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SoMa
23 reviews
Impressive luxury and impeccable service await at this modern high-rise hotel in happening SoMa. — The Telegraph
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SoMa
19 reviews
Historical hotel established in 1875 then rebuilt in 1909 in a convenient downtown location. — Hideaway Report
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Chinatown
19 reviews
"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
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SoMa
21 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
16 reviews
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
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Nob Hill
19 reviews
Stars from Bogart and Bacall to Picasso and Pavarotti have stayed in this venerable ivy-covered hotel famed for its gracious personal service and spacious rooms and suites. — Fodor's
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SoMa
19 reviews
Nobody does modern luxury quite like this straight-away winner. — Michelin Guide
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Nob Hill
21 reviews
591 guestrooms and suites in restored 1907 beauty atop Nob Hill; grand rooms with expansive views and marble baths. — National Geographic
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Chinatown
17 reviews
86 eco-friendly rooms in certified "green" building; in-room recycling, organic bath products, rooftop garden; just off Union Square. — National Geographic
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Japantown
16 reviews
A pagoda-style boutique hotel in Japantown, the Kabuki sits two blocks from Fillmore Street and Pacific Heights. — Fodor's
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Union Square
16 reviews
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
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Fisherman’s Wharf
15 reviews
This still ranks among the best small hotels here, and it remains a champion along the north end of Fisherman's Wharf. — Star Service
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Financial District
14 reviews
This 1926 Florentine Renaissance-style landmark building boasts classic decor, ornate crown moldings and public areas dominated by excellent city views. — Gayot
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Financial District
17 reviews
The hotel's superlative contemporary design, reputable dining and soigne service are San Francisco treats. — Star Service
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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
Upstairs, splashes of lavender brighten more neutral rooms, which feature wheelbarrow-shaped chairs and sleigh beds designed by Starck. — Afar Magazine
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Presidio
13 reviews
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
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Nob Hill
14 reviews
Nearly every room has a stunning view and some luxe touches, like Frette linens. — Concierge
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Union Square
17 reviews
The Sir Francis Drake’s lobby is a hallucinogenic evocation of all things heraldic... the Sir Francis Drake’s lobby is a hallucinogenic evocation of all things heraldic. — Rough Guide
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Union Square
14 reviews
Bring your best Saturday Night Fever moves and shimmy into a psychedelic stay that won’t disappoint: Zeppelin is colourful, crazily furnished and kitsch in all the right ways. — Mr & Mrs Smith
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