SoMa Hotels
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The St. Regis San Francisco

The St. Regis San Francisco Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Built in 2005, the St. Regis offers the best in luxury: rooms with great beds and bathrooms, 24-hour butler service (for suite rooms only), Michelin-starred Ame restaurant, and Remede Spa and pool. Its business-heavy SoMa surroundings and modern building lack the historical grandeur of Nob Hill's grand dames, but otherwise it stands shoulder to shoulder with its hilltop competitors.
InterContinental - San Francisco

InterContinental - San Francisco Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Built in 2008 near the Moscone Convention Center in the business-oriented neighborhood of SoMa, the modern, 550-room InterContinental's luxury-level service, high-tech guest rooms, lap pool, well-reviewed spa, and Michelin-star restaurant make it one of the best values in San Francisco. But it's worth it to also check rates at the comparable W San Francisco.
Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Four Seasons' huge, well-outfitted rooms and attentive service are among the city's best, but the 277-room property falls a bit short of expectations. Its pool and fitness center are outsourced, and its business-centric SoMa location lacks the prestige of Nob Hill, where some if its strongest competitors reside.
Park Central Hotel San Francisco

Park Central Hotel San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

You don't get the service you'd receive at high-end area competitors, but the Westin Market Street does offer immaculate quarters with super-comfortable beds, solid amenities, and a business-friendly location two blocks from the convention center. For travelers seeking a more subdued environment than the nearby mega-Marriott and who aren't up for paying St. Regis prices, this is an acceptable option.
Palace Hotel

Palace Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Boasting ample turn-of-the-20th-century elegance and 550 rooms on only eight floors (dig these corridors), the Palace is aptly named -- it is indeed palatial. But other than a nice indoor pool and an elaborate Sunday brunch, few features distinguish this business-oriented Starwood from its competitors. If you can find a better deal at the Fairmont, you may be better off.
W San Francisco

W San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

An outpost of the generally solid "lifestyle"-focused chain, the W San Francisco in the SoMa art district offers clean, airy rooms, and above-average amenities in a whimsical, stylish setting. But despite efforts to seem boutique-y, the W is still a big, national chain at the end of the day, and the approach is less about personal touches than overall atmosphere.
Hotel Vitale

Hotel Vitale Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The stylish, 200-room Hotel Vitale has an ideal location on the Financial District's revitalized waterfront, surrounded by fine dining. Its beautiful guest rooms, top-tier services, reputable spa, and numerous freebies -- Wi-Fi, daily yoga, passes to use the nearby YMCA's lap pool -- make it a great luxury choice.
Harbor Court Hotel

Harbor Court Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The stylish Harbor Court, a Kimpton hotel, occupies a historic, YMCA building; as a result, its 131 guest rooms are about half the size of most standard rooms. However, freebies like morning coffee, Wi-Fi, and an evening wine reception, and a great location on the Financial District's revitalized waterfront make it a reasonable choice for couples and solo travelers.
San Francisco Marriott Marquis

San Francisco Marriott Marquis Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 1,499-room business behemoth ideally straddles SoMa, the Financial District, and Union Square, and clearly caters to meeting attendees with its multiple restaurants, huge fitness center, and comfortable, if unexciting, quarters. The public spaces can get so overwhelmed by the suit-and-tie set, however, that it often feels more like a convention center than a hotel.
Hotel Whitcomb

Hotel Whitcomb Rating: 3.0 Pearls

A historic, but well-past-its-prime, 459-room hotel that once served as San Francisco's City Hall, the Whitcomb is stuck in the past with dingy and dirty rooms, lackluster features, and dark, musty hallways. The Holiday Inn Civic Center or Good Hotel are better bets in this seedy neighborhood.


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