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Best Luxury Hotels in San Francisco

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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.

This luxurious resort offers a breath-taking view of the bay and San Francisco. Located on Horseshoe Cove on the northern side of the Golden Gate Bridge, guests will love the beautiful natural setting and spacious lodging. The resort was originally Fort Baker, which was built in the early 1900s by the U.S. Army to help protect the Golden Gate Bridge. When the land was transferred from the U.S. Army to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the Fort was remodeled to provide a comfortable and sophisticated hotel that offers both historic and contemporary rooms. Cavallo Point also has fantastic dining options, event space and a spa.

Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, the Omni Hotel places guests just walking distance from some of the finest shopping and most visited tourist sites in the City by the Bay. Luxury abounds in this early 20th century Nob Hill building. Originally constructed as a bank, the hotel lobby welcomes with Italian marble, illustrious fabrics and Austrian crystal chandeliers. Combining old time class with all the modern amenities, the Omni San Francisco is the perfect mix of both--making this hotel an ideal choice for romantic getaways.

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.

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.

Overlooking San Francisco's SoMa area and moments from top city centre sites, InterContinental San Francisco provides guests with modern in-room amenities. Shopping and dining opportunities in Union Square are 10 minutes’ walk away. Spacious accommodations at the InterContinental San Francisco are furnished with all the latest technologies, including flat-screen TVs and iPod clock radios. Guests will also appreciate in-room minibars and coffee machines. While staying at InterContinental San Francisco guests can enjoy 24-hour fitness facilities, complete with an indoor lap pool. A gift shop, Luce restaurant and Bar 888 are also located on-site. The completely non-smoking InterContinental San Francisco is placed near the Moscone Convention Center and Chinatown. The nearby Powell Street Cable Car also offers instant access to other popular areas of the city, including Fisherman's Wharf.

The historic Westin St. Francis in downtown San Francisco overlooks the hustle and bustle of Union Square. Luxurious rooms, excellent service, and world-class dining make this a comfortable, convenient and classy stay in the Bay. For food and drink satisfaction, enjoy contemporary American cuisine at the Michael Mina's Bourbon Steak, sip a cocktail in The Oak Room Restaurant & Lounge or grab a latte at Caruso's. The Westin St. Francis is also a premier hotel for meetings and social functions with its elegant conference rooms and a Grand Ballroom. Be sure to stop at the Imperial Floor for breathtaking views of the city.

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.

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.

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.

W San Francisco is an upscale hotel in SoMa located within walking distance from the San Francisco Shopping Centre, Museum of Modern Art, the Moscone Center and Union Square. This sleek hotel has stylish rooms that are a cozy haven for all kinds of travelers. Work out at their modern gym or take a refreshing dip at the pool. Pamper yourself at their chic Bliss Spa with indulging treatments. Dine in Trace for a taste of Californian cuisine. Unwind at their uber cool bars, the Living Room and Upstairs Drink Boutique with world-class drinks and live entertainment. This eco-friendly accommodation will ensure you a memorable stay when in the city.

Centrally located in San Francisco's Financial District and steps away from Chinatown and the Ferry Building, this luxurious hotel offers unrivaled accommodation and state-of-the-art amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness centre. This completely non-smoking hotel offers spacious guest rooms furnished with 55-inch flat-screen TVs, goose-down duvets and wireless internet access. Rooms feature large wall coverings with topographical maps of the surrounding mountains and hills. While staying at San Francisco's Le Meridien, guests can enjoy on-site gourmet dining and a happy hour at Bar 333 and Bistro or the Park Grill restaurant. In addition to stunning views of the city's skyline, Le Meridien San Francisco offers easy access to some of the area's most popular attractions. The legendary cable car lines are also easily accessible and provide access to many areas of the city. Fisherman's Wharf is 13 minutes' drive away from Le Meridien, while Chinatown and Union Square are less than 15 minutes' walk away. A number of major corporate offices, including Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo can also be found nearby.

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