The St. Regis San Francisco
What We Love
- Near the Museum of Modern Art
- Remede Spa is an oasis in the city
- Michelin-starred Ame restaurant
What To Know
- The hotel is in a 40-story tower with residential units
- The tower and hotel opened in 2005
- 24-7 butler service in suites only
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Rising amid San Francisco’s shopping, financial and museum districts, The St. Regis San Francisco is set in a 40-story tower with 260 spacious guestrooms that are more akin to city pied-à-terries and in which everything from the TV to the drapes to the lights is operated with a touch-screen control panel. With art sprinkled throughout the hotel and the Museum of Modern Art a stone’s throw away, this stay is an art-lovers dream. Foodies have much to celebrate here as well with chef Hiro Sone’s renowned Asian-fusion menu at Ame. The Remede spa is one of the best in San Francisco and is worth a whirl if only for a dip in the indoor infinity pool with jaw-dropping skyline views.
In the Area
Head down to the rejuvenated wharf and check out the Ferry Building Marketplace for a taste of San Francisco’s best food, all in one spot. Catch a classic movie at the Art Deco legend Castro Theatre, the anchor of the Castro neighborhood. Stroll around Golden Gate Park and check out the latest exhibits at the fabulously modern DeYoung Museum and California Academy of Sciences. The narrow streets of San Francisco’s Chinatown, the largest outside Asia and oldest in North America, are packed with restaurants and shops selling everything from silks to unusual herbs. Union Square is the die-hard shopping area of San Francisco. You’ll find everything here: Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany’s, Hermes, Gump’s, and Chanel, to name just a few.
How to Get There
The best option in the middle of conference central but well located across from Yerba Buena gardens and the museum of modern art.
The main bar has a great selection of cocktails and the drinks are well prepared. There is a pool on the 6th floor which is nice and typically empty. The rooms are cream colored and small, with the expected luxury finishes and not cluttered by large armoire and furniture pieces - all storage is within the walls making the rooms clean and modern feeling.
Staff was universally friendly and helpful.
This is a fantastic hotel which makes you feel very welcome from booking the room last minute (did it on the plane before departure from LHR) to greeting you and providing with the excellent service. Concierge service is amazing, people at the front desk are the best! However, there are a few differences with other properties: no buffet breakfast - you order by the menu, no baggage packing. However, they have an amazing house car which will take you anywhere in the radius of 2 miles. Perhaps slightly more attention to detail to certain requests would make it even more perfect but overall it is wonderful! The rooms are modern and large. Agree it is the best SF hotel most likely. They organised wonderful flowers for my mum's birthday (even though it costs 150 USD) and balloons (free, haha)! Thank you!
I loved this hotel! Great location, great restaurant, friendly staff, nice rooms, pretty views. I was traveling with family, including my almost 2 year old grandson. He received a welcome bag of goodies, which he loved, and was greeted every time we walked by the lobby reception area. Bonus - gorgeous peonies everywhere! I would definitely stay here again.
Wonderful hotel in San Francisco, modern stile and design furnitures. Great position in the city and so amazing view from the upper floors. One of the best breakfast, and nice gym in the hotel. I suggest to visit and stay in this hotel visiting San Francisco.
The St. Regis never disappoints, we stayed in a lovely room with a view of the new Salesforce tower. The light and bright room was welcoming and well appointed as expected. All of the staff we interacted with were friendly and focused on serving our needs with a smile.
The St. Regis beds are amazing, I am shopping their site to buy a St. Regis mattress for our home so I can sleep this well at home soon.
This is a delightful place to stay in the San Fran.