Financial District Hotels
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Loews San Francisco Hotel

Loews San Francisco Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

With astounding views from elegant, spacious rooms high up in a Financial District skyscraper and the best in pampering service, the Loews San Francisco Hotel (formerly Mandarin Oriental) lives up to its luxe reputation. The downtown location makes it best for business travelers, but the spa and fitness center are a draw for others as well. And the rooms and services are hard to beat.
Hilton San Francisco Financial District

Hilton San Francisco Financial District Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Though last renovated in 2006, the 549-room Hilton Financial District still feels fresh, and its great beds, up-to-date electronics, and nice bay views from select rooms make it great for business travelers -- and leisure guests that don't mind walking 10 minutes to get to the interesting dining and culture in Chinatown and North Beach.
Omni San Francisco Hotel

Omni San Francisco Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale, medium-sized hotel, part of the Omni chain, is a stylish, comfortable option for well-heeled tourists and business travelers. The luxury comes at a high price, however, and better rates can generally be found at other, nearby four-pearl properties, such as the Hilton or Le Meridien, though some may prefer the Omni's more traditional style and touches of grandeur.
Le Meridien San Francisco

Le Meridien San Francisco Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This Starwood means business. With classy, spacious meeting rooms, a happening lobby bar, and a location in the heart of the Financial District, the Meridien caters primarily to individual and small-group corporate travelers. But its stylish, well-appointed rooms, some with panoramic views, make it a good luxury option for tourists as well.
Club Quarters, San Francisco

Club Quarters, San Francisco Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 342-room Club Quarters can be a fine alternative to other, more costly business hotels in the quiet, skyscraper-lined streets of the Financial District. But with the drop in price come smaller standard rooms, cheaper bedding, scarce service (no doorman or concierge), an older fitness center, and a less-than-exciting restaurant.
Hyatt Regency San Francisco

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Gracious service makes the towering, austere 802-room Hyatt Regency feel almost cozy. The rooms, while not new, are large and comfortable. And the location near the scenic Embarcadero and bustling commercial artery of Market Street is convenient for exploring the city. But this largely business hotel is light on amenities and in a dull part of town at night.


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