The St. Regis San Francisco

SoMa stunner for art aficionados

Since opening in 2005, The St. Regis San Francisco has been refining the concept of luxury, retaining the detail-oriented service focus and continuing its legacy of timeless elegance.

Newly designed, ultra-luxe guest rooms by Chapi Chapo Design balance tradition and contemporaneity with customized furniture, flat-screen TVs, crisp Frette linens and deep bathtubs that may inspire you to indulge in the hotel's Signature Bath offerings. Chapi Chapo also refreshed the hotel’s meeting and event spaces, creating refined, comfortable and innovative areas.

The spa is the hotel’s pinnacle of pampering, including an indoor saltwater infinity pool, while the ground-floor restaurant Grill offers seasonal dishes crafted from the bounty of the Bay Area and Northern California. If you seek a light lunch, cocktail or late-night bite, the hotel’s Lobby Lounge is just the setting to relax and mingle.

Art is woven into the fabric of the San Francisco hotel. The St. Regis portrays the city’s rich culture and history through exquisite property-wide installations, The Museum of the African Diaspora is conveniently located within the property and the renowned San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is right next door.

When you want to step foot outside of the hotel, or venture beyond the countless surrounding shops, the attentive staff will be happy to shuttle you to your destination — in a Tesla, of course.

Our Inspector's Highlights
  • San Francisco has a ton of great dining options, and that includes the hotel’s own Grill restaurant, which features seasonal New American cuisine made with the freshest locally sourced ingredients.
  • Remède Spa is among the best in town. Popular among locals as well as hotel guests, it’s a luxurious place to escape for an afternoon.
  • As you would expect from a Five-Star hotel, The St. Regis' staff is unfailingly polite and accommodating.
  • If you’re a culture vulture, you’ll relish in The St. Regis' prime location. The hotel even shares a building with the Museum of the African Diaspora and sits less than a block from some of the city’s most iconic museums.
  • The St. Regis is justifiably famous for its butler service. They’ll handle everything from ordering you coffee in the morning to snagging you hard-to-get restaurant reservations.
Things to Know
  • While many of the brand’s properties have extensive activity programs, The St. Regis San Francisco does not — mostly because you’ll want to leave the hotel to check out the world-class shopping and museums that are waiting just outside.
  • The San Francisco hotel exudes enough of a cool factor to draw a mix of business travelers, vacationing couples and even locals who book treatments at Remède Spa and dine at Grill.
The Rooms
  • The lower floors feature the Superior rooms with 450 square feet of space, and just above those, the Deluxe rooms offer similar square footage but with more expansive views of the city.
  • Grand Deluxe and Executive Premier rooms overlook the Yerba Buena Gardens, with the latter featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that bathe the rooms in sunlight.
  • All the rooms are decorated in creams and taupes, with crisp white duvet covers and leather Barcelona benches at the foot of the beds.
  • Step into the spacious, stone-tiled bathroom to find a rainforest shower, a deep-soaking tub and even a flat-screen TV.
The Restaurants
  • The contemporary Grill restaurant serves up contemporary American fare featuring locally sourced ingredients from the Bay Area and Northern California daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as weekend brunch.
  • The Grill also features a 300-plus-bottle list offering a carefully curated selection of international wines, focusing heavily on Napa Vally and French pours.
  • Head to The St. Regis Lobby Lounge for a light lunch or after-dinner cocktail and bar bites. Bloody Mary fans will appreciate the four different varieties of the savory drink available on the bar menu.
  • Classic afternoon tea is served daily in The St. Regis Lobby Lounge from 2-4pm. This popular service is available by reservation only, so be sure to call ahead to secure your spot.
Babysitting services
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Getting There
125 Third Street, San Francisco, California 94103
SFO (18-20 min)   OAK (22-30 min)   SJC (45-55 min)  
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