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Five Hotels In San Francisco

Five Hotels In San Francisco

Traveling to San Francisco can be an experience of a lifetime. While staying in San Francisco you will want to pamper yourself in luxury. The luxurious hotels are stunning and will provide the comforts of home, along with many amenities that you will enjoy while staying on these affluent hotels. The Mandarin Oriental Hotel prides itself on their sky terrace guestrooms. All 154 guestrooms include Frette bed linens, porcelain lamps, turndown service, bathrobes, and the list goes on and on. The security is top notch at this hotel, as well as the location. San Francisco’s financial district is located within one block of this luxurious hotel. The Pacific Coast Exchange Building is nearby and is an architect’s dream!

If the cable cars in San Francisco interest you, the Ritz-Carlton will provide you with the services that you desire. This luxurious hotel is home to 336 guestrooms in a nine story historic building. Hotel guests can hop on the California Line Cable Car right outside the hotel’s front doors. You can journey to the Embarcadero area right along the waterfront where numerous sightseeing opportunities await the San Francisco tourist. This hotel is home to an indoor pool and spa area which are adjacent to the hotel’s wellness center. A concierge is always on duty as well as complimentary Town Car service to the financial district. A hotel with an ideal location for the business or pleasure traveler to the San Francisco area.

The St. Regis San Francisco hotel located within the SOMA (South of Market) district features contemporary guest rooms which include bathrobes, bedside controls which operate window treatments, a bathroom tv, and 42-inch plasma screen televisions. Wow, this hotel seems to have it all! All guests at this property have access to a Bentley that offers one way transportation of three miles. The rooftop across the street at Yerba Buena Gardens is home to an ice skating rink, a bowling alley, a playground, and numerous other activities. The culture and diversity within the area of the St. Regis San Francisco hotel will round out your San Francisco experience.

The Grand Hyatt in San Francisco is 36 stories tall and guestrooms feature floor to ceiling windows which provide awesome views of San Francisco. Rooms located at the lower levels have stunning views of architectural history which line the streets of this bustling city. Guestrooms at the higher level host views to the astounding San Francisco skyline. Each floor has something unique to offer everyone. The 36th floor of this hotel is home to Grandviews Restaurant and Lounge which provides views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, and the skyline. Guests here will want to return, as the amenities are top notch. From European throw pillows and down blankets, to a Sealy Posturepedic mattress along with a Signature Hyatt Grand Bed.

Last but not least, The Clift Hotel located within the Union Square Area is an Art lovers dream hotel! Built in 1915, an eclectic collection of modern art are located within this unique hotel. Union Square is filled with art galleries and theaters and the occassional Broadway Musical. The Clift Hotel provides a host of amenities that any art lover will adore. All 363 guestrooms offer free nightly turn down service, as well as in room safes which accommodate lap top computers. The Concierge here is very helpful and can help you with bicycle rentals or arrange a tour of the San Francisco Bay Area. The historic styling of this hotel not only flows through the lobby and guestrooms but also flows into the Legendary Redwood Bar.

No matter where you stay while visiting this colossal west coast city, you will have a new appreciation of San Francisco! The diversity and culture that you will have endured will travel home with you. Who knows? Maybe you will be an influence in regards to encouraging your local community to embrace change , as you will have experienced much culture and diversity while visiting San Francisco. These five stunning hotels are a quick glance at some of the unique accommodations and amenities that San Francisco hotels have to offer. Remember to plan before visiting and book your reservation at one of these five hotels that meets your needs and interests the best!

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