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Chinatown
19 reviews
Everything you'd expect from a Ritz... all in the ritziest of San Francisco neighborhoods. — Oyster
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SoMa
19 reviews
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
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SoMa
23 reviews
This temple of sophistication is a perfect example of why SoMa is so hot. — Michelin Guide
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SoMa
22 reviews
The Vitale promotes California-style serenity with free daily yoga classes—often held in the penthouse studio—and private soaking tubs in the spa's rooftop garden. — Concierge
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Pacific Heights
17 reviews
Certain rooms and suites... boast spectacular city views, and overall the place feels a bit like a farmhouse dropped into the city. — Rough Guide
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Nob Hill
22 reviews
"If you like being spoiled", this "legendary" "San Francisco classic" atop Nob Hill thrills, from the lobby's "amazing old-time elegance", to the "superior" staff that makes you "feel like royalty". — Zagat
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Union Square
17 reviews
This luxury boutique hotel offers some of the most exclusive accommodations in town -- not to mention the most expensive. — Frommer's
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Chinatown
17 reviews
Opened in 2006, this 86-room hotel was built from the ground up following environmentally sensitive building practices. — Gayot
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Nob Hill
19 reviews
Built at dawn of Roaring ’20s as luxury apartments by Central Pacific Line railroad barons, still oozes posh sophistication. — BlackBook
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SoMa
19 reviews
The place to stay if you win the lottery (or someone else is paying), this ultra-luxe hotel on Market St affords spectacular views across the city. Its plush rooms are the ultimate indulgence. — Rough Guide
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Fisherman’s Wharf
17 reviews
Its rooms are whimsically decorated to emulate a luxury cruise ship in cheerful nautical colors. — Frommer's
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Japantown
16 reviews
As the Radisson Miyako, this efficient Japantown hotel was a favourite of Japanese business travellers. — Time Out
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Financial District
18 reviews
A total makeover of the first Mandarin Oriental property in the United States (opened in 1987), with 158 redesigned rooms and lobby, a brand-new spa, and a reimagined restaurant. — Condé Nast Traveler
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SoMa
18 reviews
This trailblazing, chic and ever-so-slightly snooty urban hotel chain continues to expand around the country, but it hasn't yet reached the point at which hip and fashionable turns to yesterday's thing. — Time Out
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SoMa
16 reviews
Union Square hotel with a playful feel—literally. — Bon Appétit
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Union Square
19 reviews
While the Clift is deliciously notorious for its penthouse parties, tough design critics might find that some rooms are too cramped for sleigh beds, and some cabinets might've been bought at IKEA. — Lonely Planet
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Presidio
14 reviews
If you prefer nature to the traffic, crowds, and sky-scrapers of a big city, this former officers’ quarters, converted to an inn in 2011, was created just for you. — Frommer's
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Financial District
14 reviews
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
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Union Square
17 reviews
A long-established Union Square hotel, the Sir Francis Drake glows in Art Deco splendor. — DK Eyewitness
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Nob Hill
14 reviews
Pretend you're San Francisco royalty (or an old timey railroad tycoon) at this elegant and sophisticated hotel in one of the city's most historic neighborhoods with gorgeous views of the bay. — Time Out
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