- View all PhotosThe St. Regis San Francisco
1.05 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.6 miles to city center
5.0-star Hotel Class
This modern masterpiece of a hotel in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood features 214 guest rooms and suites, all equipped with rainforest showers, minibars and several flat-screen TVs. Accommodations here are exceptionally roomy, but if you want to spread out, book a Metropolitan Suite, which boasts about 1,000 square feet of space. Travelers rave about the digs here, but what they especially enjoy about this St. Regis property is its location (near a number of the city's most popular attractions), its modern decor and its friendly service staff. The contemporary American cuisine served at Grill also sits well with guests. Room rates here are high, but visitors believe the experience is worth the lofty price. And If you're a Marriott Bonvoy loyalty club member, you can use or redeem points by choosing to stay here.
- View all PhotosFour Seasons Hotel San Francisco
1.11 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.6 miles to city center
5.0-star Hotel Class
With the fresh California cuisine at MKT Restaurant – Bar and twice-daily housekeeping service, the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco in downtown San Francisco deserves all of its five stars. And those aren't the only perks associated with this Four Seasons: Guests have access to the popular Equinox Sports Club, which offers a fitness center and an indoor swimming pool. The rooms are also outfitted in neutral tones with wood furnishings and come equipped with marble bathrooms (with deep-soaking tubs), down bedding and plasma TVs. The rooms' floor-to-ceiling windows afford excellent views of the city, the bay or the Yerba Buena Gardens. Overall, visitors are thoroughly pleased with their experiences here, although some balked at the bill at the end of their stay.
- View all PhotosPalace Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco
1.18 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.5 miles to city center5.0-star Hotel ClassThe Palace Hotel first welcomed guests in 1875 as the world's largest and most luxurious hotel. But the earthquake of 1906 destroyed the property; the building that stands now was constructed in 1909. Still, the Palace wins guests over with its historical charm: The lobby draws attention with marble floors and high ceilings, and the guest rooms house more contemporary furnishings (alongside amenities such as high-speed internet access). But to truly experience the Palace in all its timeless glory, sit down to afternoon tea underneath the glass ceiling and crystal chandeliers of the Garden Court. (For dinner, head to the Pied Piper Restaurant, which serves traditional American fare.) There's also an indoor pool and fitness center on-site, which is perfect for those looking to recharge. Guests love the luxurious interiors and appreciate the cozy guest rooms. The staff also get a thumbs up as well for their warm, welcoming attitudes. What's more, as a member of the Luxury Collection hotel family, the Palace gladly welcomes guests looking to pay with or earn rewards through the Marriott Bonvoy program.
- San Francisco Proper Hotel
1.1 miles awaySan Francisco, CA1.2 miles to city center
4.0-star Hotel Class
San Francisco Proper Hotel is a 4 star hotel located at 1100 Market Street Entrance at 45 McAllister in San Francisco. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 196 reviews.
- View all PhotosAxiom Hotel San Francisco
1.13 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.8 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel ClassThis boutique hotel features modern accommodations and enjoys a prime location in San Francisco. Situated just south of Union Square and on the Powell Street cable car line, Axiom Hotel San Francisco puts guests near plenty of the city's shops and restaurants. The hotel's rooms come with LED smart TVs with wireless streaming for Apple and Android products, minifridges, in-room safes and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Axiom Hotel also houses a fitness center and a business center, plus it's a pet-friendly property that welcomes animals for no additional fee. Though the hotel has limited on-site dining, it does offer The Turn Café, which has options for a quick meal or for takeaway. Previous visitors enjoyed their stays at this hotel, noting the fun touches like arcade games and the tech-savvy rooms as particular standout amenities. The only downside, according to recent guests, is that it costs between $59 and $64 per day to valet park. What's more, the parking fees are not covered by the mandatory "urban fee," which costs $25 per night.
- View all PhotosW San Francisco
0.98 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.7 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel ClassLike many W hotels, San Francisco's iteration is über-trendy, yet remarkably comfortable. Previous guests were pleased with the hotel's accommodations, which include pillow-top mattresses, goose-down bedding, flat-screen TVs and access to iPod shuffles and a variety of DVDs through the hotel's Whatever/Whenever program. The W San Francisco also provides pet beds, litter boxes and food bowls for those traveling with four-legged companions. In addition to its guest rooms, the W also has TRACE, a restaurant that serves socially conscious Californian cuisine. Sitting near the Yerba Buena Gardens in the SoMa neighborhood, this Marriott-affiliated hotel makes a great choice for business and leisure travelers alike. Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
- View all PhotosInterContinental San Francisco
0.86 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.9 miles to city center4.5-star Hotel ClassLike its sister property – the InterContinental Mark Hopkins – the InterContinental San Francisco is geared mostly toward corporate travelers. But that doesn't mean that it's all about business: After all, it's located in San Francisco's hip South of Market neighborhood. Guest rooms cater to business and leisure travelers alike with high-speed internet access (for a fee), LCD TVs, iPod docking stations and minibars. Recent guests said that the decor is nothing to write home about, but that the views from the floor-to-ceiling windows were breathtaking – request a room on a higher floor to truly take advantage of the scenery. Meanwhile, the contemporary American cuisine served at the hotel's Michelin-star rated restaurant garners praise as well. If you're only looking for a drink, the hotel's on-site Bar 888 keeps the grappa (its specialty) flowing.What's more, if you're a member of the IHG rewards program, you can earn or redeem points for staying here.
