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Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

SoMa, San Francisco

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.

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The St. Regis San Francisco

SoMa, San Francisco

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), 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.

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Harbor Court Hotel

SoMa, San Francisco

The stylish Harbor Court 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.

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Hotel Griffon – A Greystone Hotel

SoMa, San Francisco

Hotel Griffon is an elegant, upscale hotel with a prime location on the Embarcadero waterfront on the edge of San Francisco Bay. Some of the 57 guest rooms and five suites have views of the Bay and the Bay Bridge, but many do not have a view at all, and most are very cramped and have small bathrooms. Throughout, decor is elegant and tasteful, and rooms have 32-inch flat-screen TVs and iPod docks, but no mini-fridges or minibars. Travelers may also want to consider the InterContinental - San Francisco, which offers bigger rooms and large bathrooms, an on-site spa, a fitness center, and a lap pool.

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Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco

SoMa, San Francisco

With stunning architectural design and 552 rooms on just eight floors, this upscale landmark hotel built in 1875 is aptly named. It is located near Union Square’s luxury shopping and beside a BART station, and striking features include Maxfield Parrish’s Pied Piper painting in the bar, a gold atrium ceiling in the restaurant, and glass-roofed indoor pool. Ornate designs make for a unique business setting with a business center, 24-hour gym, and market. Elegant rooms feature antique touches, stylish mid-century furnishings, and tall ceilings; some suites have parlors with fireplaces. Breakfast, valet parking, and Wi-Fi cost extra. The nearby W San Francisco has a Bliss spa and hipper atmosphere, but no pool. 

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Hotel Zetta San Francisco

SoMa, San Francisco

The 116-room upscale Hotel Zetta San Francisco offers a uniquely crafted hip refuge that’s close to Union Square, with a decor of cool repurposed furnishings, a funky recreational room with games, a TV lounge, an on-site restaurant and lobby bar, a state-of-the-art fitness center, stylish conference rooms, and a Mac computer corner. Sleek, industrial rooms offer flat-screen TVs, and illy espresso makers. Rooms can get noisy from street traffic and neighboring guests; some parts of the area look seedy. Guests might also want to check out The Scarlet Huntington hotel.

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InterContinental San Francisco

SoMa, San Francisco

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, 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.

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Hotel Vitale, a Joie de Vivre hotel

SoMa, San Francisco

The upscale Hotel Vitale has a great location on the Financial District waterfront, surrounded by fine dining and across the street from the famous Ferry Building. Its 200 rooms are warm and spacious, with a soothing neutral palette, free Wi-Fi, and upscale amenities such as Bose sound systems, LCD TVs, fully stocked minibars, and limestone bathrooms. Americano Restaurant & Bar is known for its popular happy hour, which spills over to its cute outdoor terrace, and the spa offers a serene bamboo patio with soaking tubs. Rates are average for location and style, but there is a steep fee for valet parking, and the mandatory “Urban Fee” (which includes basic Wi-Fi, daily 10-minute massages, and Nespresso machines) may make some guests feel nickel-and-dimed. In this price range Le Meridien San Francisco offers a comparable experience.