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The cancellation policy at The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco is generous; you may cancel your reservation for no charge, up until 24 hours before check-in, after which time you’ll be charged for the full night’s cost, including the 15.5 percent room tax and any other fees you may have incurred. If you do have to cancel, it’s always best to call the front desk, but you can also cancel online if you have your confirmation number, or email for cancellation. The website is a great resource, and it also allows you to change your reservation easily. So if your plans change within a few days of your previously booked reservation, you can simply shift your reservation date — no need to call the hotel. The only caveat: Room prices and availability may change at The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco, so try to switch as soon as you determine your plans have changed.