Top 10 San Francisco Hotels

Reviews of Best Hotels in San Francisco, California

  • The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco

    The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco 5 Stars This glamorous hotel is the utmost in elegance and sophistication. Afternoon tea is served in its stunning Lobby Lounge, decorated with museum-quality art and their gourmet restaurant, The Dining Room, is highly acclaimed. Located on Nob Hill, this luxury hotel is nearby to Chinatown, Union Square and cable car lines. They have a pool, gym and steam rooms.Check for Best Rate

  • Four Seasons San Francisco

    Four Seasons San Francisco 5 Stars Located right on Market Street in the artsy district of Yerba Buena, you are walking distance to Union Square and the Museum of Modern Art. The feel is sophisticated yet modern; with a vibrant décor and an extensive art collection. They deliver impeccable service and attention to detail. Guests can enjoy direct access to the Sports Club LA fitness center & Splash Spa.Check for Best Rate

  • The Westin St. Francis

    The Westin St. Francis 4 Stars This legendary 1904 hotel, known for its magnificent lobby filled with marble columns and crystal chandeliers, has remained one of the top hotels in this city for over 100 years. Located across from Union Square, you can't ask for a better location. Take a ride to the hotel's top floor in their famous outdoor glass elevator and have a drink in the romantic Compass Rose Lounge.Check for Best Rate

  • Taj Campton Place

    Taj Campton Place 4.5 Stars Conveniently located right in Union Square, this luxury boutique hotel offers an elegant, yet intimate ambiance for either business or pleasure travelers. The rooms are serene and inviting, designed with your comfort in mind; much like a private retreat. Their restaurant, The Campton Place Restaurant, features French and Mediterranean specialties.Check for Best Rate

  • Le Meridien San Francisco

    Le Meridien San Francisco 4.5 Stars Located in the Financial District, this 24-story modern hotel is directly connected to the Embarcadero Center by an elevated walkway. It is also close to cable car lines and the waterfront. There is a fitness center, business center and fine-dining restaurant. The rooms are decorated in a contemporary style; with California king beds and flat-screen TVs. This is a great choice for the business traveler.Check for Best Rate

  • Omni San Francisco Hotel

    Omni San Francisco Hotel 4.5 Stars This historic hotel has a stunning, Renaissance-style facade and it lobby features marble floors and crystal chandeliers. The hotel is a unique combination of old-world charm and modern day allure. Conveniently located at foot of Nob Hill, this terrific hotel is close to cable car lines, Chinatown and North Beach. The rooms have traditional furnishings and luxurious draperies.Check for Best Rate

  • W Hotel San Francisco

    W Hotel San Francisco 4 Stars This Neoclassical-style hotel is in the heart of the city's hip South-of-Market district. You will be amazed at the 3-story, octagon-shaped lobby. The rooms, like the rest of the hotel, are sleek and modern. There is an atrium pool, spa and gym and is located next to the Museum of Modern Art. This is a young, hip hotel features all of the top amenities and is terrific for both business and leisure travelers wanting to be right in hub of things.Check for Best Rate

  • Palace Hotel

    Palace Hotel 4 Stars This historic 1909 hotel was completely restored and exhibits glamour of an era gone-by. The stained-glass dome over the legendary Garden Court offers an amazing atmosphere for brunch or high tea. The rooms all feature 14-foot ceilings and have traditional furnishings. They have 3 acclaimed restaurants in addition to their Pied Piper Bar with live jazz music. You can also take the City Guides Walking Tour from there.Check for Best Rate

  • The Fairmont San Francisco

    The Fairmont San Francisco 4.5 Stars This legendary 1906 hotel, known as the "Queen of Nob Hill," has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur. It stunning facade features Corinthian marble columns. Inside there is an opulent lobby and a fantastic domed restaurant. The rooms are elegant with marble baths and panoramic city views. Many feel the hotel's best feature is its famous Tonga Room, which has been home to more than a century of merriment & camaraderieCheck for Best Rate

10 Top Things to do in San Francisco

  1. Take a ride on a cable car
  2. Drive across the Golden Gate Bridge
  3. See the Victorian houses known as the "pink ladies"
  4. Take a ferry to Alcatraz Island
  5. Have some Dim Sum in Chinatown
  1. Visit The Embarcadero and Pier 39
  2. Go to Fisherman's Wharf
  3. Have Dinner in one of the world-renowned gourmet restaurants
  4. Drive down Lombard St., the "crookedest street"
  5. Walk around and windowshop Union Square

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San Francisco, California is one of the most visited cities in the world. Known as the "City by the Bay," it's a fascinating and sophisticated city, full of magnificent sights, culture and of course great food. From its Golden Gate Bridge, Cable Cars , famous steep hills and Victorian Row Houses. You'll be delighted and entertained your entire trip. Below you will find a list of the city's top 10 hotels and the top 10 things to do while you visit the this extraordinary city.

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