The 8 Best Hotels and Suites in San Francisco


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First opened in 2005, the St. Regis San Francisco is one of the finest hotels in the city, and with its location in the vibrant SoMa district, also one of the most convenient. Comprising the historic landmark Williams Building and a contemporary 40-story tower, the hotel combines wall-to-wall luxury with unbeatable service; after checking in, a personal butler will take you to your room and show you around.

Ame, the hotel’s in-house restaurant, is considered by food critics to be one of the finest in the city, and those who enjoy indulging themselves will find the 9000 square foot Remède spa a haven of peace. The luxurious amenities and interior design by Yabu Pushelberg, in addition to fantastic views from the rooms and suites ensure that the San Francisco is another fine addition to the St. Regis hotel chain and one of the most sophisticated establishments in the city.


Why we love it: With a nod to its location opposite the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Presidential Suite is filled with art from around the world. The suite features a living room, dining room and media room, as well as a private office and expansive bedroom. Each of its five rooms are beautifully decorated with an elegant contemporary style from Yabu Pushelberg comprising rich colors and varied textures. The dining room has a table seating ten, while the media room boasts a 42-inch plasma TV and Bose sound system. Those looking to catch up on their reading will enjoy the private room’s executive chair and abundance of natural light. Best of all, however, is the staggering view from the Presidential Suite, especially at night, when the bright lights of the city twinkle invitingly before you.




  • Square footage: 3,200
  • Nightly rate: $7,000

Toni Knorr, General Manager

+1 415 284 4050

125 Third Street, San Francisco, 94103

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