Review: St. Regis San Francisco


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St. Regis San Francisco is an exclusive newly built hotel with a great location downtown. It offers a surprisingly large spa and a 50-foot heated saltwater infinity pool that is open 24/7. Rooms are a highlight here due to their luxurious finish, large windows, and spacious size.

Why We Love This Hotel

The ultra-modern 50-foot heated saltwater lap pool and the spa are reasons in themselves to stay here. These features are unusual for hotels in San Francisco, and the pool is a wonderful space with creamy walls and window seats framing huge windows looking out over San Francisco.

Best Time To Visit

The best time to visit San Francisco is from September to November, as Autumn enjoys some of the warmest temperatures of the year. Spring also has mild temperatures and little rain. In the Summer, the city center can be overrun with tourists, so mid-summer is probably best avoided.

How To Get There

Fly into San Francisco airport (SFO) which has direct flights to many major cities.


The St. Regis San Francisco is set in the vibrant SoMa district, adjacent to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and steps from Union Square. Other nearby attractions include Moscone Center, Oracle Park, and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Style & Character

St. Regis San Francisco is new, modern, and stylish. The decor in the communal areas, bars, and restaurants is sumptuous, with thick pile rugs and carpets, backlit artwork on the walls, and intricate light fittings dangling from the ceilings. One gets the feeling of “no expense spared” when you step into the foyer.

Service & Facilities

There’s a 24-hour fitness center, a stunning indoor infinity pool, and a large luxury spa within the hotel. Within the spa, you can enjoy facials, massages, and a variety of additional treatments. There’s also a whirlpool, sauna, steam room, and nail bar. For elevated events, from weddings to seminars, select one of their picturesque indoor or outdoor venues.


The building comprises 100 private residences; the remaining floors accommodate 260 guest rooms and suites featuring indulgent beds, large workstations, and marble bathrooms with soaking tubs and rainforest showers, which are very Four Seasons in style and size. It is worth noting that even the standard rooms are large and luxurious, and views look out onto skyscrapers or Yerba Buena Garden. Exquisite suites offer generous layouts with separate living rooms and hardwood floors, exclusively serviced by St. Regis Butlers.

Food & Drink

Within the hotel, there are two main food options. Savor the flavors of San Francisco at the Grill restaurant or experience their signature Afternoon Tea in the lounge. It is the Grill that offers the hotel breakfast, which is, of course, excellent!

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