10 Most Expensive Hotels in San Francisco, USA

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10 Most Expensive Hotels in San Francisco, USA
5 January, 2020 0 Comments

"10 Most Expensive Hotels in San Francisco, USA

Chic boutique spots in the center of downtown or historic houses overlooking the Bay are the finest hotels in San Fran. Whether you're visiting, hosting a family or booking a stay, these expensive hotels will ensure you an experience you'll never forget.

Book something to be close to the finest attractions on Market Street or to feel like a railroad tycoon in the 18th century atop Nob Hill. Here is a list of 10 most expensive hotels in San Francisco that will suit your accommodations.

1. Loews Regency San Francisco

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San Francisco’s luxurious hotel, Loews Regency is the third tallest building in the city and soars over the city. Though the hotels, The Four Seasons, Phoenix Hotel and others offer excellent views of San Francisco city, nothing can compare to Loews Regency.

Spread over floors 39 to 48 of a Financial District skyscraper, this hotel’s rooms gives a beautiful view over the city’s famous landmarks, San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Bay Bridge. And a stay in this skyscraper feels like living in the floating cloud. Services are worth your money and are fabulous.

From all the hectic world, you can relax your mind in the third-floor spa which has treatment suites with pedicure and manicure facilities. On the other end, its most beautiful restaurant adds sparks in this hotel. The Bear and Monarch Restaurant and French Restaurant serve you the best dishes San Francisco can offer.

2. Fairmont Heritage Place

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Once set as Old Chocolate Factory, Fairmont Heritage Place has exceptional services and offers a panoramic view of Bay right beside Fisherman’s Wharf. Set near Ghirardelli Square, this hotel will make you feel more like holiday homes than a hotel with luxuriously equipped rooms.

Fairmont Heritage services include a fitness center, adjoining lounge patio that hosts afternoon wine and continental breakfasts. Guests can enjoy their stay in one 53 suites which give away beds from one to three and are outfitted similarly.

Some of these residences come with a private terrace, and most of them are luxuriously large and airy. In the culinary highlights, McCormick, Kuleto’s, seafood, steam hefty Southern Barbecue, are served in Fairmont Heritage Place.

3. The St.Regis San Francisco

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With an excellent downtown location, this new property offers the city’s best rooms: large and filled with luxurious amenities. Surrounded by neighbors like green Yerba Buena Gardens SFMOMA (city’s fantastic art museum), The Moscone Center and hub of local food producers and restaurants, this hotel has a lot to offer to its guests.

On the highlight of this hotel, there is a 50-foot heated saltwater lap pool, two-level Remede Spa, and an excellent restaurant. There is just a restaurant, called Grill but if you are not satisfied with its menu then feel free to local restaurants.

4. Hotel Drisco

Source: Hospitality Online

Surrounded by the Pacific Heights, Hotel Drisco invites its guests to an unforgettable experience. Located just two blocks away from Presidio National Park, this hotel meets the expectations of Guests when it comes to luxurious modern comfort.

Guests can enjoy their visit to this lovely hotel with rudimentary fitness center provided with Star Trac cardio machines, yoga sessions, spa, and others. After all these activities, they can rest in one of the classically elegant rooms.

For the best experience, standard rooms are the best suit. They offer a good-sized bed with additional amenities Nespresso Machines and giant chocolates. 

5. Omni San Francisco

Source: Omni Hotels

Omni San Francisco offers just the type of luxury, you’d expect in a high-end hotel. This hotel is sandwiched between the two most popular neighborhood, Chinatown and North Beach. Omni is the few hotels in San Francisco with excellent dining and award winnings services.

The 17-story hotel has 362 spacious rooms and features crown moldings, mahogany, and cherry wood furniture. The hotel’s restaurant, Chophouse, and Bob’s steak is the best choice for those who are seeking for a hearty steak and decadent desserts. Other than they offer,  Maryland-style crab, breakfast, especially the French dishes which are surprisingly delightful.

6. Taj Campton Place

Source: Taj Hotels

The five-star property, Taj Campton Place is located in Union Square, a paradise to the shoppers, department stores, and bars. This recently renovated hotel’s jewel is its two-starred Michelin restaurant and is one of the best restaurants in San Francisco.

Guests can enjoy their stay in deluxe kings rooms, which is noticeably larger, located on higher floors and stocked with luxurious amenities and also provides a view of Union Square.

The Michelin two-starred hotel eatery serves you the most exquisite dishes San Francisco can offer. Chef Srijith helps you seven-course feast, which is excellent and unlikely to anything guests have ever experienced.

7. Hotel Vitale

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The services and facilities of Hotel Vitale are unparalleled. On the roof, Vitales has three treatment rooms that offer full body and facial massage with aromatherapy soaking tubs. After smoothing massaging of your body, stay in one of the standard places that provide waterfront or the city views.

The ground floor restaurant and bar Americano offers with Italian California menu and helps yourself with a post-work cocktail. Hotel Vitale is perfectly perched near the Ferry Building, proffering top restaurants and specialist coffee, cheese, and ice cream.

8. Intercontinental Mark Hopkins 

Source: California Weekend Mag

San Francisco’s most revered hotel, Intercontinental Hotel Mark Hopkins is a 19 story building offering exquisite views and fabulous services. During your stay, you will be treated as royal family members.

On top of the city’s Tony Nob Hill is where this historical property lies which have Fairmont Hotel and Gothic Style Grace Cathedral across the street.

Somehow this property resembles the combination of a French chateau and Spanish decoration, which is quite fascinating along with its history. For the real treat, book one of the standard guest room for your stay. These rooms come with a king-sized bed and views of downtown San Francisco.

9. The Scarlet Huntington

Source: Nob Hill Connection

Its defining characteristics, high standards, and gracious services are what engages guests in this hotel. Scarlet Huntington sits atop Nob Hill and boasts views of the Bay and City. On the highlight, it has a world-class spa, that gives a reason for visitors to come back.

One of the additional services includes a three-level Sanctuary spa, indoor pool, whirlpool, skyline views, steam rooms, lounge, gym, fireplace, and excellent restaurants. The apartments in this hotel are elegant and have a theme of Asian Moroccan theme and sizeable bathrooms. The Big four restaurants are its culinary highlights.

10. The Ritz Carlton 

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Ritz Carlton is one of the luxurious hotels in the wealthy Nob Hill. Surrounded by Nob Hill mansions and Financial Districts skyscrapers,  Ritz Carlton sits in the heart of San Francisco.

The hotel has country’s first Spa, L'Occitane featuring Bay Area-specific treatments and on the additional facilities includes a fitness center, bar, restaurants, and excellent room service. Guests can explore around California wine country in the JCB tasting Lounge and exquisite dishes in Chicago Restaurant.

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