The hotels below are divided into three different price categories:
Luxurious (over $ 300)
Moderate ($ 150 to $ 300)
Inexpensive (up to $ 150)
These are minimum prices for a double room without hotel tax and breakfast, unless otherwise specified.
Accommodation in San Francisco is subject to a 15% hotel tax, which is not normally included in the price and will not be added to the hotel bill until the end. It should be borne in mind that the tariffs given here can vary depending on the economic situation and that special offers are often available to the guest. You should inquire about this when booking.
Cavallo Point is located in Marin County’s historic Fort Baker, near Sausalito. The natural environment, the luxurious ambience and the preservation of historical buildings merge seamlessly here. The historic guest rooms are located in former officers’ quarters, which are now national monuments. Other modern rooms and suites have high wooden ceilings and panoramic views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. The bedding in all rooms, equipped with flat screen TVs, WiFi, fireplaces and sofa beds for reading or relaxing, is made of soft, organically grown cotton. The spa has several treatment rooms and a heated pool. The Murray Circle Restaurant specializes in local cuisine.
Address: 601 Murray Circle, Fort Baker, CA 94965 Sausalito
Phone: +1 (0) 888 651 20 03.
The Clift Royal Sonesta Hotel
Almost 100 years old, the Clift is a symbol of the city in the interesting theater district. The hotel, formerly known for its fiery red walls, now has a new face thanks to Philippe Starck. The designer swung his creative wand in 2001 and made the hotel a top attraction in the city. The best proof of this is the bar, where locals with a penchant for luxury meet for a drink after work. The 372 rooms are furnished in selected elegance. Egyptian cotton sheets and massages and in-room cosmetic treatments complete the range of services. Union Square is very close.
Address: 495 Geary Street, CA 94102 San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 415 775 47 00.
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
The Hyatt Regency at the Embarcadero Centeris one of the best conference centers in San Francisco and is located in the center, close to elegant restaurants and public transportation. The business facilities include more than 35 meeting rooms with audiovisual equipment, as well as the event halls and WiFi. The 804 rooms and suites are similarly well equipped with a telephone (two connections, with conference call), WiFi, desks and ergonomically shaped chairs. Some suites have a balcony. The sea-facing rooms and suites offer breathtaking views of Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay and the city’s bridges. A continental breakfast is included in the room rate. The Eclipse Kitchen & Bar restaurant is located in the largest hotel lobby in the world.
Address: 5 Embarcadero Center, CA 94111 San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 415 788 12 34.
Website: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/california/hyatt-regency-san-francisco/ sfors
White Swan Inn
Each of the guest rooms of this charming and friendly English style guest house has its own fireplace. Dark wood paneling, carpets with floral motifs, elegant furniture and charming works of art and collectibles give the White Swan Inn an atmosphere in which guests can relax. The extras included in the price are the gourmet breakfast buffet in the dining room with home-baked bread, wine and appetizers with a crackling fire in the cozy salon, the library, bathrobes and coffee machines in the rooms. Breakfast can even be served in bed on request. Guests can have their car parked by the staff (valet parking). You should plan at least two nights.
Address: 845 Bush St, Nob Hill / Union Square, CA 94108 San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 415 775 17 55.
Travelers who combine modern hotels with cool white decor and a hospital atmosphere will be surprised by the Hotel Diva. The rooms are furnished with the typical cobalt blue carpeting. The side tables and bed ends made of stainless steel set chic accents. Romantics can look forward to a bed decorated with rose petals and seductive personal care products. The most modern business facilities are available to those who have to work. The hotel also offers guests a directory of the city’s trendiest nightclubs and restaurants. You can park your car yourself or via valet service.
Address: 440 Geary St, Union Square, CA 94102 San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 415 885 02 00.
The Orchard is one of the smaller boutique hotels in San Francisco and has 104 guest rooms and suites. Luxurious details include the fine bed linen and high-quality toiletries, Balinese wood, black granite bathroom surfaces, soft bathrobes, DVD and CD players with Dolby Surround sound, WiFi and minibars. Guests can take the European breakfast buffet included in the price on the ground floor. The vaulted ceilings and arched windows as well as the marble entrance hall and the friendly welcome by the porter also leave an impression. The hotel’s owner, SC Huang, also owns the Orchard Garden, which is just a few blocks away on Bush Street. The Orchard is an environmentally friendly hotel that runs the LEED-Certificate (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).
Address: 665 Bush St, Union Square / Nob Hill, San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 844 863 92 45.
Willows Inn Bed & Breakfast
This beautiful Edwardian town house in the heart of The Castro is a cozy haven with its almost rustic interior. Here you can relax from the hustle and bustle of the area. The list of extras included in the price is impressive. It includes numerous plus points, starting with a luxurious continental breakfast, to snacks and evening cocktails. The rooms are not the largest in the city, but fit smaller budgets.
Address: 710 14th Street, CA 94114 San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 800 431 02 77.
Harbor Court Hotel
Located on the east coast of San Francisco, the Harbor Court Hotel offers an unparalleled view of the famous Bay Bridge. The 131 rooms are equipped with an entertainment center, fax machine, a telephone with two connections, WiFi and a small living area with a table. The furniture is a combination of tradition and modernity and in some rooms there are four-poster beds. The windows are double glazed to reduce traffic noise. Guests can use the fitness center next door free of charge, and two local convention halls can be rented from the hotel. The Japanese restaurant in the annex offers room service. The hotel’s valet parking service is recommended.
Address: 165 Steuart Street, Embarcadero, CA 94105 San Francisco
Phone: +1 (0) 415 882 13 00.