Old World luxury meets nouveau riche in a SoMa District hotel.
Next door to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, this St. Regis comprises the historic, early twentieth-century Williams building and a new, forty-story tower. Inspired by Rodin's sculpture, "Balzac," the top floors of the tower are angled. A refreshing, streamlined style with an emphasis on white is used throughout the hotel, which also includes three commissioned public art installations, 22,500 square feet of space for indoor and outdoor events, and a full fitness center with 50-foot lap pool. The property's 260 guest rooms and 46 suites come standard with flat screen plasma televisions, dedicated fax lines, personalized stationery, work desks and safes with laptop and cell phone chargers. High-speed and Wi-Fi Internet access is available. Elsewhere on property, guests can enjoy top-notch experiences at Ame, a New American eatery, and Remède Spa, which offers ten treatment rooms, customized treatments based on the Laboratoire Remède skincare line and champagne and truffles on arrival.