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The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco4.5 Stars
950 Mason Street San Francisco CA 94108
Central to the Financial District, Union Square and Fisherman's Wharf, the Fairmont is located at the only spot in San Francisco where each of the city's cable car lines meet. With a panoramic view of the city and the bay from high atop Nob Hill, the hotel holds an unmatched blend of elegance and superb service for an unforgettable stay.
The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco is a testament to luxury with 591 individually furnished and decorated guestrooms. Each of the hotel's spacious guestrooms and suites are decorated in elegant style.
The Tonga Room and Hurricane Bar offers exotic Asian cuisine, along with the city's best Mai Tai, in the unforgettable setting of a tropical rainforest. The Laurel Court Restaurant and Bar offers a true Northern California dining experience featuring fresh indigenous ingredients paired with one-of-a-kind wines from local boutique wineries.
With 55000 square feet of spectacular function space, this Hotel has been host to the most important meetings and events held in San Francisco. Furthermore, Club One at Nob Hill offers a luxurious, comfortable environment for exercise and other health treatments.
- Baby Sitting Service
- Business Centre
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Parking Facilities
- Banquet Facilities
- Conference Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Bar / Lounge
- Disabled Facilities
- Safe Deposit Box
- Colour TV
- Modem / Data Port Connection
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Iron / Ironing Board
The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco Guest Reviews (29)
Travelling from NY, we soon realized that San Francisco was indeed a different city with a totally more relaxed heart beat. Having said that the fairmont hotel, a grand hotel, but showing its age. The staff were good without being imposing and the rooms were nice and large and great bathrooms. The Americans still insist on have the shower in the bath. This is old style and the sheet used to protect the water going into the room adequate. Good position to center of the shopping district and access to trams. Be prepared to walk a little as it is on top of the hill . The facilities are good and they have in house dining. Believe me you need this at times even though you may not use it, it is good to have there. They have wi fi which nowadays is a necessity and any hotel without it or they charge you for it, do not book. If you join the presidents club which is free the Internet is free. A win win I guess. Overall staff helpful when asked or requested. Hotel old and grand and good to have a tea or drink at the bar. They have a great cafe at the rear of the hotel which makes good coffee and sell great croissants. You need a good coffee in the morning, and I don't mean the American coffee which is about digestible as dry oats on a hot day. Book this hotel on line as the rack rates are more expensive. I would certainly go again. Cheers
Ivanandol wrote on January 9, 2013
The room was enormous and extremely comfortable, as was the hotel. My only gripe would be it would have been nice to have tea and coffee making facilites in the room. It was such a pleasure to go in and out of the hotel foyer, as young and old alike enjoyed the splendour of the Chrismas decorations and giant gingerbread house. It is well worth a visit to the Fairmont just to appreciate the the olde world feel of Christmas of a bygone era.
Star gazer. wrote on December 4, 2012
I tried to make a room reservation and during the process was forwarded to the concierge. I explained that we would like to take a number of tours while in San Francisco and attempted to inquire as to whether the Fairmount would recommend a particular vendor etc. I never got past the concierge. He placed me on hold three times, kept yelling into the phone that he could not hear me and when i asked to speak to someone who was not "on duty in the lobby" was rudely told that "he is the bell captain and that he needs to place me on hold again". Rather than being placed on hold for the 4th time and extending this call over the 15 minute mark (no exageration) i took my business elsewhere. If this hotel places this many roadblocks in front of a potential guest who is looking for an extended stay i can only imagine what happens when you actually get to check in......good luck.
on hold wrote on January 22, 2012
This was a fantastic trip! The hotel is beautiful and the beds heavenly! It was a quick weekend trip so my daughter could audition for a graduate school program for Opera performance. The location to the music studio was perfect. and we had a blast exploring S.F. The ONLY downside for me was NO coffee maker in the room. I had expected that complimentary coffee would be a no brainer at such a nice hotel. I felt nickel and dimed having to pay $8 for a cup of coffee in my room.
DebML wrote on January 18, 2012
Beautiful location, and great staff. Everyone was very attentive and polite. The room was very good sized (two queens) and the bathroom and closet could have been rooms by themselves! The only drawback is that the hotel is on top of a steep hill so the walk to it is quite a workout. Taking the cable car is a great option b/c it stops right in front of the hotel.
ljpm2002 wrote on January 18, 2012
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