Ongoing Landmark History
Since its opening in 1904, the St. Francis has been a pre-eminent hotel in San Francisco. From its beautiful historic outside to its sleek and up-to-date interiors, it has kept visitors coming back time after time. With its key location, it is within walking distance to the Finance District, Nob Hill, and Market Street. Public transportation is right outside the door, making for quick and easy trips around town.
Amenities, Service, and Hospitality
The St. Francis guestrooms are beautifully decorated in Empire-style furniture and feature signature linens, toiletries, rain shower baths, widescreen TVs and mini-bars. Guests can enjoy street-level boutiques and dining, business, conference and convention services, as well as the simple convenience of shoe shine, postal services, and a long list of hospitality.
Multiple dining services include in-room service, the Oak Room with its glamours red leather seating and rich oak paneling, the cozy and clubby Clock Bar with its artisanal and classic cocktail menu, and Caruso’s for ligher fare any time of day. A wine-tasting room just off the lobby is open daily for guest and the public to sample and purchase notable wines from the Chateau Montelena winery.