The St. Regis San Francisco is located in central San Francisco, close to San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Union Square, and TransAmerica Pyramid. Nearby points of interest also include AT&T Park and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.
Dining options at The St. Regis San Francisco include a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Room service is available 24 hours a day. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool, a spa tub, a sauna, a fitness facility, and a steam room. The property's full-service health spa has massage/treatment rooms and beauty services. This 5-star property has a business center and offers small meeting rooms, limo/town car service, and audio-visual equipment. High-speed Internet access is available in public areas. This San Francisco property has event space consisting of banquet facilities, conference/meeting rooms, a ballroom, and exhibit space. ;Business services, wedding services, and tour assistance are available. Guest parking is available for a surcharge. Additional property amenities include a coffee shop/café, valet parking, and a concierge desk.
There are 260 guestrooms at The St. Regis San Francisco. Beds come with premium bedding. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers with handheld showerheads. They also offer phones, televisions, and makeup/shaving mirrors. In addition to CD players, guestrooms offer direct-dial phones with voice mail. 42-inch plasma televisions have DVD players and pay movies. Air-conditioned rooms also include desks, minibars, complimentary bottled water, and remote lighting/drapery/curtain control. Guests may request irons/ironing boards, hypo-allergenic bedding, and wake-up calls. A nightly turndown service and housekeeping are available. Cribs (infant beds) and rollaway beds are available on request.
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"Stunning Property, Perfect Staff, Excellent Views, Can't Recommend Enough..."
Have stayed at this hotel numerous times, usually 2-3 times a year, both as a weekend retreat when we lived in the Bay Area as well as our favorite destination when we return to San Francisco after having moved to Texas a few years ago. Now first the disclaimer - as a Starwood Platinum I have been fortunate to get upgraded a few times to their butler suites and they are probably the best room type I have ever had in a city hotel - corner rooms, great views, awesome amenities and staff service. We love the touch controls for the A/V equipment and the blinds. That said, the regular rooms are great too, they just feel small if your last stay was in a suite! Probably our favorite little treat is the complimentary (if available) one-way transport to dinner in the hotel Bentley. Hard to beat. The location is just 1 1/2 blocks from Market St, and has easy access to San Francisco Shopping Centre, Union Square, the Ferry Building (probably a 20 min walk), Moscone Center, and the Metreon. About a 5 minute walk to BART, which considering the $50+ cost to park your car at the hotel, might not be such a bad option. We especially love the lobby bar, with the modern fireplace and perfectly-made drinks. You will often see local celebrities hanging out here (former mayor Willie Brown lives in the building) but everybody is really discreet and focused on serving the guests. The primary restaurant, Ame, has a Michelin star as well - can't beat that. Lastly, the St. Regis has probably the best non-resort spa we have ever used. Excellent (and costly) treatments with long-tenured staff. We ALWAYS fit in a treatment if staying here. This is our #1 favorite non-resort hotel in the world. Yes I am biased as this is my hometown and I love San Francisco AND as a SPG Platinum I get perks...but for anybody staying here you will simply not be disappointed.
"want to move in"
LOVED the room, the bed, the bathroom. The BEST pancakes and fruit for breakfast. LOVE LOVE LOVE. Leave time to take a bath in the beautiful bathroom and soaking tub. And be sure to order room service breakfast. I still think about it.
