The St. Regis San Francisco

SoMa stunner for art aficionados

Since opening in 2005, The St. Regis San Francisco has been refining the concept of luxury, retaining the detail-oriented service focus and continuing its legacy of timeless elegance.

Newly designed, ultra-luxe guest rooms by Chapi Chapo Design balance tradition and contemporaneity with customized furniture, flat-screen TVs, crisp Frette linens and deep bathtubs that may inspire you to indulge in the hotel's Signature Bath offerings. Chapi Chapo also refreshed the hotel’s meeting and event spaces, creating refined, comfortable and innovative areas.

The ground-floor restaurant Astra offers seasonal dishes crafted from the bounty of the Bay Area and Northern California. If you seek a light lunch, cocktail or late-night bite, the hotel’s Lobby Lounge is just the setting to relax and mingle.

Art is woven into the fabric of the San Francisco hotel. The St. Regis portrays the city’s rich culture and history through exquisite property-wide installations, the Museum of the African Diaspora is conveniently located within the property and the renowned San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is right next door.

When you want to step foot outside of the hotel, or venture beyond the countless surrounding shops, the attentive staff will be happy to shuttle you to your destination — in a Tesla, of course.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • With floor-to-ceiling windows, an art-deco-inspired golden trellis and a pretty pastel color palette, the ground-floor restaurant and lobby bar are see-and-be-seen types of places. Locals and tourists mingle under the brass arches at the bar, which serves classic cocktails, glasses of Napa Valley wine, and snacks like housemade potato chips.

  • Although the view is undeniably better on the higher floors, it's excellent from any of the guest rooms, and you won't be disappointed. The windows frame the skyline, and the décor is minimalist and sleek, with a neutral color scheme accented with metallic finishes and purple throw pillows. Rich textures are featured throughout — think leather headboards, smoked glass coffee tables and wooden closet panels. Bathrooms have bathtubs for soaking and waterfall showers.
  • The property boasts 15,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces suitable for everything from board meetings to weddings. The remodeled rooms were designed to promote conversation and collaboration.
  • The St. Regis San Francisco has a great art collection, and many of the pieces are on display throughout the hotel. In the reception area, a painting by Randy Hibberd, Solitude, depicts an abstract city. There's also a headless marble body sculpture, a watercolor by Janie Rochfort, custom 3D computer graphic by Christo Saba, and a cheeky rock, paper, scissors sculpture. As you wander through the property, it's fun to come across these unique works.
  • As you would expect from a Five-Star hotel, The St. Regis' staff is unfailingly polite and accommodating — and its butler service is justifiably famous. Butlers will handle everything from ordering you coffee in the morning to snagging hard-to-get restaurant reservations at nearby hot spots.

Things to Know

  • For city culture seekers, you can't beat the hotel's Third Street location. It's in the middle of an art museum sandwich, with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of the African Diaspora on the other side. It's also within walking distance to shopping, the Moscone Center and Yerba Buena Gardens.

  • If you have time, indulge in a leisurely breakfast downstairs at the restaurant. The bar area feels different in the morning — it's filled with light and has a relaxed yet refined vibe. Everything is seasonal, local and downright delicious, from the refreshing green juice to the soft scrambled eggs piled high with avocado to the bacon slathered in maple syrup and showered with black truffles.
  • Although the hotel has an exceptional spa with a beautiful indoor pool, it is closed for renovations.

Babysitting services
House car
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Pet friendly
Getting There
125 Third Street, San Francisco, California 94103
SFO (18-20 min)   OAK (22-30 min)   SJC (45-55 min)  
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