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Spectacular view that makes you feel like you own the city. Staff that makes you feel like you own them.
The best rooms have views of Union Square and the Michael Minna restaurant is one of the city’s best.
Hollywood fan or not, everyone can appreciate the panache of this grand dame property. Full review →
At the turn of the 20th century, Charles T. Crocker and a few of his wealthy buddies decided that San Francisco needed a world-class hotel, and up went the St. Francis. Full review →
One of San Francisco's most famous grand old hotels, this property is a destination unto itself. Full review →
Though Westin beds set the industry standard for comfort, service is decidedly business-class, not first. Full review →
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. Full review →
In addition to being an elegant and charming remnant of San Francisco life circa 1904, there’s also some freaky glass elevators attached to the outside of the hotel. The cool thing is... Full review →
The St. Francis combines the history, decor, and traditions of a turn-of-the-20th-century grand old dame with the amenities, modernity, and corporate-dominated clientele of a large chain property. Full review →
This landmark hotel boasts an extravagant lobby, four restaurants and lounges, a fitness centre and spa.
This rich offering has an enchanting history, excellent staff and prime location, and so it wears the crown and title of Top Commercial Hotel in this domain. Full review →
The Westin St. Francis offers four restaurants, the St. Francis Renewal & Westin Workout facility, and event space, and is close to the Financial District. Full review →
“You can’t beat the location” of this Union Square “landmark”, an “elegant” 1,000-plus room property that mixes “old-fashioned charm with modern amenities.”