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The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco does charge fees, although they’re not unusual or unexpected for a luxury property. Much like many Four-Star hotels, the Ritz-Carlton charges a 15.5 percent room tax on top of your stated room rate, with the initial room rate quoted for single or double occupancy. That means any additional guests over the age of five will result in another charge of $50 per person, per evening.
You’ll also be responsible for tipping at The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco, and parking isn’t free. Leaving your car in the hotel’s garage costs $20 per hour, or $65 for overnight parking. Keep these prices in mind when budgeting your costs for a stay at The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco.