The St. Regis San Francisco Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The wall between the bathtub and the bed contains sliding doors. For ease of communication, we're sure.

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Best Hotel Bathrooms in San Francisco (3 of 11)

 The wall between the bathtub and the bed contains sliding doors. For ease of communication, we're sure.
Even in standard rooms, the marble and frosted-glass bathrooms feature deep soaking tubs and large separate showers with both rain and detachable showerheads. Mini flat-screen TVs and Remede Spa toiletries round out the amenities. The hotel's 24-hour butler can draw a bath for you. Specials include the "Awaken to Enchantment" (Krug Grand Cuvee, OJ, peach nectar, pastries; $535) and, for just $1,650, the "Krug Ultimate Bath" (a Magnum of Krug and four ounces of Caspian caviar). (No word on whether the butler will wash behind your ears for you. ...) The wall between the bathtub and the bed contains sliding doors. For ease of communication, we're sure. These huge master bathrooms boast soaking tubs, separate cubicles for the toilet, large vanity areas, and nice extra touches like bathrobes, slippers, and Miller Harris toiletries. The Fairmont takes its place in the ever-growing trend of "peek-a-boo" bathrooms. The Good Hotel's billing as a "hotel with a conscience" starts with its bathrooms, which make this list not for their luxuriousness but for their ecological awareness. The toilet-top sinks conserve water, while the wall-mounted shampoo dispensers in the showers prevent waste by not using those miniature bottles. The toilet-top sink, which we haven't seen anywhere else. Each flush prompts a stream of clean water from the toilet-top faucet, which flows for a full minute and drains into the bowl to be used for the next flush. The Mandarin's spacious marble bathrooms sport deep bathtubs, Molton Brown toiletries, small personal care sets (shower cap, nail files, cotton swabs), free slippers, and two types of bathrobes: lightweight waffled cotton or terrycloth. Given the hotel's location in the top 11 floors of San Francisco's third tallest skyscraper, the view from your bathroom could very well look like this. The Mandarin even provides binoculars for guests to spy on the city below. The bathrooms are what you'd expect from a Four Seasons: marble countertops, super-soft bath mats and towels, free slippers, personal care kits, glass-encased standing showers, and L'Occitane bath products. Not all rooms at the Four Seasons have bathtubs, but if you nab one that does, you'll be soaking in one like this. Not too shabby.
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