The St. Regis San Francisco Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The St. Regis's 5,700-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center is as classy as the rest of the hotel.

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Best Hotel Gyms in San Francisco (5 of 10)

 The St. Regis's 5,700-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center is as classy as the rest of the hotel.
The Meridien's gym has a unique layout: The cardio and strength-training machines encircle the "TV tower" in the middle. Amenities include free headphones (to keep the workout going) and fruit (to help recharge after). Among the bonuses not pictured above: complimentary laundering of your workout clothes. The InterContinental's 24-hour gym scores points in both quality (brand new Precor equipment; cardio machines with personal TV screens) and quantity (five treadmills, three bikes, four ellipticals, half a dozen strength-training machines, and a set of free weights). The St. Francis's gym, known as the WestinWORKOUT Center, is both big -- two floors, one for cardio machines and one for strength-training -- and well-equipped. There's even Nintendo Wii Fitness. The only downside: It costs extra to use ($12 per day or $30 for your whole stay). The St. Regis's 5,700-square-foot, 24-hour fitness center is as classy as the rest of the hotel. Each cardio machine is prepped with a towel, water bottle, and headphones for the personal TV screens. Other bonuses include extra-chilled towels, a nice selection of magazines, and complimentary fruit. The Campton's gym earns a spot in this slideshow as much for its setting -- on the 9th floor terrace, beneath a translucent circus-tent top that lets in a ton of light -- as for the workout equipment. The room includes a partial view of nearby Union Square. For a small hotel, the inventory is impressive: three exercise bikes, an elliptical, two treadmills, six strength-training machines, free weights, and fitness orbs. All three of the large, business-oriented Hiltons in San Francisco (the ones in Fisherman's Wharf and the Financial District are the others) feature solid gyms, but the Hilton Union Square's is the most impressive, with 2,800 square feet and top-of-the-line cardio and strength-training equipment by Precor. Highlights include individual TV screens on all the cardio machines (with free headsets available), plenty of fitness orbs and yoga mats, and large soft towels.
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