The St. Regis San Francisco

125 3rd Street | San Francisco, CA 94103-3107  [SEE MAP]San Francisco, CA  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Awesome service

Apr 20th, 2019

This hotel is a beautiful facility, modern, clean, and very well designed. We were overwhelmed by the quality of service provided by all staff members. It is this service level, unsurpassed in my travel experience, which separates this St Regis from others. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Elegant Yet Personal

Apr 15th, 2019

We have enjoyed St. Regis properties many times. Our favorite is the one in Florence, Italy. That was heaven. The San Francisco St. Regis cannot compare to that property for only one reason-San Fran is not Florence, Italy! On all other markers it is equal. The property rooms have fantastic views of the city. The rooms are quiet, very modern and spotless. The staff are always asking to help. One of the most professional concierges we have ever experienced is Daniel Rey at the St. Regis. He is one of the most recognized concierges in the world. He knows everything about making a guests time there memorable, from transportation, to restaurants, to entertainment. He, like all the staff, made our stay enjoyable and special. The General Manager went out of her way upgrade us, to have our room ready and give us a late checkout time. They are in a highly competitive marketplace and recognize that exceeding expectations of their guests is the way to achieve a loyal clientele. If you belong to BonVoy and stay mostly at Marriot properties, save your points and make this a special trip and celebration. You won't regret it. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Great But Short Business Stay

Apr 14th, 2019

We normally have stayed at the St Regis, at Mission & 3rd Streets, in San Francisco’s SoMa area about every 3 months. We are in San Francisco for meetings, at least monthly, so lots of opportunities to stay. However, for the previous several trips, they were booked, so we stayed elsewhere. In August, it was nice to be returning for a stay, even for a short one. We arrived on Tuesday afternoon, and checked out in the afternoon on Wednesday. Not long at all. As my wife had a dinner meeting on Tuesday, I was solo, so just took it easy, and dined on-property at Grill, just off of the lobby of the St Regis. I was assigned room 1713, which is on the westside of the tower (the St. Regis is sort of bifurcated, in that it’s an older, historic building, with a more modern “tower” right behind. I think that this was a new room for us, and had a nice view to the west, beyond Yerba Buena Gardens, and the Moscone Center. The room was very comfortable, with a King bed (very nice sleeping), a desk, small sitting area and a built-in “wall unit” with closets, drawers, a mini-bar and flat-screen TV. The separate bathroom has both a walk-in shower, and a soaking tub. The toilet is behind a frosted glass door. The bathroom has a single sink, but in a large vanity, so that one has plenty of horizontal space, with several small drawers and under-counter storage. It also came equipped with a full compliment of the Remède Spa amenities, and plush St. Regis towels – common at all of the St. Regis properties, where we have stayed. We had a hair dryer, which functioned well for my wife. There is one little “oddity” in the bathroom arrangement with many of the St. Regis San Francisco rooms, and 1713 had that – there is a window over the soaking tub, which opens into the bedroom When closed, the light from the bathroom does not intrude into the bedroom, but some noise will. When opened, the bathroom is filled with the light from the bedroom (especially if the blackout curtains are open), which brightens up the bathroom greatly. In general, the bathroom lighting is adequate, and there is a lighted vanity mirror on the wall. While the closet space is small, it was ideal for our clothing on this short trip. If one were staying a week, it might have proved too small? There was a horizontal safe, and iron & ironing board, and then a tray of more amenities. We had two plush terry bathrobes and then slippers, which came out, along with the amenity tray, during the turndown service. The St. Regis includes complementary overnight shoeshine services, which I took advantage of, during this stay. The mini-bar seemed well-stocked, but we did not take advantage of anything there. We had adequate AC outlets and USB ports, to charge all of our devices, and enough flat surfaces, that nothing had to hang from a wall outlet, or be placed on the floor. Our two windows had both sheers and blackout curtains, in a “Roman shade” configuration, and those are actuated by wall switches near the bed. Those worked perfectly. The “Do Not Disturb” sign is actuated by a switch, near the door. There is also a signal to “Make Up My Room,” but I did not use that, on our short stay. On this short trip, I did not use the Remède Spa, but have during most of our visits, even if not staying at the St Regis. I did spend some time in the Lobby Bar, catching up with the bartenders, who, like all of the staff at the St Regis, always welcome us by name – not at all sure how they do it? Once more, a very good, albeit it short stay, and we will return. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3


Apr 13th, 2019

Nice hotel but way too expensive. $600 for 1 night excluding breakfast. Rooms are very noisy, I could hear the morning alarms of the next room every morning, the elevators, people talking in the hallway... overpriced. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5


Apr 13th, 2019

The staff are so pleasant and helpful and the hotel is spotlessi. It has a great position just off main shopping area of the city and is conveniently situated for access to public transport . I must mention Dominick Hengge for going the extra mile to make our stay special . TRIPADVISOR.COM USER