The St. Regis San Francisco
Why We Love This Hotel
- This swanky and super modern hotel has an impressive art collection, a nod to its location adjacent to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
- Rooms are some of the biggest in the area at up to 550 square feet
- The fifth-floor fitness center is massive, and equipped with free chilled towels, water bottles, headphones and fresh fruit
- Guests get free passes to the Museum of the African Diaspora to which there's an entrance in the lobby
Reviews of The St. Regis San Francisco consistently laud the incredible staff with their near telepathic ability to cater to guests' every need. This goes for every facet of the hotel too, like the lovely spa and the out-of-this-world fitness center, loaded with freebies like bottled water and chilled towels.
Rooms are some of the biggest in the area at up to 550 square feet, but views vary. Bathrooms have deep soaker tubs, rainfall shower heads and spa-quality toiletries, and beds are seriously luxe. Fees for Wi-Fi come with the territory at a place like this, but it's a lot spottier than it should be.
The hotel celebrates its location in the museum district, next to the SFMOMA, with an impressive art collection, as well as free access for guests to the Museum of the African Diaspora. It's a great choice for couples, friends or business travelers, and not such a great choice for families who will find themselves in the minority here.