St Regis Hotel San Francisco

The St Regis Hotel San Francisco is one of the newest hotels in San Francisco. It is also one of the best. Guests who book a stay at this 40-story establishment can expect luxury all the way, as well as excellent service. After guests check in at the St Regis San Francisco, they are escorted to their quarters by a butler. This helpful servant will be happy to show guests how to use their in-room control panels, which can be used to draw the drapes, turn on the large plasma television, and dim the lights. There are 260 total guest units at this San Francisco luxury hotel, and they easily figure among the most attractive guest units in town. Great rooms aren't all that the St Regis Hotel San Francisco has to offer, however, and guests will find that plenty of pleasures are just outside their doors.

St Regis Hotel San Francisco
St Regis Hotel San Francisco

The St Regis San Francisco enjoys a fantastic location in the heart of the exciting SoMa neighborhood. Right next door is the Museum of Modern Art, and the hotel also offers proximity to the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens. In addition to being close to these attractions, the St Regis Hotel San Francisco is just a short walk away from a number of bars and clubs for those who have a taste for nightlife. Union Square is hardly far away either, and it deserves a look when shopping is your goal. Having the opportunity to take advantage of the immediate area is just one of the reasons why a stay at the St Regis can be so rewarding. Guests can also take advantage of the wide range of amenities at the hotel, including the sumptuous spa, the 24-hour business center, and the fascinating Museum of the African Diaspora.

A tempting spa, a competent business center, and a lovely art museum aren't the only facilities that guests at the St Regis San Francisco will have at their disposal. A complete workout can be enjoyed in the health club, and the 50-foot infinity lap pool is also available for exercise. Those who take advantage of the onsite fitness facilities can perhaps enjoy some extra indulgence at the hotel's restaurants, both of which are appetizing. The signature restaurant at the St Regis Hotel San Francisco puts an Asian spin on "New American cuisine," and it uses lots of fresh ingredients from local suppliers. As one might expect at a luxury hotel in San Francisco, the St Regis also offers a trendy bar to go with its excellent dining establishments. This bar is popular with San Francisco socialites, and it can be found in the stunning lobby. Also found in the lobby is a sixteen-foot-long fireplace that never fails to impress. Impressive is a word that can be used to sum up the general facilities at this San Francisco luxury hotel, and it also applies to the guest units.

The guest units at the St Regis Hotel come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and all of them are luxurious. The décor is minimalist chic in the guest units, and the amenities abound. Even if guests choose to book one of the base Superior Guest Rooms, they can expect to enjoy extensive comforts and conveniences. In addition to a state-of-the-art control panel and a huge flat-screen television, the standard guest room amenities at this attractive San Francisco luxury hotel also include premium bedding, soft guest robes, an entertainment center with a DVD/CD player, an oversized desk, a cozy sofa for sitting, a safe for valuables, and a mini bar. Even the sparkling bathrooms are full of amenities. These include a smaller flat-screen television, a large soaking tub, a lighted mirror, and a high quality hair dryer. Around the clock room service is available in the plush guest units, and guests can also enjoy high-speed internet access for an added fee. Downtown San Francisco hotels

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