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The St. Regis San Francisco

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

Though this may be the most luxurious hotel in the city, guests often remark that it's hipper and more modern than other hotels in the St. Regis chain. — Fodor's

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

Unlike its predecessor in NYC, this St. Regis is modern—Jean-Michel Frank modern, that is. — Travel + Leisure

Next door to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, this St. Regis comprises the historic, early twentieth-century Williams building and a new, forty-story tower. — Gayot

This temple of sophistication is a perfect example of why SoMa is so hot. — Michelin Guide

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Hotel Vitale, a Joie de Vivre hotel

SoMa 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Situated along the Embarcadero, it has all the advantages of a destination resort, in the heart of the city. — DK Eyewitness

"Chic" and "ultramodern", this "gorgeous" Embarcadero oasis is a "favorite" for "special occasions" and "staycations" thanks to its "luxurious", "gorgeous" rooms. — Zagat

The ugly exterior disguises a fashion-forward hotel, with echoes of mid-century-modern design enhanced by up-to-the-minute luxuries. — Lonely Planet

Modern and stylish, the boutique Hotel Vitale is poised by the waterfront on the Embarcadero, within easy reach of the Financial District and the arty, hip SoMa neighbourhood — The Telegraph

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

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from $268

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

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

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

If you want to sightsee by day and live in luxury by night, it’s hard to beat the Five-Star Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco in the City by the Bay. — Forbes Travel Guide

What makes this über-luxury hotel one of my favorites is its perfect combination of elegance, trendiness, and modern luxury. — Frommer's

Glam sleep in hip SoMa with a stellar art collection, inventive market-to-table dining and a hip spa — Jetsetter

A head-to-toe renovation in 2009 perked up this plush high-rise; rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, black granite credenzas, and Eames chairs. . — Travel + Leisure

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from $415

Fairmont San Francisco

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

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

Hilltop San Francisco landmark fresh off a renovation with a locavore restaurant and historical tiki bar — Jetsetter

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

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

Opened in 1907 on the top of Nob Hill, The Fairmont is a decadent and opulent hotel that's still one of the best places to stay for anyone visiting this great city — The Telegraph

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from $195

Hotel Drisco

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

Certain rooms and suites... boast spectacular city views, and overall the place feels a bit like a farmhouse dropped into the city. — Rough Guide

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

Perched at the top of the glamorous Pacific Heights neighborhood, Hotel Drisco offers stately accomodation, perfect for business travelers and tourists. — DK Eyewitness

We love the architecture, attentive service and fresh, spiffy rooms, with their elegantly simple decor... for a real boutique hotel, it's hard to beat. — Lonely Planet

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The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco

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

Fresh from a makeover (good-bye chintz, hello earth-toned geometric patterns), today’s Ritz, near Nob Hill, still has doting service. — Travel + Leisure

"Expensive but totally worth the money" rave fans of this "luxurious" Nob Hill property offering "fantastic", "well-appointed" digs outfitted with Asian- and European-influenced furnishings. — Zagat

Restored with European charm, your home-away-from-home here comes with a featherbed and down comforter, a cozy robe and soft slippers, and a marble bath with a rain showerhead. — Michelin Guide

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

This stately and majestic property was built in 1909 and occupies a full square block. — Gayot

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Argonaut Hotel, A Noble House Hotel

Fisherman’s Wharf 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Though the amenities are of an upper-end hotel... some rooms are tiny and get limited sunlight. — Lonely Planet

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

Surprisingly quiet, given its tourist-stampeded location. — Rough Guide

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

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from $269

The Scarlet Huntington

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

One of the truly iconic San Francisco hotels, this old-world, family-owned and -operated property exemplifies understated luxury. — Time Out

One of the kings of Nob Hill, the stately Huntington Hotel has long been a favorite retreat for Hollywood stars and political VIPs who desire privacy and security. — Frommer's

Each of the spacious rooms is individually decorated – many have a wet bar, and some have kitchens. Indulge yourself at the world-famous Nob Hill Spa, located on the upper floors of the hotel. — DK Eyewitness

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

Formerly Huntington Hotel & Nob Hill Spa Originally a Georgian-style luxury apartment building constructed in 1924, the 12-story Scarlet Huntington hotel is located atop Nob Hill, which... — Travel + Leisure

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from $265

Taj Campton Place

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

Beauty and highly attentive service remain the hallmarks of this exquisite jewel-like, top-tier hotel. — Fodor's

Upscale and understated hotel that provides utter seclusion despite being located in the heart of Union Square. — Rough 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.com

When the honchos from LVMH and Neiman Marcus come to town, the 110-room Campton Place is where they stay. — Travel + Leisure

A stay at Taj Campton Place places you in the heart of San Francisco, steps from Xanadu Gallery and Union Square — Jetsetter

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from $280

Inn at the Presidio

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

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

Historic boutique hotel in the heart of the Presidio national park — Time Out

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

The rare opportunity to overnight in a national park, in the Presidio of San Francisco, comes with an expensive price tag but promises exceptional views. — Zagat

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

Loews Regency San Francisco

Financial District 85 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.com

Pamper yourself with luxurious Egyptian-cotton sheets, two kinds of robes (terry and waffle-weave), and cozy slippers. — Fodor's

Few hotels in the world can boast such extraordinary views, or such decadent means of enjoying them, as the Mandarin Oriental. — Time Out

