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Located in San Francisco's Japantown, this Joi De Vivre hotel offers its guests a traditional Japanese boutique accommodation experience with a western touch. The Kabuki is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to make your stay that much more meaningful. It houses the Kabuki Springs & Spa where you can relax and unwind with traditional and exotic massages. The guests are treated to tea in their rooms upon arrival as part of a Japanese Tea Ceremony. Cultural offerings are also organized at the hotel thus making your stay at the Kabuki a memorable one.
One of the few luxury hotels in this part of downtown and the only one directly connected to the Moscone Center, this architecturally innovative gem is well suited for business or pleasure. It features plenty of meeting space with all the technological frills, a spa, health club, restaurant, bar, and everything else you would expect from a luxury hotel. It soars 32 floors into the air, but with only 22 rooms per floor, you don't have the feeling of being lost in space. Out of the Intercontinental's 550 rooms, there are 14 suites, as well as one 2000-square-foot Presidential Suite, where the master bedroom itself contains two master bathrooms.
The Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco offers the highest level of service and comfort. As a guest, you will sleep well in a spacious room and enjoy the various facilities. Whether for business or vacation, Four Seasons is the best option. You can always be sure to expect nothing but the best and it is this quality that sets this hotel apart from the others. The restaurant, Seasons, and the hotel spa ensure that all your needs are met.
This intimate luxury hotel, located atop famous Nob Hill, has over a 100-year history of providing first-rate accommodations to wealthy world travelers. Guests enjoy breathtaking views, outstanding service and world-class accommodations. The decor, reflecting the area's rich Victorian past, is traditionally elegant, both in the main lobby and in each guest room. Although the Huntington has a lot of history, it has kept pace with modernity and the amenities are thoughtfully prepared. If you are in San Francisco for a few days and staying at the Huntington, ask for a room with a kitchen. It can come in handy if you want to make a late-night snack or early morning breakfast. Visit the Nob Hill Spa and free yourself of all your aches, both in body and in mind.
Making its debut in 2005, the Hotel Vitale a Joie de Vivre hotel. Centrally located on the Embarcadero across from the Ferry Building Marketplace, the historical landmark luxury hotel features numerous rooms and suites, many showcasing a fantastic view of the San Francisco Bay. The hotel fuses style, comfort and sophistication on the waterfront. The Hotel Vitale also features a fabulous penthouse day-spa, the Spa Vitale, with "outdoor rooftop soaking tubs." The hotel is the perfect place for leisure or business travelers to pamper themselves in the city.
Located on the Sausalito hillside, this resort offers a beautiful view of the picturesque San Francisco Bay Area. It offers 63 lavishly decorated rooms that are adorned with luxurious amenities. The decor is mostly classic Victorian, and each room has an individual color-theme combination. It also has a state-of-the-art spa that offers a variety of relaxing and healing treatments.