Old-fashioned charm paired with a slice of San Francisco history.
One of San Francisco's most famous grand old hotels, this property is a destination unto itself. Consider the exceptional rosewood-paneled lobby: Queen Elizabeth hung her hat here in 1983, as have all U.S. presidents since Taft. The property comprises two separate buildings --- the Landmark Building, with 629 guest rooms and 23 suites, and the Tower Building, with 566 guest rooms and 35 suites. All rooms come standard with flat screen televisions, iPod docking stations, terrycloth bathrobes and Westin's signature Heavenly Bed. Guests have access to the on-site St. Francis Renewal and Westin Workout facility, which contains a spa (fees apply to treatments). The hotel also offers a Westin-branded kids club to entertain its youngest guests. Foodies note the property for its stellar restaurants, including Michael Mina's Clock Bar and an outpost of Mina's Bourbon Steak restaurant. For a thrilling view of the city, take a ride in one of the Tower Building's outside elevators.