Hotel Review – St. Regis San Francisco

While in San Francisco, we were guests at The St Regis.

Location – The hotel is about 14 miles from the SFO airport — depending on the traffic, the commute can be anywhere from 35 minutes to an hour. If you take the BART, it’s a 25 minute ride. The hotel is on 3rd street and is across the street from the Yerba Buena Park.  It is also right next door to the SFMOMA – a very large part of our reason to stay there.


Customer Service – The service at the hotel was top notch. Everyone was extremely gracious and informative and certainly family-friendly. The hotel went out of their way to spoil George – including giving him a welcome git of milk and cookies and a small treat bag.



Accommodations – We stayed two nights at the hotel and we enjoyed a very quiet deluxe room on an upper floor of the hotel.  Our large room had a very comfortable king bed and  plenty of room to accommodate George’s inflatable toddler bed. The bathroom (how did I forget to snap a picture or two?) was very large and had a huge bathtub and separate shower with multiple shower heads.



Amenities – The hotel offers far more amenities than we could use during our short stay. In addition to a large restaurant and large bar, the hotel offers many lounging areas and rooms. The hotel also has a fitness center, a spa and many in-hotel shops for souvenirs, food/drink, books, jewelry, art and the like.The hotel also offered complimentary tea and coffee in the morning (in the hotel lobby) – which is a very welcome amenity in our view. The hotel was beautifully decorated for the holidays and G loved staring into the lobby fireplace.


Member Recognition – As a Platinum Starwood member, we were treated like VIPs. For example, during our stay, we were treated to complimentary breakfasts for two (a value of at least $75.00) and were given a nice room upgrade.

We are very likely to return to the St. Regis San Francisco, most likely on a family vacation.

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