Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco
What We Love
- The junior Olympic pool and huge fitness center
- The Californian produce and small plate format at restaurant MKT
- Family friendly with Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae, and in-room games and DVD libraries
- Monthly wine tasting events
What To Know
- The spa is operated by Sports Club LA rather than the hotel
- There is a fee of $14.95 per day for WiFi
- Valet parking is steep at $58 per night
- It's best to make reservations ahead of time for the spa
- Free WiFi
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located just two blocks from Union Square, this grown-up oasis hits all the right notes for sophisticates who want to be at heart of the urban buzz while staying above the fray. Rooms in mocha, teal and cream pamper with floor-to-ceiling views, marble bathrooms with deep-soaking tubs and huge flatscreen TVs. Restaurant MKT caters to both farm-to-table fiends and expense account biz travelers, who nosh on dishes like Hearst Ranch grass-fed beef filet and mac and cheese garnished with black truffles. Take a dip with city views in the pool, or join a class at the 127,000 square foot fitness center before getting spoiled rotten at the spa, which offers stress-busting treatments from aromatherapy to detoxification.
In the Area
Some of San Francisco’s most feted landmarks are within an easy stroll, including Coit Tower, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (the museum is closed for expansion until 2016, but the store is still worth exploring for one-off design items, jewelry and glossy art tomes) and Union Square, where you can flex your credit card at a host of upscale designer temples. Pay homage to the Mission district’s roots with homemade tamales and ceviche at Mamacita, then ramble around boho Haight Ashbury and catch a reading or browse the shelves at indy bookstore Booksmith.
How to Get There
Amazing Hotel. We stayed for the weekend and were treated to a bottle of prosecvo each night. App responsiveness was outstanding
The city needs to recheck its priorities and rescue its long lost charm
The Four Seasons San Francisco is beautiful. The staff is amazingly attentive, no matter how busy the hotel is during your stay. Rooms are spotless. Food is excellent - both in-room dining and in the bar and restaurant.
This area of San Francisco I wouldn't go out of my way to stay at if not for business., however, I have had many business meeting during RSA and its a great option for that. service and hospitality differentiate from other options in the area
Of course a luxury 5-Star experience. While not my favorite in San Francisco, it remains true to 4 Seasons quality. The views could be better (I don't love downtown views) but people from NY will feel right at home. Great service and gorgeous building and lobby. Disappointing offer on private gym and pool (there is an Equinox in the building) so you will be sharing with everyone. However we are splitting hairs, you'll have an excellent stay!
Lovely hotel, in general, but bar service was poor, hotel room not up to Four Seasons standards and location of property puts it very near much homelessness! I have stayed at several Four Seasons properties and this one was disappointing in comparison.