"Fantastic location and style, could work out a few kinks"
Beautiful hotel inside, with very modern minimal décor, super friendly front desk staff (kudos for always having change for my $20's), and seamless check-in. Room very clean with nice amenities such as Bose stereo, good linens, soaking tub and large shower. Some niggles with the room; the space was overall great, but oddly very little closet space to hang clothing. Similarly, little space (one sink) around sink but huge shower which really didn't need to be that big, considering rainhead was in middle of it. Plenty of good-sized towels. Why no coffee maker or espresso maker' Stayed at Langham in Chicago recently; I thought in-room espresso makers or at least in-hallway ones are de rigeur. It would have been nice to know that there is free coffee by Vitrine restaurant on 4th floor, saving me a trip to Peet's or room service every day. Also, housekeeping was just fine but didn't come early unless you requested it. One of my pet peeves is coming back later in the day and finding the room hadn't been made up yet. If you asked though, it seemed to have been done. Missed turn-down service at least once, but it's nice when you get it. Front desk and valets can-do staff and very cheery. thanks, guys. Fun to get a ride in the Bentley or the Mercedes to dinner (first come, first serve). A little annoying was the fact that the lobby bar area was always packed when we got back every day around 5 (I attended conference in the area). Wish there were a way to find seating more easily if you were staying there for an aperitif. Seemed that the lobby bar was the place to 'see and be seen'. Nonetheless, one day we saddled up to the bar and had a great rose champagne while we were waiting on the house car. Great service too-they held the car for us while we finished our drink and settled up since they had initially thought the car would be out longer and our wait was a lot less than anticipated. Loved room service. The server/attendant was very kind and very pleasant. Room service oatmeal, fresh fruits, and Panini with egg were all great. Highly recommended if you want to be a bit decadent. A little annoyed that you could hear quite a bit in the hallway from your room. I find that boutique hotels really do the soundproofing better than larger chains. Don't really know why, just seems to be so. Had an upper level room and would recommend it. Would I pay $800 for this' Probably not frequently, since I got a conf. room rate, but maybe in a pinch. Definitely one of the nicest hotels in town and very well situated.
"5 Diamond Physical Plant, 4 Diamond Location, 3 Diamond Service"
Well, this is a beautiful hotel. Very nice build out with lots of marble, granite, expensive wall coverings and art. I stayed in a corner suite. The room itself was beautiful and tastefully done in a warm contemporary style. The bathroom is luxurious as well but has limited countertop space. The mattress in my suite needs to be replaced and is too soft and bowing in the center. The food here is excellent. The bath amenities are also generous and very nice, a line by Remedie, their Spa. On the negative side, this room was really noisy. It could have been the corner location, but the street noise was loud enough to wake me up in the middle of the night several times and I was on a high floor well above 14. There was also lots of noise from the room next door and the hallway. I utilized the spa which was nice but those spa rooms were noisy too. The location is OK, about a block or so down from the Four Seasons but I have to say, the Four Seasons location is better if you are walking a lot and it is a lot quieter there. They have some huge service issues in this hotel, especially with housekeeping. Upon check in, the room was not turned down (this is at 11 pm at night) which is SOP for a hotel like this. The second day, I left the housekeeping call button on, left for the day , returned at 5:00 pm to discover housekeeping never arrived. The manager was very nice and sent a bottle of wine but really' Also, they have a premium internet and a free internet, but both are very poor. They also have the TV wired through the internet so it's very slow as well. Everybody was pretty nice though. This was my first stay here. I usually stay at the Four Seasons or the Mandarin Oriental. I would recommend the Four Seasons for business for sure. Also, this hotel is doing something that a lot of higher end resorts and hotels are doing. They are forgoing the coffee amenity in the room so you have to call for even a cup of coffee. Be warned.
The only reason why I didn't rate it excellent is because of the internet and business centre charges, which shouldn't exist in a hotel of that category. I used the business centre computer for less than five minutes to print boarding passes, and my credit card was charged $14.95 even though the first 30 minutes of use were supposed to be free. Everything else was great: the location within walking distance of many shops, museums, cafes and restaurants; the room, clean, spacious and comfortable with plenty of closet space and marble bathroom; the swimming pool and the spa; and last but not least, the staff, who were all very courteous and professional (except for one waitress at the bar who didn't seem to have much English and kept mixing up our orders). When we went to leave for the airport I realized I'd forgotten one personal item in the room and the receptionist went to great lengths to retrieve it for me quickly so I wouldn't be late for my flight. When I got to the airport I found out I'd left behind another, even more important item and the hotel security officer very efficiently arranged courier delivery. Special thanks to both of them and to the concierge, who was extremely friendly and helpful.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM