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Hotel Vitale, a Joie de Vivre hotel

SoMa 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 199-room, Joie de Vivre property brings classy, boutique style to the Embarcadero --- an area infamous for its big, less-than-personal hotels. — Gayot

Steps from the Ferry Building, this luxury boutique hotel boasts 199 elegant contemporary rooms. — Rough Guide

For earthy types, lavender-scented hallways are lit by leaf-patterned panels that suggest forest canopies, and complimentary yoga classes are held in the penthouse studio. — Condé Nast Traveler

This stylish Joie de Vivre hotel may boast 200 quarters, but its excellent service and well-designed guest rooms and public areas create a boutique sensibility. — Star Service

In addition to its prime location... Hotel Vitale looks pretty darn chic... Excellent service from the well-trained staff. — Frommer's

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from $204

The St. Regis San Francisco

SoMa 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Visually stunning modern design aesthetics – it’s almost like staying inside a work of art. — Rough Guide

St. Regis San Francisco harbors public space and guest rooms on the first 20 floors, and floors 22 and above anchor some of the city's most expensive "sky-homes." — Star Service

SF’s ultra-luxe 40-story SoMa sensation, replete with 24-hour butlers, leather textured walls, screw-free artwork and postcard views. — BlackBook

The latest in full-blown high-tech luxury is yours at this über-chic 40-story SoMa tower. — Frommer's

Built in 2005, the St. Regis offers the best in luxury. — Oyster

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from $455

Palace Hotel

SoMa 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The elegantly furnished rooms and modern bathrooms are small, but ceilings are high - and none higher than the soaring glass of the Garden Court restaurant, a popular breakfast destination. — Time Out

It remains a historic reminder of San Francisco's florid past, making a stark contrast to the gleaming modern city that is being rebuilt around it. — Star Service

The original 1875 Palace was one of the world's largest and most luxurious hotels, and every time you walk through the doors here, you'll be reminded how incredibly majestic old luxury really is. — Frommer's

Boasting ample turn-of-the-20th-century elegance and 550 rooms on only eight floors (dig these corridors), the Palace is aptly named. — Oyster

"Majestic" is the word that best sums up this landmark hotel, which was the world's largest and most luxurious when it opened in 1875. — Fodor's

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from $225

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

SoMa 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Two blocks from Union Square and the Museum of Modern Art, Four Seasons San Francisco is a sleek high-rise in the Yerba Buena cultural district. — Andrew Harper

This exclusive, award-winning hotel is sandwiched between multimillion-dollar condos, elite shops, and a premier sports-and-fitness complex. — Fodor's

Nobody does modern luxury quite like this straight-away winner. — Michelin Guide

The Four Seasons is huge, confident and very corporate, and one of San Francisco's best posh hotels. — Lonely Planet

The Four Seasons' huge, well-outfitted rooms and attentive service are among the city's best, but the 277-room property falls a bit short of expectations. — Oyster

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from $374

Fairmont San Francisco

Nob Hill 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 591 guest rooms here are old-school elegant, with overstuffed chairs, damask drapes, and dark-wood furnishings. — Travel + Leisure

Famous for its gorgeous lobby and opulent public rooms, the Fairmont is the grandest of all the grand hotels at the top of Nob Hill. — DK Eyewitness

San Francisco socialites have long loved the Fairmont, and the Nob Hill legend gained national fame after a several year run as the St. Gregory on the TV series "Hotel". — Gayot

The Fairmont combines the history, cachet, and decor of a turn-of-the-20th-century grand old dame with the amenities, technology, and corporate-dominated clientele of a large chain property. — Oyster

Rooms... in the original building have high ceilings and a rich sense of place, but not all have views; rooms in the vintage-1961 tower have jaw-dropping vistas yet feel more generic. — Concierge

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Argonaut Hotel, A Noble House Hotel

Fisherman’s Wharf 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in the 1907 Haslett Warehouse, the Argonaut is the only hotel located in the Maritime National Historical Park. — Travel + Leisure

Its rooms are whimsically decorated to emulate a luxury cruise ship in cheerful nautical colors. — Frommer's

The spacious rooms, many with a sofa bed in the sitting area, have recently been redesigned but still spotlight exposed-brick walls and wood-beam ceilings. — Fodor's

Set in Fisherman's Wharf, this Kimpton Group hotel goes for broke with its maritime theme. — Gayot

Drop anchor at this "nautical-themed" "secret" (part of the Kimpton chain), which offers a "breath of fresh air" thanks to "nice-sized" quarters with Frette linens and in-room spa treatments. — Zagat

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from $249

The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco

Chinatown 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Enjoy apartment living the Ritz-Carlton way near the best of the City by the Bay. — Jetsetter

The Ritz-Carlton has been the de facto choice for dignitaries and heads of state for years. — Time Out

Inside an iconic, 100-year-old columned Nob Hill landmark, the Ritz-Carlton is San Francisco's most formal luxury hotel. — Concierge

Everything you'd expect from a Ritz... all in the ritziest of San Francisco neighborhoods. — Oyster

It’s the Ritz: What more needs to be said? Monolithic pillared 1909 structure high stop Snob Hill slightly resembling the White House. — BlackBook

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from $349

Taj Campton Place

Union Square 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in a prized position eyeing the holiday ice rink on Union Square, this small deluxe-leaning property has one of the most unusual blends for a hotel of its ilk — Star Service

Refined and intimate, this jewel in the crown of the exclusive Taj hotel chain has sleek rooms with... Egyptian cotton sheets on fluffy beds. — Lonely Planet

Situated mid-hill, Taj Campton Place fits into the rolling cityscape of San Francisco and is just one block away from Union Square. — Forbes Travel Guide

A stay here is as soothing as a cup of hot chocolate and as serene as a weekend at a country house, thanks to insulated glass windows that block out urban noise. — Concierge

This luxurious, 110-room boutique one block from Union Square is an enclave of posh rooms and pampering service in a dense city. — Oyster

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from $280

Hotel Drisco

San Francisco 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Pretend you're a resident of one of the wealthiest residential neighborhoods in San Francisco at this understated, elegant 1903 Edwardian hotel. — Fodor's

Pacific Heights is the "gold coast" of San Francisco, a desirable address where colorful mansions both modern and old-school stand side by side. — Gayot

It might be yet another in the seemingly endless list of Joie de Vivre properties around town, but this hotel has actually been in business for over a century. — Time Out

These elegant lodgings are perfectly poised on a hilltop in the Pacific Heights neighbourhood, a short walk from restaurants, boutiques and the Presidio parklands. — The Telegraph

On one of the most sought-after blocks of residential property in all of San Francisco, the Drisco, built in 1903, is one of the city's best small hotels. — Frommer's

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from $370

Orchard Garden Hotel

Chinatown 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in 2006, this 86-room hotel was built from the ground up following environmentally sensitive building practices. — Gayot

The city’s first LEED-certified hotel attracts both leisure and business travellers with straightforward lodgings and solid-gold service — The Telegraph

Feel virtuous and eco-friendly by staying at the first San Francisco hotel built to environmentally stringent LEED specifications. — Fodor's

This 86-room hotel’s eco-friendliness scored a hallowed LEED rating from the U.S. Green Building Council, one of only a handful of U.S. hotels to receive one. — Condé Nast Traveler

The first green hotel in SF...or so they say. — Not For Tourists

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from $179

Inn at the Presidio

San Francisco 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Inn at the Presidio is a mid-range property situated in a former military barracks in Golden Gate National Recreation Area. — Oyster

This historic hotel is beautifully situated in the Georgian Revival-style Pershing Hall, which served as home to unmarried U.S. Army officers in the early 1900s. — Gayot

A former army barracks that is now a 22-room Georgian revival-style inn with relaxed country-chic rooms. — Travel + Leisure

The staff here is friendly, efficient and ready to help. — Star Service

Nestled in the green parklands of the Presidio, this gorgeous historic inn inhabits a National Historic Landmark. — The Telegraph

The Scarlet Huntington

Nob Hill 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Each of the 136 guestrooms is individually decorated, but all include antique dark wood furniture and plush fabrics such as damask and velvet. — Travel + Leisure

Built at dawn of Roaring ’20s as luxury apartments by Central Pacific Line railroad barons, still oozes posh sophistication. — BlackBook

Nob Hill's discrete grande dame, the go-to address of society ladies who prefer the comfort of tradition over the garishness of style. — Lonely Planet

True to its name, the Scarlet Huntington makes use of sumptuous reds throughout the hotel, from its brick facade to its Passion Suite decorated in shades of ruby. — Afar Magazine

Its common areas are old-money elegant... the rooms themselves are large, if unexciting. — Rough Guide

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from $235

Loews Regency San Francisco

Financial District 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

San Francisco's best hotel with a view, this Mandarin Oriental property occupies the top 11 floors of the city's third-tallest building. — Concierge

With astounding views from elegant, spacious rooms high up in a Financial District skyscraper and the best in pampering service, this Mandarin Oriental lives up to its luxury reputation. — Oyster

This is a place where... most structures don’t rise more than 20 or so stories — which makes the Mandarin Oriental’s location all the more impressive. — Jetsetter

This hotel opened with a bang as the Mandarin Oriental in 1987, and today, as a Loews Regency, it continues to compete with its luxury counterparts in the area of distinction. — Gayot

Service is a signature here, where gorgeous rooms styled with a simple elegance and a natural palette offer a respite from the Financial District’s hustle and bustle. — Afar Magazine

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from $349

Hotel Zetta San Francisco

SoMa 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Purpose-built for fans of high-energy boutique-hotels, this is San Francisco's "it girl," a fashionable and hospitable alloy boasting adult-oriented modern decor and entertainment. — Star Service

Union Square hotel with a playful feel—literally. — Bon Appétit

The Milano boasts some of the best-value rooms in Downtown, and one of the best locations. — Time Out

With a playful lobby lounge accented in splashes of acid yellow... and slick tech-friendly rooms, Hotel Zetta has boldly announced itself on the hotel scene. — Fodor's

A uniquely crafted hip refuge that’s close to Union Square, with a decor of cool repurposed furnishings, a funky recreational room with games and on-site restaurant. — Oyster

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from $189

Omni San Francisco Hotel

Financial District 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When you walk into the Omni San Francisco Hotel in the bustling Financial District, you can’t help but feel as if you’ve stepped back to a simpler, grander time — Forbes Travel Guide

The Omni San Francisco offers just the type of refinery and resplendence you'd expect in a high-end hotel but with none of the stuffy attitude. — The Telegraph

Italian marble, crystal chandeliers, and rich wood paneling in the lobby set the elegant tone in this award-winning hotel that beckons the business traveler. — Frommer's

With a great central location right on the cable car line, this business-friendly hotel is relatively new, but feels as though it's been part of the landscape for years. — Time Out

The Omni San Francisco’s central location in the Financial District makes it a popular destination among business travelers. — Afar Magazine

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from $195

Hotel Zelos

SoMa 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tailored lines and rich textures throughout lend a sophisticated, fresh aspect to the overall air of elegance. — Frommer's

This Union Square boutique hotel brings whimsical flair to the circa-1908 building it inhabits. — Gayot

Situated in what is now an exceptional location—though it certainly wasn't very attractive a decade ago—on the south side of Market Street at the edge of the SOMA district and a short... — Star Service

The sexy Palomar is decked out with crocodile-print carpets, stripy persimmon-red chairs, chocolate-brown wood and cheetah-print robes in the closet. — Lonely Planet

Grandiose Victorian-era pistachio-green brick building with classic white granite flourishes. — BlackBook

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Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel

Union Square 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lavish European rococo swathed in rich royal colors in lobby of 1928 gem. Old-school ambience at a reasonable rack rate. — BlackBook

Now under the Kimpton Hotels umbrella, this property is one of San Francisco'€™s better-known landmark hotels. — Gayot

A long-established Union Square hotel, the Sir Francis Drake glows in Art Deco splendor. — DK Eyewitness

One of San Francisco’s most storied hotels, the Drake has a prime position near Union Square. — The Telegraph

This San Francisco landmark is all prince and no pauper. — Michelin Guide

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from $175

Clift Hotel San Francisco

Union Square 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Schrager-Starck property is still the hippest hotel in town, and doesn't it know it. — Time Out

The entrance is so nondescript here, you could walk right past it without a hint of what's inside, and that's exactly how the clientle—a mix of hipsters, music-industry types, and celebrities—like it. — Fodor's

Once the most traditional of San Francisco's grand hotels, this historic building was remodeled in 2001 by avant-garde designers Philippe Starck and Ian Schraeger. — Gayot

Inside a century-old building near Union Square, this edgy boutique hotel attracts a young, fashionable clientele. — The Telegraph

Young trendsetters now flock here for overpriced monochrome lavender streamlined rooms with often-minuscule bathrooms, glamorous atmosphere, and a heavy dose of attitude. — Frommer's

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from $169

Hotel Kabuki, a Joie de Vivre hotel

San Francisco 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hotel Kabuki offers a calm and serene experience, complete with traditional, Japanese-style soaking tubs and a free pass for the Kabuki Springs and Spa. — DK Eyewitness

Elegant hotel in the Japanese style. — Not For Tourists

As the Radisson Miyako, this efficient Japantown hotel was a favourite of Japanese business travellers. — Time Out

Hotel Kabuki offers the ultimate chic cultural immersion... The uncluttered, clean look of the lobby instantly calms mind, body, and soul. — Michelin Guide

Best details: deep Japanese soaking tubs with adjoining showers, and free weekday passes to Kabuki Springs & Spa. — Lonely Planet

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from $189

Hotel Nikko San Francisco

Union Square 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Standard and deluxe rooms run slightly above average for the city, measuring in at around 300 sq ft. All but standard rooms have separate shower stalls. — Star Service

The vast surfaces of gray-flecked white marble that dominate the neoclassical lobby of this hotel have the starkness of an airport. — Fodor's

The ultra-modern Hotel Nikko San Francisco is located in downtown San Francisco just blocks from Union Square. — Forbes Travel Guide

This 25-story hotel is a great option for business travelers keen on state-of-the-art savvy. — Gayot

Cultures collide with chic results at this East-meets-West Coast hotel. — Michelin Guide

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from $198
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