LUXURY HOTELS IN SAN FRANCISCO: THE BIG 5

 

Selecting the best luxurious hotels in San Francisco is not an easy task. This is because, the hospitality industry has become highly competitive, thanks to the millions of visitors who throng this city annually. Based on the comfort you should get, the quality of service, food, and the serenity of the neighborhoods, the following hotels are ahead of the competition.

The Fairmont San Francisco

This is a castle sitting on a mountain. Opening its doors in 1907, it has served billions of customers over the years; thus explaining why it is one of the most reputable hotels in San Francisco. The rooms here are given on first come first served basis, making them highly competitive. If you do not secure a room here, do not shun away from it. Eat your favorite foods and drink your most preferred drinks and enjoy the Fairmont’s interior that will make you feel as if you are in the 1900’s. From the Corinthian columns made of marble, velvet chairs, wraparound staircases, and vaulted ceilings, this is the ultimate place you will taste the life of your grandparents.

If you are lucky to secure a room, the frette linens and the 37” flat-screen TVs will make your life interesting. The large windows will give you the stunning views of the city below, and you will find out the reason why every US president after William Taft has been here at least one time in their tenure as president of the United States.

The Loews Regency San Francisco

If you want to view the whole city at one go, this hotel located on the 11th floor of the 3rd largest skyscrapers in San Francisco will provide you with the binoculars view you have always desired. The amenities here include spacious room decorated with tones of blue and creams, spectacular beds, sumptuous marble bathrooms, quality Molton and Brown toiletries, super-speed internet and much more. Located in the financial district, this hotel is a top pick for any enthusiastic business traveler.

The Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

Located on the fifth to the seventeenth floor of a SoMa skyscraper, this hotel is an urban oasis you should consider visiting. It features opulent rooms with large flat-screen TVs (the largest in the city), marble bathrooms, 24-hour room service, housekeeping two times a day, and a 24 hour concierge.

The Ritz-Carlton San Francisco

This hotel resembles the U.S. Supreme Court building, and features 60 suites and 276 guest rooms. For many years, it has been able to maintain its conservative classiness that has been hard to beat. This is a place where you will find all elements made of marble, oil paintings on walls, uncountable chandeliers, and fresh orchids.

The luxurious spar, inviting indoor pool and Jacuzzi adds to the comfort you will get when you visit this hotel. In the afternoon, you can relax your mind as you listen to a harpist perform.

St. Ragis San Francisco

Built in 2005, this hotel is a hotbed of modernity. There are a broad range of personalized services including 24-hour room service, butler staff, and housekeeping. The rooms are fitted with superior technology that will make you feel in a home away from home.  If you are a lover of art, the contemporary art collections will show you just how creative people can be, and the unique way people express their feelings in art. The suites and rooms are undoubtedly some of the best in the city. This is a place that presents to the world the true meaning of luxury at its best.