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Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco has 277 rooms, 47 of which are suites. Since opening in the fall of 2001, the Five-Star luxury hotel has earned our praise for its excellent service and spacious rooming accommodations — some of the largest in the city. In fact, the hotel’s sophisticated, elegant décor and convenient downtown location make it a sought-after destination for residencies, too, and there are 146 of them in the hotel.
If you’re looking for a great view, we suggest you book a room on the south side of the tower on the 14th floor or higher — the hotel is 42 stories and, from this side, offers vistas of the city’s ballpark and San Francisco Bay. But even on a lower floors, you’ll see the grassy Yerba Buena Gardens. Rooms that overlook Market Street lack the razzle-dazzle of city lights, but there’s something charming about seeing a vintage streetcar make its way toward the Ferry Building. And don’t worry about room noise; the San Francisco hotel has double-walled windows for soundproofing, so you won’t be bothered by honking cabbies and the ding-ding of the nearby cable car.