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Monday, September 28, 2009

Luxury Hotels in San Francisco

Clift Hotel:

Clift Hotel is located in the heart of San Francisco's Union Square. Clift's 363 guest rooms are decorated with luxurious fabrics-silks, leathers and velvets, all in tranquil shades-ivories, grey and lavenders. Floor-to-ceiling mirrors on opposite walls create a soothing infinity effect and reflect the rosy Bay Area light.

The Palace:

The Palace Hotel is one of the best and most beautiful hotels in San Francisco. The Palace Hotel is located near the Financial District and Union Square in a very safe neighborhood. Palace has 552 guestrooms and 34 suites which are decorated with mahogany furnishings and pleasant color schemes, and also include furnishings and services such as large desks for business travelers.

Huntington Hotel:

This Hotel occupies one of San Francisco's finest locations atop prestigious Nob Hill. The 135 spacious rooms and suites are appointed in an understated style of Traditional Elegance. Huntington has earned worldwide Acclaim for its sophisticated luxury and high standard of service.

Fairmont Hotel:

Fairmont San Francisco Hotel has 591 guestrooms and suites with three renowned restaurants and lounges, as well as 55,000 square feet of spectacular function space. It has luxurious accommodations, elegant meeting spaces and superb spaces which make for an unforgettable stay.

Four seasons:

The Hotel's 277 guest rooms, including 46 suites, are generously sized- the largest in the city - and exclude a warm residential feel. It has floor to ceiling windows that showcase stunning vies of the city or Yerba Buena Gardens and San Francisco Bay. Each guest room has LCD, Cordless phone, high speed Internet Access, fax connection, CD player, iHome alarm clock etc. Complimentary services include House car service and access to the sports club.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel:

Mandarin Oriental Hotel is the only hotel in San Francisco to receive the 2000 Mobil Travel Guide's Five Star Award. This hotel has 158 rooms which are located on 38th-48th floors offering spectacular city skyline and San Francisco Bay Views. Hotel has a fitness center, business center and a bookstore also. Meeting rooms include Embassy room, library, Boardroom, Gallery and the Club Room.

W San Francisco:

A 30 story hotel with impeccable style and is located right across from Moscone Convention Center near the new Sony Metreon Entertainment complex. The Hotel features internet, cordless phones etc. The 423 rooms include use of a lap swimming pool and an outdoor deck. Hotel features a spa, fitness center, living room, pets are welcome etc.

Omni Hotel:

Omni Hotel is perfect for business travelers. Its decor is fancy with large fresh flower arrangements and furnishings that are lavish but inviting. The Omni is also within walking distance of Chinatown, which has great food and culture, and Nob Hill, where you can find some of the most beautiful vistas in town. Its 362 rooms and 15 suites are decorated in Florentine Renaissance style, and have all the amenities expected of a luxury Hotel.

Hotel Vitale:

Hotel Vitale is the very definition of contemporary chic. The hotel offers gym facility, spa, etc. Hotel has 199 non-smoking rooms which have walk in showers with rainforest showerheads, comfortable beds with 440 thread count sheets and luxurious bathrobes.


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