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Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

757 Market St. (Third St.) Send to Phone
San FranciscoCA 94103
415-633-3000  | RESERVE NOW!
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Transcending the typical luxury hotel experience on San Francisco's historic Market Street. Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco is one of GAYOT's 2013 Top 10 SF Hotels | Top 10 SF Business Hotels | Top 10 SF Spa Hotels Check out GAYOT's more in-depth hotel review.


  • Singles & Doubles $389-$599, Suites $869-$5,999



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Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco Review

: This luxury hotel facing Market Street in the Financial District towers over the city. Superior facilities immerse guests in contemporary elegance and refined details. The 277 rooms all come standard with flat screen televisions, spacious work areas and marble bathrooms. The 46 princely suites feature formal foyers, dressing areas and sublime views of the city skyline. The spa, located at the on-site Sports Club/LA, offers an array of full-service options that include massage, reflexology, medical rejuvenation therapies, aromatherapy, peels, wraps, manicures and pedicures. Located on the fifth floor, the friendly, inviting MKT Restaurant – Bar features varied menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner with weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. The restaurant also offers a “Farm to Room Service” menu for guests of the hotel. More than 15,000 square feet of flexible indoor/outdoor terrace meeting space is designed to accommodate both corporate gatherings and social events. Business services are available round the clock.

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