaped tranquility of Yerba Buena Gardens beckons. Find yourself in the heart of one of the city's most vibrant neighborhoods with the most exciting galleries, San Francisco events, restaurants, San Francisco attractions, shopping and nightlife.
Location of The St. Regis San Francisco
Nearest Airport: SFO
Amenities for The St. Regis San Francisco
- General Information
- 260 Guest Rooms
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Butler Service
- In-Room Amenities
- DVD Players
- Mini Bar
- Luxury Linens
- Work Desks
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for The St. Regis San Francisco
We had a week long, fatastic family vacation at the St. Regis SF. Upon arrival we were greeted with friendly faces and that warm welcome continued throughout our stay. Every single member of the staff that we encountered (from houskeeping to management) was professional, friendly, kind and most knew our name. The concierge and front desk staff remembered our names and faces from check in througout the week and always greeted us by name. Impressive! We had a some confusion with out room upon check in and it was resolved immediately and handled very well. The handwritten welcome note upon arrival was lovely and appreciated. Our rooms were quite clean. Even our children noted the deep corners of the rooms were clean (they played hide and seek in our connected rooms). We switched rooms throughout the week as we left for a night to take a trip to Carmel. Each room we stayed in was very clean. The beds are quite comfortable. The windows and views in the rooms are spectacular. The motorized shades are a nice luxury if you want to fall asleep looking at the city skyline and don't want to have to hop out of bed to shut the windows once you are relaxed in your bed. The spa massage was exceptional. Our chidren enjoyed the 24 hour pool immensley! Private dining delivered to the pool was especially convenient. This hotel is not short on amenities and makes even the youngest guest feel special. Our children loved the kid sized bathrobes. St. Regis SF felt like a home away from home and we won't look anywhere else the next time we travel to SF. It was tough to leave this lovely place.
E C - Boston, Massachusetts
The St Regis San Francisco is unquestionably my favorite city hotel in the USA, and one of our 13 favorite hotels of all-time anywhere in the world. I stayed twice (both paid rates) at the St Regis San Francisco this year, once alone for work for 2 nights in mid-Nov 2017 and again for leisure this past mid-Dec 2017 weekend with my husband and our dog, Macallan. As with my three stays in 2016, my stays this year again were absolutely wonderful--approaching the same levels of service I've come to expect from the legendary Amanresort hotels. I am only now able to post this review from my Dec 2018 stay due to the 3 month rule in posting for hotel stays! The hotel lobby was beautifully decorated for Christmas on our Dec stay. The hotel is so supremely luxurious and yet so very comfortable. It offers the San Francisco sense of chic design and luxury while also retaining a casual comfort that so evokes California. That being said, the hotel is expecting to undergo a renovation starting sometime in late 2018 to freshen up and renovate the public spaces and rooms/suites. Check In Check in was, as always, very friendly, quick, and efficient. There was no one checking in before me for my Nov stay, and in Dec there were two couples checking in before me. But I waited maybe no more than a few minutes. The Front Office Director and Head Concierge both were there to greet me, as well. Room The Metropolitan Suite is extremely comfortable and spacious. I had the exact same Metropolitan Suite for both my Nov and Dec stays. The hotel had added blackout shades in the bedroom specifically for me in 2016--meaning the suite living room and bedroom were truly blackout! The air con again worked wonders, too. The suite is beautifully comfortable and spacious, and was particularly wonderful for my Dec stay with my husband and our dog, Macallan! The hotel did try to accommodate our big boy despite him being larger than their official 35 lb weight limit for dogs. Suffice to say that the St Regis dog bed wasn't quite big enough for our boy! But we were ecstatic that the St Regis allowed us to bring him, nonetheless. Service Service for both stays was practically flawless. Before even arriving in Dec, the concierge had worked with me to get us confirmed with reservations at 2* Acquerello, 1* In Situ, 1* Luce, and 2* Lazy Bear. We eventually changed things up and substitued 1* Mourad for Luce and 3* Coi for Lazy Bear. The concierge team handled all our requests and changes with ease. Thus far, the concierge team has not once failed to get us a reservation that we wanted--even at any of the 2 * and 3* restaurants in the city. That's a pretty impressive feat if you ask me. We had another delicious welcome amenity of cheese/crackers and fruit with champagne waiting for us, as usual. In addition, I took advantage of unpacking and packing services. The butlers always do a wonderful job. One of the butlers was actually a transplant from the Ritz Carlton Reserve property in Puerto Rico, as that hotel will be closed through Oct 2018 due to Hurricane Maria. She was absolutely lovely and a wonderful addition to the St Regis team. I asked for complimentary butler shoe shines, and they returned the shoes to me in less than an hour: I enjoyed complimentary French press coffee service every morning. Sublime. We also had wonderful turndown service for both Nov and Dec stays. The only time turndown was missed was when I accidentally left the DND button lit by the front door! A quick call to the butler and the housekeeping team was there to turndown my room pronto--and with apologies that were unnecessary! We also enjoyed the complimentary Bentley car service for 2 of our 3 nights, prior to our dinners at Acquerello and Coi: The Bentley car service isnâ€™t guaranteed; itâ€™s first come, first served. But Iâ€™ve had great luck at getting drinks in the bar an hour or so before we want to depart and letting the valets know we are hoping for the Bentley. Theyâ€™ve almost always come and found us in the bar close to when we wanted. A great benefit. The hotel even allowed us to bring Macallan into the