Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright said that the Claremont is one of the few hotels in the world with warmth, character and charm. The staff will go out of its way to charm you at this white jewel nestled in the foothills of Berkeley. On the grounds of what was once an English-style castle built with Gold Rush money, this sprawling white, Mediterranean-like villa was constructed in 1915 and has served guests with its gracious elegance, luxury and style ever since. A full spa service was added in the late 1980s. Make sure you book a room that has a view of the San Francisco Bay and city skyline.
Included on the list of architecturally significant structures of San Francisco, this Nob Hill landmark also has the distinction of having been named one of the very best hotels in the United States by Travel & Leisure magazine. Covering an entire city block, its polished marble floors, antiques and museum-quality art create an opulent setting. Fine dining, high tea, live music and a 24-hour staff satisfy your every need. Guest rooms are elegantly appointed with rich wood furniture and Italian marble bathrooms.
The Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco offers the highest level of service and comfort. As a guest, you can relax in spacious rooms furnished elegantly and equipped with all the necessary amenities and facilities. Whether for business or leisure, Four Seasons is a great option to consider in the city. You can always be sure to expect nothing but the best, a quality that sets this hotel apart from the others. A restaurant serving local delicacies and a spa offering rejuvenating treatments are also located within the premises.
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.
Originally a fruit cannery built in 1907, the Kimpton Group took over this historic building in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf and turned it into a world-class luxury hotel. It proudly wears its red brick walls and bright and unique nautical decor. You can play your own DVDs inside the room to keep the kids entertained. Depending on where your room is, you will have a view of the wharf and either the Golden Gate Bridge or Alcatraz Island. When it's time to turn in, you will find your bed extremely inviting with its goose down comforter and plush pillows. Argonaut's luxury is something you cannot find anywhere else in San Francisco.
After a 1991 face lift, this downtown landmark reopened to enthusiastic accolades from a sophisticated audience. The Palace Hotel is a grand old hotel in the classic tradition, from the marble foyer to the opulent central court where you can sip high tea to the strains of a harp. Fun Fact: This is the hotel in which Enrico Caruso was staying during the 1906 earthquake.
Enjoy the maximum in convenience and comfort at this exquisitely renovated 1911 hotel that boasts a stunning black marble facade. Two blocks from Financial District, Union Square and Chinatown, this restored gem is the perfect place to relax after a busy day. The rooms are elegantly appointed with Old World charm and modern conveniences. Business travelers will appreciate the attentive support staff and office amenities.
Situated next to the the Moscone Convention Center, this downtown San Francisco hotel offers luxurious rooms equipped with flat-screen TVs. Facilities include a fitness centre. Rooms at San Francisco Marriott Marquis feature a stylish interior. All rooms have air-conditioning, a minibar and tea and coffee making facilities. Select rooms have panoramic city views. Located in the hotel lobby, B55 Craft House & Kitchen offers breakfast, lunch and dinner options along with a wine list, while The View Lounge offers small bites, signature cocktails and breathtaking views of the San Francisco skyline. San Francisco Marriott Marquis is just 2 blocks from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and 4 blocks from Union Square.