The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco
19 expert 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.”
"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."
"The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco has been the benchmark for the city's luxury hotels since it opened in 1991." Full review
"Inside an iconic, 100-year-old columned Nob Hill landmark, the Ritz-Carlton is San Francisco's most formal luxury hotel."
Because of the building's historic status, hotel designers weren't allowed to make major structural alterations when the hotel opened in 1991, so each room is different in size and shape: Plan to spend time with the reservationist to choose the right one for you.
"A stunning tribute to beauty and attentive, professional service." Full review
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"Expensive hotels usually look it, but the Ritz-Carlton is off the charts. With its palatial, white-columned demeanor, it more closely resembles a city hall or a Greco-Roman monument." Full review