"On the top floors of a skyscraper", this "sophisticated" Downtown "standout" is "close to heaven", with "exquisite" quarters featuring "gorgeous" marble bathrooms. — Zagat

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 $319

Parker Guest House

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

The Castro's most stately gay digs occupy two side-by-side 100-year-old Edwardian mansions. — Lonely Planet

While geared toward to gay travelers, everyone is made to feel welcome at this three-pearl property. — oyster.com

This 21- room converted mansion is set in beautiful gardens and features ample common areas, a sunny breakfast room and a sauna; rooms are decorated in flower prints with down comforters. — Rough Guide

A couple of blocks from the heart of the Castro, this smartly renovated Victorian (with an Edwardian annex) caters to gay and lesbian travellers, but everyone is welcome. — Time Out

Two yellow 1909 Edwardian houses enchant travelers wanting an authentic San Francisco experience. — Fodor's

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from $189

Hotel Zetta San Francisco

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

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

Take San Francisco’s defining features—its booming tech industry, its creative heart, its killer restaurant scene—and squeeze them into a 100-year-old building in a neighborhood... — Afar Magazine

A hotspot for hotel hoppers, the Hotel Zetta San Francisco emphasizes interactivity with its services. — Gayot

Opened 2013, this snappy eco-conscious downtowner by the Viceroy group plays to techies who work too much. — Lonely Planet

Sleek, masculine, and trendy with an L.A. sensibility, this hotel embodies San Francisco’s young professionals’ “work hard, play hard” motto. — Frommer's

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from $199

Orchard Garden Hotel

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

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

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

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

SF's first all-green-practices hotel has soothingly quiet rooms with luxe touches, like Egyptian-cotton sheets, plus an organic rooftop garden. — Lonely Planet

Going green doesn't mean you have to cut back on comfort... Egyptian cotton linen on the king-size bed, real feather down in the pillows, Aveda bath products, and plush spa-style robes in the closet. — Frommer's

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from $188

Palace Hotel

SoMa 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who's the grandest of them all? Why, the Palace, of course. This grande dame proudly shows off her old-world refinement. — Michelin Guide

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

Early in the 20th century the Palace was one of the most famous hotels in the world, hosting royalty and heads of state, including President Harding, who died here in his sleep in 1923. — DK Eyewitness

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

"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 $235

Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel

Union Square 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The renovation was just what this ole gal needed, injecting her with new life and energy. — Fodor's

The Beefeater doormen, grand lobby, and Harry Denton's Starlight Room are among retro flourishes that make this Union Square hotel a San Francisco treasure. — oyster.com

This landmark hotel is one of San Francisco's grand dames, operating continuously since 1928 in the heart of Union Square. — Frommer's

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

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

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from $189

The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

Union Square 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Westin St. Francis offers four restaurants, the St. Francis Renewal & Westin Workout facility, and event space, and is close to the Financial District. — Travel + Leisure

Don't settle for residing "near" Union Square when you can be right on it-the Westin St. Francis is Union Square... Cherished among the corporate crowd. — Michelin Guide

One of San Francisco's most famous grand old hotels, this property is a destination unto itself. — Gayot

The best rooms have views of Union Square and the Michael Minna restaurant is one of the city’s best. — DK Eyewitness

This landmark hotel boasts an extravagant lobby, four restaurants and lounges, a fitness centre and spa. — Rough Guide

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from $170

Hotel Zelos

SoMa 82 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

Proof Hotel Palomar does things differently? A dog named Maverick with a permanent position as the hotel’s Director of Pet Relations (he even has his very own Facebook page). Funky, bold,... — Afar Magazine

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

Playful boutique San Francisco stay with rooftop firepits and a buzzy restaurant-cocktail lounge — Jetsetter

A sexy 198-room property that doubles as a hip art gallery, the Hotel Palomar has spacious, comfortable rooms. — oyster.com

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from $152

Hotel Rex, a Joie de Vivre hotel

Union Square 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Literati, take note. Modeled after New York's famous Algonquin, this salon-style hotel from Joie de Vivre gets its inspiration from literary salons of the 1920s and '30s. — Gayot

This 94-room Union Square boutique, themed after 1920s and '30s literary salons, is a bit quirky, with fairly hands-off service and few amenities. — oyster.com

An homage to 1920s literary life soaked in the spirit of the Lost Generation and steps from Union Square — Jetsetter

Based on literary salons of mid-20th century and modeled after New York’s Algonquin, complete with jazz artists in the lobby lounge every Friday evening. — BlackBook

This pleasant hotel has with rooms painted in rich colors and the walls embellished with the works of local artists. — DK Eyewitness

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from $143

Hotel Boheme

North Beach / Telegraph Hill 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms are sparse at the three-story Hotel Boheme, but, considering the property€'s name, that'€™s the whole idea. — Gayot

First set up after the 1906 earthquake by an Italian immigrant family and reopened as the Hotel Bohème in 1995, this hotel positively brims with North Beach Beat-era history. — Time Out

North Beach's strong Italian roots and beatnik past live together in perfect harmony at Hotel Boheme. — Michelin Guide

Although the guiding motif is the Beat era, this 15-room hotel feels more like a 1930’s pensione in Florence, only without the meals. — Travel + Leisure

Smack dab in the heart of North Beach, San Francisco's Little Italy, the Hotel Bohème nods to the neighborhood's Beat era heyday. — concierge.com

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from $176
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