St. Regis San Francisco

San Francisco Bay Area, California

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    Tailored luxury right down to the butler

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    Tailored luxury right down to the butler

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    Tailored luxury right down to the butler

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    Tailored luxury right down to the butler

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    Tailored luxury right down to the butler

Why we choose St. Regis San Francisco

St. Regis San Francisco is a new chapter in luxury hospitality in this distinctive city

  • We love that all the rooms are generously sized
  • The butler service (often a token in some hotels) is the real thing at the St. Regis
  • Close by Union Square this is a landmark to call home

St. Regis hotels are known for a couple of things: each locale’s variation on a traditional Bloody Mary (first created at the St. Regis New York) and their butler service. This primo service is only available for suite guests, making it the best reason to upgrade. The butlers take care of seemingly small things—bringing you coffee and tea, unpacking your suitcases, ironing your wrinkled clothing—but these details can mean the difference between a good hotel experience and a visit to write home about.

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We suggest

Booking into the Astor Suite. It’s not their biggest suite, but you’ll be hard pressed to beat the views.

What you need to know about the hotel

A fusion of old and new runs through everything from the architecture to the creature comforts

  • Their Ame restaurant is run by Hiro Sone and Lissa Doumani the dynamic team behind the famed Terra Restaurant in St. Helena
  • You’ll love their beautiful, naturally-lit 50 foot infinity pool
  • The St. Regis Signature Bath Menu offers 24-hour options such as the Krug Champagne and Chocolate Extravagance and Rose Petal Romance

San Francisco is a unique city that deserves an exceptional hotel like the St. Regis. Even the building itself is interesting: a modern-classic structure that combines a new high-rise with the early 20th century Williams Building. The spacious 260 rooms and suites—as well as public spaces—have a contemporary design that benefits from loads of natural sunlight and views of the exciting cityscape.

The St. Regis has two very good restaurants, though the most impressive facility is the 9,000-square-foot Remède Spa, which customizes each treatment and invites you to indulge in handmade truffles and chilled Champagne while waiting for the therapist.

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We suggest

We love all their spacious rooms, but would recommend a suite rather than the Executive Premier rooms if you’re really looking to make yourself at home

Where is it and what's nearby

South of Market Street and a moment from Union Square, the St Regis rubs shoulders with the best of San Francisco

  • The Museum of Modern Art is right next door with a 27,000-piece collection for you to explore
  • You’ll find easy access to the ferry terminal if you have a mind to explore the bay area
  • A ride on San Francisco’s unofficial symbol, its cable cars, gets you where you need to go in classic, kitschy style

There’s no city in the world quite like San Francisco, which is why it draws hordes of tourists every year in search of its distinct style and culture. St. Regis is an ideal destination for discerning travelers who want to explore the hip, refined South of Market section (SOMA). This lively area has top-notch galleries, restaurants, shopping and nightlife, as well as the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens and Museum of Modern Art—both next to the hotel. In addition, wine connoisseurs can be in Napa or Sonoma Valley within 45 minutes.

How to enjoy San Francisco Bay Area

San Francisco’s landmarks have such an iconic status, it is easy to feel you know the city before you arrive. What can’t be captured on camera though is the ever-present sense that San Fran’s residents just adore their home town

  • Head to America’s oldest and largest China Town, for the best Wonton outside of Beijing
  • Recreate Steve McQueen’s Bullitt moment by zigzagging for half a mile along Lombard Street’s 27% gradient and eight switchbacks
  • Catch a ferry to Alcatraz and step inside the cell blocks that once held some of America’s most notorious criminals

San Francisco made a mark on the world by leading the counter-culture of the 1960s. While the majority of San Fran’s population may no longer wear flowers in their hair, there is still something of an alternative vibe that is perhaps best epitomized by the month long Gay Pride festival in the summer, or the aromatic independent coffee shops of Mission.

No visit to this Californian peninsula would be complete without a glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge. Whether bathed in sunshine with a sky blue backdrop or looming eerily out of the mist, it really is stupendous. Quite fitting for a location with such awesome geography, you can take a slow-motion rollercoaster ride down the city’s famously steep streets: only here it is called a cable car.

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    When to visit San Francisco Bay Area

    Celebrate the Chinese New Year with the world’s largest Chinese New Year festival and pageant outside of Asia. The famous annual San Francisco Pride celebration takes place in June and features parties, parades, music and more.

  • A word from the hotel

    You’ve got to try our Golden Gate Mary, it’s San Francisco’s own version of the Bloody Mary. Served in our bar it’ll get your evening off to a swinging start.
    Toni Korr, General Manager

  • Did you know

    Like the lifestyle? You can really call the St. Regis home thanks to the residences on floors 22 to 40.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with St. Regis San Francisco, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability (excluding suite categories)
  • Daily continental breakfast for up to two in-room guests
  • Lunch for two in Vitrine restaurant, once per stay (excluding alcohol, taxes and gratuities)

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A peek at some of our favorite rooms and suites

Executive Premier Guest room



A note from Robert

I sleep with the curtains open and am woken by the sun flooding my room in the morning. more >

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