Hilltop Hotels

Unless otherwise stated, all hotels accept credit cards, and have en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning

  1. The Ritz-Carlton

    If you want the ultimate in luxury and thoughtful service, this is the place to come. The views from the perfectly appointed rooms are magnificent, the staff at the top of their game, and the food sublime.

  2. Mark Hopkins Inter-Continental

    The Top of the Mark restaurant is a major pull, of course, with its 360-degree panorama, and the service is genuinely caring. The rooms are provided with every amenity and achieve an excellent standard of comfort.

    Mark Hopkins Inter-Continental
  3. Fairmont

    “Opulent” and “palatial” barely begin to describe this grande dame of San Francisco hotels, taking pride of place on Nob Hill. The rooms and service are commensurate with its status.

    Fairmont Hotel
  4. Renaissance Stanford Court

    Long a business favorite, it’s just near the top of Nob Hill and handy to everything Downtown. The stained-glass dome in the lobby gives it a grand feel. Marble baths and canopy beds in some rooms, complimentary limousine service, and every comfort seen to.

  5. Huntington

    Situated at the top of Nob Hill, across from Grace Cathedral, this hotel is like staying in the clubby apartment of a rich uncle with impeccable taste. The rooms are luxurious, there’s an excellent restaurant, and a spa where you can get a champagne facial.

  6. Laurel Inn

    This stylish hotel is located in Presidio Heights, and is decorated in a hip mid-century fashion. The 18 bedrooms have kitchenettes and some feature CD players and VCRs. Breakfast is included and there is free parking.

  7. Hotel Drisco

    This Pacific Heights property is one of the Leading Small Hotels of the World, and, although the elegance is perhaps a little too understated, it delivers on service. Details include complimentary breakfast and morning newspaper – and some of the very best vistas in the city.

  8. Queen Anne

    Built in 1890, this old mansion has been lovingly refurbished according to Victorian taste. Rooms are all different and filled with antiques. Breakfast is complimentary, and your morning newspaper, too. The views are delightful.

  9. Hotel Sausalito

    This warm, inviting hotel offers luxurious rooms and suites with park and harbor views.

    • 16 El Portal (at Bridgeway), Sausalito

    • 415 332 0700

    • Dis. access

  10. Claremont Resort and Spa

    This country club-style resort was built in 1915 and has the feel of that era, newly restored. There are business services, a fitness center, two pools, tennis courts, and views of Golden Gate Bridge.

Traditional Hotels

  1. Mandarin Oriental

    Located on the top 11 floors of Downtown’s third-tallest building, this is one of the classiest hotels in the city. Its East-meets-West decor is magnificent, its restaurant one of the finest, and the rooms, amenities, and service superb.

  2. The Pan Pacific

    Marble bathrooms, some with Jacuzzis, and the fluffiest bathrobes are just some of the comforts at this daringly designed modern hotel. The atrium lobby towers 17 stories high, with a glass elevator. Free use of towncars is a special plus.

  3. Palace

    Dating from 1875, this historic landmark emanates an aura of architectural splendor that nevertheless whispers refinement. The stupefyingly gorgeous Garden Court and the original Maxfield Parrish mural in the Pied Piper Lounge are national treasures. The rooms are wonderful, too, but sadly without views.

  4. Park Hyatt

    This is the smallest and most luxurious of the four city Hyatts, and it is situated very near the waterfront. Rooms have good views of the Bay Bridge or the city, if you get the right ones. You’ll find that staff greet you by name and the rooms have personal touches.

  5. Sir Francis Drake

    Where the doormen wear Beefeater costumes and the cable cars glide by constantly. This splendid Art Deco landmark is just a block off Union Square. All in all, a very festive and colorful feel, both in the public and private rooms.

  6. Hotel Nikko

    High-tech and minimalist white marble interiors radiate modernity in this Japanese-style environment. Its cool comfort and tranquil luxury, such as silk wallpaper, soothe the spirit and free the mind. The excellent Anzu restaurant creates the same peaceful atmosphere.

  7. Hyatt Regency

    The 15-story lobby has long plants trailing down, a waterfall, and glass elevators. Try the revolving restaurant on the roof for its views.

    Lobby, Hyatt Regency
  8. Four Seasons

    Designed with the expense-account traveler in mind, this place has thought of every sort of business amenity, including two phone lines and a high-speed Internet connection in each room.

  9. The Westin St Francis

    This grand San Francisco institution still shines in its lovely public rooms, but it’s become a tour-group mediocrity otherwise. The tower rooms do have phenomenal views, however.

  10. Ritz-Carlton Resort

    A rambling mansion on its own verdant bluff, overlooking the Pacific. The perfect retreat from which to enjoy the Bay Area.

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