bar with us--quite a nice surprise! They kept offering us water and treats for our most spoiled boy. Bar service was a little slow for us on our first night, so I mentioned it to the front desk. The bar manager introduced himself the next day and made sure to apologize--unnecessary but certainly appreciated. The next night, we got incredibly good service! There often was a bit of a wait for seating at the very popular bar between 6:00-8:00 pm, but I never waited more than 5 minutes to find seating on any night during our stays. Restaurant service was also extremely good. We had breakfast on our first morning and Sunday brunch on our final morning. The team even allowed us to order from the brunch menu despite having breakfast a good 30 min before the official start of brunch. And our breakfasts were comp'd as part of my Platinum amenity--even for brunch. Our one big hiccup with breakfast was the butler telling us during our Dec stay that the Sat breakfast service ended at 11:00 am--for us to arrive at 10:40 am and be told the breakfast service in fact closed at 10:30 am. The restaurant didn't handle that so well, but the front desk apologized when I complained--and offered for us to have room service breakfast comp'd as part of our Plat amenity. A very nice service recovery. That breakfast room service and room service dinner were always brought promptly (usually 20-25 min, always less than the stated 30 min) and hot. The server always set up the meal beautifully, as well. Both were delicious. Basically, the service at the St Regis is top drawer. The only mistakes I can recall are the mistake with the restaurant breakfast hours and the bar service being unusually slow that first night. That's it. And of course, the hotel's service recovery in those instances was wonderful. Otherwise, my stay was pretty much service perfection. The valets, butlers, front desk, concierge, waiters, bar staff, and everyone really went out of their way to make sure we were happy. Coming to the St Regis San Francisco for me is truly like coming home. Dining The food and beverage here really does shine. We had breakfast in the restaurant on our first and last mornings. Sunday brunch was particularly enjoyable with some friends who joined us, too. For our second night, we wanted a break from the 1* In Situ, 2* Acqurello, and 3* Coi meals we otherwise were enjoying. So we had room service dinner to enjoy our suite. It was fantastic and easy, just as we'd hoped. My burger was great, but the salmon was really outstanding. We were a little nervous ordering salmon, which can so often be overcooked. Not this salmon! It was beautifully grilled to perfection. We were quite impressed. Our second morning we decided to do room service breakfast since the restaurant was about to close--though we'd be given the wrong closing time. The hotel graciously comp'd our room service breakfast as way of apology. It was delicious, again. Suffice to say that, even in a city with as many amazing food option as San Francisco, the St Regis delivers with gusto in its food and beverage options. Location The location of the St Regis is perfect for me. For business, it is easily accessed from the SFO and OAK airports and BART/Muni. Its SOMA location makes it very easy to walk or drive into Untion Square, the Financial district, or anywhere else in the city one might need to go. For leisure, it is literally adjacent to the SFMOMA museum and Metreon 16 complex (where we saw Star Wars: The Last Jedi on opening day). It is a 5-10 min walk to Union Square or to the Ferry Building or the entrance of Chinatown. It was just a 10-15 min drive in the Bentley to both Acquerello and to Coi. It was literally a 2 min walk to In Situ (inside the SFMOMA). And it took just about 20 min to drive to/from SFO. Perfection. Overall The St Regis San Francisco is my true home away from home. There is no hotel that I visit more often that truly caters so well to my every luxury whim. The service, the rooms, the bar, the restaurant, the food/beverage, the concierge, the butlers, the restaurant--everyone and everything is truly world-class. While there were a few mistakes, the hotel showed tremendous service recovery in each instance, going well above and beyond to make us feel valued and appreciated. But for the most part, the service was ridiculously good...and always super friendly! We already cannot wait to return.
Bill R - Newport Beach, California
This is my first time in San Francisco. The hotel has a good service and the room is very comfortable and spacious. The hotel location is centrally located and very near to shopping, museum etcetera. My first walk was down Market street toward the waterfront an the ferry terminal. I was appalled by the large number of homeless people and quite a few suffering from mental health issue. I witnessed passed out people on the side walk, a men urinating on steps of the subway entrance, an older women sitting down that smelled so bed to get you sick. Tonight on my way out to dinner, as I turned the corner on 3rd street, I was startled by a men screaming. After dinner, as I walked back to my hotel, a men jumped in front of me also screaming and chased by what seemed a security person. I got scared and walked back to the restaurant. This episodes left my self and my wife shaken and disappointed that the hotels around the area do not do more by providing more security for their guest outside their perimeter. San Francisco is a beautiful city, but the problem with the homeless which are mostly suffering from mental health leave an unsettling felling to visitors.
We recently had a lovely two night stay in this beautiful 5 Star Hotel. Staff was very friendly and helpful, and the hotel's location at 3rd and Mission is conveniently close to a number of excellent museums, including the brand new modern art. We were upgraded to a suite, which doesn't have a coffee maker, but includes free coffee room service. Nice touch!
sonnecj - Connecticut
Short weekend stay (we live only one hour away but it is fun to get out in the city). Room was very large with beautiful large windows overlooking the SF MoMA and the city. The kids loved the pampering breakfast in bed (croissants were amazing). The staff couldn't be nicer to our little ones! Will definitely be back.
valontheroad - Los Altos, California