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This is a Victorian townhouse mansion built in 1892 that now serves as a posh bed & breakfast in the Alamo Square Historic District. It has gained state recognition time and again, once awarded best restoration of a Victorian home by California Heritage Council and "The Best Bed & Breakfast" award by Chronicle Books' The Best of San Francisco guide. Its entire appearance inside and out, is wrought with architecture and furnishings from the Victorian Era. Its attention to service cannot be ignored. A stay here is guaranteed to be a pleasurable experience for every traveler. Even San Francisco, locals have been known to book a night in the inn for a romantic getaway.
A posh and luxurious hotel with an elegant fountain in its lobby, this sleek high-rise offers excellent accommodations to discerning business travelers. As with many of the luxury hotels in the city, Hotel Nikko is geared towards the business traveler, but is sure to please any guest, whether traveling alone or with family. Rooms feature soundproofing, executive desks, mini-bars, and CD/stereo systems. The service from the attentive and professional staff is first-rate. The Grand Ballroom within the hotel accommodates around 500 guests and is beautifully decorated with exquisite interiors.
The Marker San Francisco, formally the Hotel Monaco, combines style and elegance for an unforgettable stay. Conveniently located in the Union Square District, this boutique hotel sets colorful contemporary decor against the building's historic charm. The comfortable guest rooms include modern amenities such as free WiFi. The pet-friendly hotel also offers in-room spa treatments, an evening wine reception, and more!
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.
Like most divas, Hotel Diva is strikingly beautiful and its techno-chrome decor has won awards by Interiors Magazine for its style. Located just off Union Square, it resides within walking distance of the best theaters, shopping and dining San Francisco has to offer. You can see which famous divas have made their mark at the hotel as the entrance sidewalk features hand-prints and signatures from celebrities like Joan Collins, Carol Channing, Mary Martin and Lily Tomlin. Quite ideal for the discerning traveler, Hotel Diva is warm and welcoming.
Handlery Union Square Hotel is a full service hotel that offers all the amenities as competing hotels plus a barber shop, gift shop, a heated outdoor pool, and a fine Italian restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The European-style hotel decorated with understated colors and English club-style furnishings, also features a tour desk that can direct you to the Bay Area's most celebrated and lesser known attractions. The staff is professionally trained, personable, and efficient.
Located just a few steps off Union Square, Hotel Zelos boasts of an impeccable service record and artistic interiors that are sure to please the most exacting guest. Earthy tones set the base of the color scheme, while bolder tones are used for accents. Rooms are equipped with amenities such as blackout drapes and premium bedding to ensure guests enjoy maximum comfort and satisfaction. What's more is that it is situated near the city's three main districts, so many attractions are within close proximity.
Situated strategically across the street from Downtown's Yerba Buena Gardens in the SoMa neighborhood, the St. Regis Hotel is the last word in luxury. The Williams Building, which has long been a landmark, was renovated into a five-star restaurant and the 13,700 square-foot (1273 square-meter) Laboratoire Remède Spa. The hotel sets a new trend for urban chic in the area, with all the world-class amenities for its guests.
Named by Travel & Leisure Magazine as one of the best hotels in the United States, this historic Nob Hill giant dates from 1907 and is one of San Francisco's grandest accommodations. The lobby, refurbished into an Edwardian fantasy in ivory and gold, features an ornate marble staircase, clusters of plush furniture, and a shopping arcade brimming with luxurious gift ideas. The Grand Ballroom is in tune with the rest of the hotel and holds business meetings and prestigious functions.
Situated in the heart of the city, Le Méridien San Francisco enjoys a lovely location making it accessible to all the cultural niceties of the city. Also the spacious rooms and amenities offer the ultimate in luxury living. Furthermore, the impeccable service and attention to detail will leave you completely satisfied. Enjoy sumptuous Californian cuisine in their Park Grill restaurant or your favorite drink at Bar 333.
Hotel Drisco offers special amenities like limousine service, an epic continental breakfast in the mornings, wine in the evening and umbrellas on rainy days. Built in 1903, the building has been named a historic landmark with architecture that combines Edwardian and Victorian influences. The European-style hotel is known for its incredible views and excellent customer service. The elegantly appointed rooms are like a trip to San Francisco's gilded past.
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.