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Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco has 277 guest rooms, all of which are decorated in soft, neutral tones with traditional yet modern furnishings. We love the beautiful fabric wall covering behind the bed and the color palettes — our room was light blue and yellow with red and brown accents. The room includes a spacious working desk with all the supplies necessary to get some work done, as well as a large closet stocked with hangers, an iron and ironing board and a laundry kit. It’s a spacious place to hang your clothes, or store new ones after a shopping trip to nearby Union Square.
Depending on which floor you’re on — the Five-Star hotel has 42 stories — you’ll have a great view of the Yerba Buena Gardens, bustling Market Street or the San Francisco Bay. We stayed on the 14th floor, which was high enough to afford sweeping bay views. There’s a padded bench under your window, the perfect spot to enjoy a morning coffee or late-night glass of wine.
The beds at the San Francisco hotel are ultra-comfy with prestige linens, a pillow-top mattress and fluffy down pillows (hypoallergenic bedding and pillows are available upon request). There’s a flat-panel TV and DVD player in every room, as well as a two-line cordless phone, CD player and iHome alarm clock with docking space for your iPod. Each bathroom is large with a vanity, deep-soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower, marble tiles and separate water closet, so two people can easily prepare for the day at the same time.