The St. Regis San Francisco

125 Third Street, San Francisco, CA, 94103 United States


Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits
  • Best available non-restricted rates
  • Room upgrade, when available at check-in
  • Daily 50 USD breakfast credit per room
  • Welcome bottle of wine and cheese plate per room
  • Late checkout, when available

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Next to the city’s Museum of Modern Art and Yerba Buena Gardens, this striking 260-room (46 suites) hotel combines a 40-story tower with the historic Williams Building. Accommodations offer leather walls, marble and Mozambique-wood doors, window seats, original contemporary artwork and ample work space. Premium rooms and suites have views of the San Francisco cityscape. Baths contain oversize soaking tubs and separate showers with rainfall showerheads. New American cuisine at Ame is complemented by casual lunchtime dining at Vitrine. Amenities include a 50-foot indoor infinity lap pool, fitness center and Remède Spa with whirlpools, steam rooms and saunas.


Deluxe Room, from $565; Executive Premier Room, from $680.

Standard Inclusions:

Rates include daily newspaper, shoe shine and fitness center access. When booking a suite, rates also include butler service.

These published rates, in US dollars, serve only as a guideline for travel planning and may vary based on season, currency exchange rates and other factors. The latest rates, including preferred Andrew Harper rates, are available to our subscribers booking online, directly with the hotels or through the Andrew Harper Travel Office. When booking direct, always provide your Andrew Harper subscriber number. Subscriber benefits are available only in conjunction with Andrew Harper rates.

From our Readers

Andrew Harper Member February 25, 2013 | 7:10:27
I offer a dissenting view on this hotel. The lobby feels like a cold office building; no charm, somewhat frenzied with a lot of noise, few comfortable sitting areas, not a single calm area to sit with friends or clients and have a peaceful conversation. We spent literally no time there, it was so uninviting. We had a deluxe room, a corner room (we rejected the first two they showed us because, for example, the desk was at the wall, and I had business there so didn't relish sitting with the wall 3' in front of me all day); the room was sterile, the decor very "minimalist" in the sense of little detail, dull materials, uncomfortable chairs that look nice to the decorator but are unpleasant for the room client. The bathroom missed certain important little details -- example, the bath had no grip handles for getting in or out, and because the shelf surface around it was marble, it was too slippery to use for leverage when getting out. San Francisco, oddly, as such a sensual city, has no great hotel,s but the Four Seasons is a much better place. These are inevitably matters of taste of course (see the two favorable reviews above), but I found this to be a cold, antiseptic, very unpleasant envrionment.
Travel Office January 28, 2010 | 15:06:11

Harper Member Critique - St. Regis San Francisco
"The St. Regis is the best property, overall, that we have experienced in San Francisco. The list includes Four Seasons, W, Ritz-Carlton, Campton Place, Stanford Court, and Mark Hopkins. We really appreciated the work of the concierge desk on our behalf and we tried to show our appreciation appropriately." - LD

Leica1 February 21, 2011 | 11:20:36

Our family stayed at the St. Regis recently to celebrate my mother's 70th birthday recently, and we had an incredible stay.  We did get off to a rocky start with the flowers I had pre-ordered going to the wrong room (despite my calling repeatedly to confirm arrangements).  But the special wine we had shipped ahead (using Porthos, Andrew Harper's wine concierge) was chilled and stored perfectly.  The concierge sent a beautiful cake to my parent's room on check in (on them), and had fruit, sparkling water and wine waiting in each room which more than made up for the oversite.  The bed was incredible, the bathroom spacious, and the fitness center was very well appointed.  As members, all of us received breakfast credits and enjoyed an incredible gourmet spread with impecable service.  The St. Regis is simply incredible, and absolutely where you want to stay while in San Francisco!

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Subscriber Benefits

Subscriber Benefits
  • Best available non-restricted rates
  • Room upgrade, when available at check-in
  • Daily 50 USD breakfast credit per room
  • Welcome bottle of wine and cheese plate per room
  • Late checkout, when available


24-hour Room Service
Babysitting Services
Boat Rental
Business Center
Children Welcome
DVD Player
Fitness Center
Hair Dryer
Handicapped Accessible Bathrooms
Handicapped Accessible Public Areas
Housekeeping Daily
In-Room Movies
Indoor Swimming Pool, Heated
Magnified Mirror
Minibar with Refrigerator
Parking, Valet
Pets Welcome
Readers' Choice 2008
Roll-away/Crib Available
Sightseeing Tours
Spa Treatment
Steam Room
Wireless Internet


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