Transcending the typical luxury hotel experience on San Francisco's historic Market Street.
This 42-story building, facing the Yerba Buena Gardens in the Financial District, towers over the city. Guests enter from Market Street or a quiet cul-de-sac, then check in with the personable staff at the fifth-floor lobby, literally rising above the busy streets below. The 277 guest rooms and suites provide guests with an array of creature comforts expected from the Four Seasons brand, including down duvets and pillows, thick terry bathrobes, twice daily housekeeping, iHome alarm clocks, multi-line phones with voicemail, safes, refrigerated private bars, Wi-Fi and, of note, floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the skyline.
A private art collection with more than 90 works adorns the public spaces and guest rooms, which are done in a soothing chocolate-and-white palette. On-site MKT Restaurant - Bar pays tribute to the neighborhood's storied newspaper publishing days, when printing presses lined Market Street. The style is old school with oak, brass and leather, while the menu features a contemporary menu of steaks and small plates, artisanal cocktails, craft beers and California wines.
An impressive 127,000 square feet dedicated to fitness and wellness includes a 75-foot junior Olympic lap pool and a spa operated by the Equinox Sports Club. This fitness venue provides complimentary access to all Four Seasons guests age 15 and older. Offerings at the club range from basketball and group exercise classes to cardiovascular and strength machines. In addition, more than 15,000 square feet of flexible indoor/outdoor terrace meeting space is designed to accommodate both corporate gatherings and social events, and business services are available round the clock. With the Moscone Center just a block away, the hotel is a popular choice for conference and convention goers.