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When you book a room at the 42-story Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco, the higher your floor, the better the sweeping bay view. We recommend a room on floor 14 or higher on the south side of the hotel: From here, you should be able to see the water, as well as city skyscrapers. A corner room will afford the best vistas as you’ll have a floor-to-ceiling panoramic look at downtown San Francisco. There’s a little sitting bench near the window where you can relax and admire the sights.
Even if you’re not high up, you will have some picturesque views. On a lower floor, you’ll be able to see the nearby Yerba Buena Gardens and Market Street, where the cable cars chug toward the Ferry Building. Don’t worry about ambient noise: The rooms are practically soundproof, so you can people-watch and relax in peace and quiet.