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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. Full review →
Tastefully modern halls of muted beige and blue tones, exotic African woods. Hushed, intimate feel of fifth-floor lobby offers womblike retreat from the clatter of Market Street.
The superluxurious Four Seasons San Francisco is a sanctuary so serene it's hard to believe it's in the heart of downtown.Though the understated greige decor successfully straddles the line between contemporary and traditional, with clean lines and zero clutter, it lacks color and splash: If you like fringe and chintz, choose the Ritz-Carlton instead.
Two blocks from Union Square, this "refined hotel" has rooms with sculptures, prints, and glassworks by California artists, set to a palette of mochas and teals. Full review →
This exclusive, award-winning hotel is sandwiched between multimillion-dollar condos, elite shops, and a premier sports-and-fitness complex. Full review →
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. Full review →
What makes this über-luxury hotel one of my favorites is its perfect combination of elegance, trendiness, and modern luxury. Full review →
This luxury hotel facing Market Street in the Financial District towers over the city. Superior facilities immerse guests in contemporary elegance and refined details. Full review →
This elegant and airy space right in the middle of downtown San Francisco is ideally situated for walking around the heart of the city. Full review →
Glam sleep in hip SoMa with a stellar art collection, inventive market-to-table dining and a hip spa. Full review →
The Four Seasons is huge, confident and very corporate, and one of San Francisco's best posh hotels. Full review →
Nobody does modern luxury quite like this straight-away winner.
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. Full review →
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.
Situated between Third and Fourth streets, adjacent to the Jewish Museum, in a dynamic neighborhood racing with activity, adjacent to the Financial District, Union Square shopping. Full review →
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. . Full review →
"Pampered luxury" awaits at this "grand old dame" in SoMa, where a "lovely", "responsive" staff whisks you through an art-laden lobby to "gorgeous" quarters.