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You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • Kensington Park Hotel

      Colonial style
      Guests in this hotel in the Spanish colonial style feel as if they have been personally invited to stay with one of the city’s long-established families. Ceiling fans, mahogany tables, antique rugs and crystal chandeliers mixed with modern elements result in a delightful feel-good effect. Afternoon tea is served in the lounge in the afternoons. Traditional charm on Union Square, near Tenderloin, Chinatown and the Financial District.
      450 Post Street
      San Francisco, CA 94102
      +1 415 788 64 00
      Kensington Park Hotel
    • Clift

      Design hotel
      The sophisticated Philippe Starck design in grey, ivory and lavender stands in the traditional Tenderloin quarter like an anti-statement, and is just the thing for lovers of design hotels who value an unmissable «hip» factor. The lounge in the historic Redwood Room is particularly attractive – and the meeting place for the city’s jeunesse dorée. Located close to the shopping district at Union Square.
      495 Geary Street
      San Francisco, CA 94102
      +1 415 775 47 00
    • Hotel Zephyr

      Right at Fisherman's Wharf
      Do you fancy staying in one of San Francisco's hippest places? The Hotel Zephyr is located at Fisherman’s Wharf, one of the city's top attractions. The city's top sights, such as Pier 39 or The Cannery, are just a stone's throw away. Even the cable car station is a mere three minutes' walk away. Although the hotel's prime location also comes at a price, the maritime design, hip bedrooms and cool inner courtyard make the price tag easier to swallow.
      250 Beach Street
      San Francisco, CA 94133
      +1 415 617 65 65
      Hotel Zephyr
    • Intercontinental Mark Hopkins

      Best views
      The Mark Hopkins is named after one of the co-founders of the Central Pacific Railroad. In the 1870s, the railway baron built his private villa right at the top of Nob Hill, from where he had the finest views of the city. The mansion was completely destroyed by the raging fires that followed the major earthquake of 1906. It was rebuilt in the same spot 20 years later, and is now a luxury hotel that appeals for its discreet, classic interior and service.
      999 California Street
      San Francisco, CA 94108
      +1 415 392 34 34
      Intercontinental Mark Hopkins
    • Vertigo

      The Personality hotel group built the Vertigo with guests with a small budget and a huge passion for design in mind. The interior of this central hotel is based on the style of the New York designer Jonathan Adler, so is committed to anti-minimalism with a tremendous passion for detail. And yet everything is light and functional, and nothing is overdone. The service is pared-down and friendly. And that’s quite enough.
      940 Sutter Street
      San Francisco, CA 94109
      +1 415 885 68 00
      Hotel Vertigo
    • Hotel Vitale

      Spectacular views
      The Vitale’s location on the Embarcadero Waterfront is simply spectacular, the views of the San Francisco Bay breathtaking, especially from the spa, from the yoga studio on the top floor and from the terrace with loungers. The hotel is furnished in the warm, minimalist California style – wood, natural stone, shades of beige and earth radiate a Zen-like peace. The Vitale is certified by the «California Green Lodging Program».
      8 Mission Street
      San Francisco, CA 94105
      +1 415 278 37 00
      Hotel Vitale
    • The Scarlet Huntington

      One of the city’s most popular hotels. The Georgian-style establishment, built in 1924, is right at the top of Nob Hill, close to the Financial District and Chinatown, and is a stylish classic with a business centre and chauffeur service. The hotel’s Nob Hill Spa, built in accordance with the principles of feng shui, with a generous infinity pool, Ayurveda treatments and a champagne facial, is almost more famous that the hotel itself.
      1075 California Street
      San Francisco, CA 94108
      +1 415 474 54 00
      The Scarlet Huntington
    • The Warwick Hotel

      Victorian luxury
      Victorian charm with a modern twist. The luxurious Warwick San Francisco is just 2 minutes' walk from Union Square and is characterised by an enrapturing fusion of old and new. Rooms are bright and comfortable, and the staff are extremely obliging. Overall, a wonderful hotel right in the middle of San Francisco.
      490 Geary Street
      San Francisco, CA 94102
      +1 415 928 7900
      The Warwick Hotel
    • St. Regis

      The St. Regis of San Francisco always makes it onto the US travel magazine lists of top hotels. Why? Its extraordinarily high standards of service. Unlike its traditional name, the interior is light and modern, almost minimalist. The hotel is equally popular with business travellers and art lovers. The Financial District and the Museum of Modern Art are just around the corner. Another plus point is the luxurious indulgence of the all-white Remède Spa.
      125 Third Street
      San Francisco, CA 94103
      +1 415 284 40 00
      St. Regis