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Luxury Hotels

Top Luxury Hotels in San Francisco Costing Upwards of $200 Per Night

From Budget to Luxury/The Hotels of San Francisco

San Francisco is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, with good cause. It boasts a beautiful setting, wide array of restaurants and cultural activities, and many diverse lodging choices.

Omni San Francisco Hotel/Financial District

Pros: Financial District Refinement
Cons:On-site steakhouse doesn't cut the mustard
Best For: Excellent staff, solid amenities, kid-friendly

Hotel Vitale/Embarcadero

Pros:Located across the street from foodie central, the Ferry Building
Cons:Hotel parking costs $51.30 per day
Best For:Luxury at the Embarcadero

Ritz Carlton/Nob Hill

Pros: Aesthetics, service, amenities
Cons: Pricey
Best For: Bringing your pet to a fastidious hotel

Hotel Monaco/Downtown Union Square

Pros:Centrally located, historic, good value
Cons: A bit faded
Best For: Welcoming Your Pet

Palace Hotel/Downtown

Pros: Classy and historic, indoor pool
Cons: A bit faded
Best For: Downtown location, tea in the Garden Court

Taj Campton Place Hotel/Union Square

Pros: Dignified and service-oriented
Cons: Fitness room is outside on the terrace
Best For: Union Square location, attention to detail

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco/Downtown

Pros: A serene, full service, well-oiled machine
Cons:You might never want to get out of bed
Best For: Sophistication, great service, centrally located

Hotel Drisco/Pacific Heights

Pros: Intimate, romantic, refined
Cons: It's a hard schlep up the hill
Best For: The hill

Fairmont San Francisco/Nob Hill

Pros: Swanky at the top of the hill
Cons:Windy up there
Best For: An anniversary splurge

You fork over the big bucks at the Fairmont San Francisco for its history. Nearly completed and then partially destroyed by the great earthquake and fire in 1906, it was finally opened in 1907. It's architect was renowned perfectionist of the Beaux Arts style, Julia Morgan, whose other great architectural achievement is none other than Hearst's Castle, San Simeon.

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