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Located on the highest floors of The St. Regis San Francisco, the suites feel more like luxurious urban apartments than standard hotel rooms. Step inside to fumed oak floors in the living spaces, which are set off by the bedrooms’ plush taupe carpeting. Depending on the type of suite you book, the walls may be oak, slate blue or accented with creamy leather. If you’re a design aficionado, you will appreciate the Barcelona benches and marble window seats — not to mention the expansive windows with views of San Francisco. All of the large suites have separate bedrooms and king-sized beds, but if you want to live large (like the many professional sports teams that often stay at the Five-Star hotel when in they’re town), splurge on the Presidential Suite. This enormous space showcases a separate dining room, a butler’s pantry with Wedgwood china, a reading room, one and a half bathrooms, a walk-in closet and an oversized tub with jets. Like the other suites, it comes complete with the St. Regis’ famed butler service — putting the city at your fingertips with ease.