February 9, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
The St Regis is great trendy hotel located near the Moscone Center and walking distance of everything in downtown SF. The rooms are nice, luxurious, modern and well designed. This was my third stay and I enjoyed it as much as the first. As with most St Regis hotels the level of service here is incredible. The bellmen and staff are considerate and eager to help with anything you need. We enjoyed drinks and snacks in the lobby bar and breakfast in the Grill. This is a top notch hotel and I plan on returning.
279henrythetraveller - New York City, New York
This hotel is, quite simply, impeccable. The rooms are beautiful with all the amenities you could want - even the hair dryer was great! I always find the water pressure is large hotels to be somewhat of a let down, but didnâ€™t mind this one. We actually experience an earthquake while staying here and felt very safe the whole time the building rocked. The staff were very kind and helpful, always smiling and willing to help with everything. The one thing I would change would be the inclusion of a buffet for breakfast. Instead they offer an a la carte menu at their restaurant, which was fine, but itâ€™s always much nicer to pick and choose what you eat for breakfast. Will definitely recommend The St. Regis to anyone who asks!
madskul - Manly, Australia
I love this hotel - for accustomed travelers, a nicer bathroom means a lot and they did a wonderful job. Had in room dining a tone of times since the room was so comfortable and the food was so good. The bar is amazing and itâ€™s a great location.
arielmac - Laguna Niguel, California
The day conference ended I got email that the rate is $375 but during conference the rate for the same room is $2300 per night-REALLY? So all the guests and companies that are paying this rate must be completely stupid? The room is horrible no place to sit , you get one chair at the desk that's it. Room service horrible, there is no coffee machine in the room, at least mandarin oriental gives that option for less than $2300X night. No privacy windows all exposed to the other rooms I could see other rooms in and they could see my room as well. Terrible heavy doors I had to fight to push it in and out of the rundown pockets. The sliding option is all broken. I had to lift it up and down. Lightning is horrible in the bathroom, shower door same fight heavy glass would not open I had to push it with all force. Terrible. The closet is super tiny enough for one coat that's it. And the bathtub stopper wouldn't close. The moment you are trying to fill up the tub water is draining down. I just didn't have time to bother asking them to fix it. Horrible. Never again. I gave extra star for the lobby. Horrible hotel with nice lobby and ripoff rates.
Jennifer F - New York City, New York
I think my favorite part of the hotel was the hallway leading to the guest rooms. It featured dramatic lighting with wood veneer accents that I felt set the tone for a relaxed atmosphere. The room itself was well appointed with a very comfortable bed, soaking tub and separate shower with a rainforest shower head. Somewhat of a minimalistic design that, in my opinion, could have been enhanced a bit to reflect the sophistication and zen feel of the hallways, but all in all I was comfortable. The associates at the hotel were helpful, friendly and accommodating. I enjoyed my visit, but given the property's price point, I'd have to say that I wasn't blown away enough to want to return on my own dime. On the other hand, if your company picks up the tab, yeah, it's a hotel that I'd add to my list of places to stay in San Francisco.
david_k001 - Chicago, Illinois