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Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this wonderful hotel. Staff are excellent and willing to go the extra mile for guests, room was spotlessly clean and the location was convenient for shopping as well as accessing public transport services. The hotel food is very expensive but there are plenty of other ...
Had flight layover in San Francisco so stayed here..... Made the flight layover less of a hassle with a hotel of this caliber and an excellent staff
The St. Regis knows how to deliver a first class experience. Staff know how to make things happen to make your stay very comfortable. Had my daughter bike over to the hotel and Louie made sure her bike was safe and taken care of. Enjoyed the lobby bar and dined st the Grill for breakfast. If you ...
This was my 2nd visit to RC Half Moon Bay. Good Coastal hotel. Facility was at Ritz standards. The only draw back to this hotel is that you are sharing it with a lot of day guest that clog up the facility. The valet entrance is bogged down with tons of cars that are day guest. The entrance and check ...
Your trip to San Francisco is bound to be full of excellent shopping and sensational sightseeing.
No matter what time of year you visit, you can get all your shopping done in Union Square.
Union Square is one of the city’s most popular thoroughfares, and is home to a variety of activities. Explore its many boutique shops for that perfect decorative accent or souvenir, and make your way through the numerous art galleries and theatres immediately adjacent to the square. This is also the place to people-watch while enjoying a cup of coffee at a café. Just 2.7 km west of Union Square is Haight Street, which is both a street and part of The Haight, a district made popular by hippies in the 1960s. This is the spot to find vintage clothing shops and the Haight Street Market, which offers fresh, locally sourced produce.
A long day of shopping and eating will no doubt leave you in need of some rest. A 5-star hotel in San Francisco should do the trick. We recommend a trip to the in-house spa, where you can extract toxins with a soothing body wrap, or relax under the sure touch of a Swedish massage therapist. You’ll feel refreshed and ready for an evening out on the town, whether that involves a show at the San Francisco Symphony or additional shopping in the upscale Marina district.
Your San Francisco vacation will be off to a great start when you book