The Four Seasons San Francisco epitomizes luxury by the Bay. With its lively SoMa location, birds-eye views over the city, and all of the little pampering details within its rich rooms and suites, this sleek urban hotel will ensure each guest’s San Francisco stay is one to remember.
The rooms and suites of the soaring Four Seasons San Francisco have a luxuriously residential air to their design. Custom woven silk walls and Herman Miller desk chairs are outfitted in hues of rich mocha and soft teal and are paired with grounding accents of pewter, silver, and gold. En-suite marble bathrooms feature deep soaking bathtubs, glass-enclosed showers, and L’Occitane amenities, while floor-to-ceiling windows offer spectacular views over the San Francisco skyline or Yerba Buena Gardens. On the topmost floors, the hotel’s exclusive suites are sophisticatedly modern in approach yet extremely comfy in their ample amenities, which include seprate living and entertaining spaces, enhanced wine refrigerators, multi-device chargers, and espresso machines.
The common rooms within the Four Seasons San Francisco seem to be more oriented toward business, but the laptops and suits cannot subdue the hotel’s innately chic atmosphere. Almost 100 works of contemporary art hang on the walls and highlight San Francisco’s diverse and culturally-rich art scene, while the retro MKT Restaurant-Bar harkens back to the city’s famous printing press roots in both ambiance and offerings. Executive Chef Alexander La Motte creates a clever menu of California-centric market-to-table steaks and small plates, and the bar serves up the perfect pre- and post-dinner refreshments in the form of specialty-handcrafted cocktails, San Francisco craft brews, and California wines. When not indulging in the food and art, guests can take advantage of their complimentary access to the Equinox Sports Club next door with its sunlit junior Olympic swimming pool and spa amenities.
Despite its sophisticated style, Four Seasons San Francisco goes out of its way to make even its youngest guests feel welcome, whether with board games, milk and cookie deliveries, child-sized bathrobes, or organized family-friendly excursions to San Francisco’s best sites. Favorites include Alcatraz tours, cable car rides, walks along the Golden Gate Bridge, and sea lion watching from Pier 39. The hotel’s exclusive Yerba Buena Gardens address places it in the cultural heart of the City by the Bay within easy walking distance to its famous attractions, but the adults are sure to appreciate it for its gateway access to California’s famous Sonoma and Napa wine valleys just north of the city.Request Information