The Bridge to Bridge rooms, with views going from the Bay Bridge all the way to the Golden Gate
The location’s prime for business travelers, with easy access to downtown
The morning juice bar menu
The uber-efficient Julien Farel blow dryers
What To Know
Take the house car to your morning meeting or first museum of the day
The gym is open 24 hours a day
Parking on site
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Spacious rooms, an elegant spa, yoga in the sky—and the city’s best views from 48 floors up
It’s all about the view here: hands down, it’s the best in town. The hotel, which occupies the top 11 floors of a 48-story building, is an Instagrammer’s dream. But while you might be tempted to take a long bath in the deep tub while gazing out at the San Francisco skyline, you should probably leave the bathroom eventually….right? When you do, you’ll find the rest of the hotel is just as spectacular: the spa is soothing and the treatment rooms very private, the rooms are spacious and have desks big enough to actually work at, and in addition to a well-equipped gym, the hotel offers summer yoga on the 40th-floor deck, where you can literally salute the sun. While every room has fabulous views (use the binoculars provided for full effect), the restaurant, all the way down on the first floor, unfortunately doesn’t.
In the Area
Just five blocks from the waterfront, the hotel offers easy access to the tourist mecca of the Embarcadero, though savvy travelers will prefer to head south instead, towards the Yerba Buena gardens, St. Patrick’s Church, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of the African Diaspora, which are a half-mile walk away (and all San Francisco must-sees). A BART station is just three blocks away (easy airport access!) and there are heaps of cafes and restaurants nearby. Working while traveling? Stop by Workshop Café, a pay-by-the-hour workspace with coffee and fast WiFi. Once you’re finished, stroll over to Rickhouse Bar, where the after-work crowd mingles and downs creative cocktails like the Rye Maple Fizz. Alternately, there’s 83 Proof, a well-stocked whiskey bar in a welcoming high-ceilinged space.
Loews Regency San Francisco
222 Sansome St
San Francisco, California 94104
How to Get There
Flights are available to San Francisco International Airport (SFO) and Oakland International Airport (OAK) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from SFO, about 15 miles away, are approximately $120 for domestic flights and $177 for international flights for up to four people per car, each way, and can be arranged through the property. Alternatively, transfers to/from OAK, about 19 miles away, are approximately $177 for domestic flights and $285 for international flights for up to four people per car, each way, and can be arranged through the property. Taxis to/from SFO are approximately $50, each way. If you’re renting a car for the transfer, valet parking is available for $62 (plus tax) per day. Alternatively, self-parking is available for $35 per day.