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Nicknamed the "Rock n Roll hotel," Hotel Phoenix has grown to be one of the youthful and vibrant places to stay in the neighborhood with 44 well-decorated rooms. The hotel features a beautiful central courtyard, a heated swimming pool and Chambers Eat + Drink to provide you with a one-of-a-kind poolside dining experience. Located near Civic Center, it is close to many of the city's hot spots.
Two levels of pure indulgence - that is Monarch for you! One floor is a refined lounge, where art nouveau decor and skillfully-crafted cocktails rule the roost, and the other is a world of music with state-of-the-art acoustics and top class DJs. Both floors display innovative design elements and make for a comfortable space to simply relax or to dance your cares away. The club/bar with its eclectic crowd and energetic ambiance has provided a visible facelift to the entire neighborhood.
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.
A bar that's in vogue among pop stars, celebrities and bigwigs from the world of fashion and cinema, Redwood Room draws loads of attention. Located inside the Clift Hotel, the walls are paneled with redwood and the radiance of the lights on the shelves of the bar highlight the variety of liquor in store. Everything here is very sophisticated, from the decor to the guests. Walk in with a pack of friends and spend an unforgettable time together.
Modeled after traditional dim sum service, State Bird Provisions lets patrons use the sense of smell and sight to choose their dishes, with cuisine brought in on a trolly for viewing. Each item is creative and innovative, with dishes like sweet corn and chive pancakes, kimchi pork belly with tofu and duck liver mousse with almond biscuit. The space is rather small, yet cozy with an open concept kitchen, and friendly staff. Reservations are highly recommended as State Bird Provisions was named the 2012, "Best Restaurant in America" by Bon Appetit Magazine and "Best Chefs: West" from the James Beard Foundation in 2015.
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.
This historic restaurant has been serving loyal patrons and celebrities alike since 1908. Deeply rooted in San Francisco history, it holds a position in literary history as well. Writer Dashiell Hammett often visited the dark-panelled restaurant with white linen tablecloths and mentioned it in his novel The Maltese Falcon. Sam Spade ordered the chops. Try one of the dishes featured in Gourmet Magazine such as Chicken Jerusalem or Oyster Wellington. The wine list, featuring California selections, is serviceable with a good bottle. In addition, there is nightly jazz music.
Though the name Scala's Bistro is purely Italian, this eatery has a Parisian feel to it and is created to fulfill the requirements of an urban Californian crowd. Come by to feast on French and Italian treats. Seared Filet of Salmon with Buttermilk Mashed Potatoes, and Wood-Grilled Quail with Mushrooms and Spinach satisfy even the most jaded patrons. The wine list compliments the fine dining experience.
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.
Switch off your busy cellphone and slip into loose comfortable robes at the International Orange Spa Yoga Lounge. This peaceful day spa and yoga center offers treatments for your physical and mental well being in a calm and soothing setting. The combination of relaxing treatments like bathing rituals, massages and acupuncture with various types of yoga will leave you replenished and relaxed. A plethora of skin and body treatments like facials, essential oil head and neck massages, collagen eye treatments, waxing, reflexology and more are on offer. Guests can enjoy refreshments on the redwood sun-deck prior to or after their treatments.
If the stress of the concrete jungle has simply become too much, treat yourself to a serene retreat at this spa in the impressive 40-floor St. Regis Hotel. Special manicures and pedicures, wraps, waxes, tans, facials, scrubs and massages are just a few of the vast array of treatments on offer. Avail of the Great Bath, drizzled with scented oils or the therapeutic hot stone treatment for a rejuvenating experience. Make an appointment to put back the zest in your life!
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.