- View all PhotosHotel Zetta San Francisco
1.02 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.9 miles to city center
4.0-star Hotel Class
Just a short walk from the Powell Street BART station in downtown San Francisco, Hotel Zetta makes a great choice for all types of travelers. Recent guests were complimentary of this Viceroy property's modern design, praising the contemporary art, wooden accents and modern furnishings in the guest rooms. Accommodations also come with Wi-Fi access, Illy espresso machines and Web-compatible flat-screen TVs, and video game consoles are available to borrow. The staff members here also earn high marks for their friendly demeanor – travelers note that employees were quick and efficient when it came to fulfilling requests. For recreation, Hotel Zetta guests have access to a number of on-site amenities, including in-room spa services, a game room and a fitness center. And when mealtime rolls around, The Cavalier serves up British fare – like fish and chips – in a pub-style setting.
- View all PhotosHotel Zelos San Francisco
1.08 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.7 miles to city center
4.0-star Hotel Class
Housed in a circa-1900s building in downtown San Francisco, Hotel Zelos San Francisco contains 202 guest rooms and suites all outfitted with iHome stereos with iPod docking stations, down comforters and honor bars. And although the room decor may not be as quirky as it is in other San Francisco properties, visitors are complimentary of the hotel's sophisticated atmosphere. Guests especially enjoy this hotel's central location and fare dished up at the stylish Dirty Habit – just be sure to make a reservation, as this eatery is popular with visitors and locals alike. You can find this Viceroy outpost three blocks south of Union Square, exactly 14 miles north of San Francisco International Airport.
- View all PhotosHotel VIA
0.6 miles awaySan Francisco, CA1.2 miles to city center
4.0-star Hotel Class
Hotel VIA is a 4 star hotel located at 138 King St in San Francisco. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 136 reviews.
- View all PhotosHotel Abri
1.17 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.8 miles to city center
3.5-star Hotel Class
Hotel Abri is a 3.5 star hotel located at 127 Ellis Street in San Francisco. It has a 4.0 overall guest rating based on 2095 reviews.
- View all PhotosHotel Union Square
1.18 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.8 miles to city center3.5-star Hotel ClassHotel Union Square is a 3.5 star hotel located at 114 Powell St in San Francisco. It has a 4.0 overall guest rating based on 2136 reviews.
- View all PhotosParc 55 San Francisco
1.16 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.9 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel ClassContaining more than 1,000 guest rooms, the Parc 55 is one of San Francisco's largest hotels. Overall, visitors were pleased with the property's spacious rooms and suites, which house flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms, desks with ergonomic chairs and coffee amenities. To appeal to the large number of guests it can accommodate, the hotel offers several restaurants, including casual eatery Cable 55, the Barbary Coast deli, and Kin Khao, the on-site Thai restaurant. Many guests remark on the friendly service staff, though street noise was a problem for some. You should also keep in mind that the immediate area, while very central and a favorite among guests, can get a little seedy at night, and panhandlers are known to frequent the surrounding streets. You'll find Parc 55 near Union Square in downtown San Francisco.
- View all PhotosPark Central Hotel San Francisco
1.1 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.6 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel ClassStanding tall above the SoMa neighborhood, the Park Central Hotel San Francisco wins guests over with magnificent views of the the surrounding city as well as the San Francisco Bay. And once they've fully absorbed the scenery from the floor-to-ceiling windows, visitors can turn their attention to the guest rooms. Although the room decor can only be described as standard, travelers say they felt welcome thanks to the comfy beds, turndown service and flat-screen TVs. Visitors are invited to stretch their legs in the on-site fitness center, and they can stretch their stomachs at MaSo, which serves dishes infused with organic and locally-sourced ingredients. Because of its Marriott family ties, the Park Central Hotel participates in the Marriott Bonvoy loyalty program.
- View all PhotosSan Francisco Marriott Marquis
1.05 miles awaySan Francisco, CA0.7 miles to city center4.0-star Hotel ClassJust off Powell Street near the Yerba Buena Gardens, the San Francisco Marriott Marquis sits within easy reach of the city's transportation circuits (including the legendary cable cars), making it a good home base for visitors planning to cover a lot of ground. And when you need to take a load off, you'll find the Marriott's guest rooms cozy, with LCD TVs, pillow-top mattresses and high-speed Internet access. For a quick bite to eat, previous guests highly recommend grabbing a drink and some appetizers at The View Lounge. This rooftop restaurant's giant floor-to-ceiling windows give visitors expansive views of the bay. For something a little more filling, head to Bin 55 Restaurant for plates piled high with Continental cuisine. And should you need to burn some calories, this Marriott Marquis property houses a fitness center and an indoor pool (not to mention spa services). Keep in mind that Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points by staying here.
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