San Francisco Hotels: Four Seasons

When looking for luxury and grandeur in San Francisco, try staying at the Four Seasons hotel. It is one of the most expensive and luxurious hotels of San Francisco. Located in the cultural district of Yerba Buena and almost at the heart of the city, the hotel lies just two blocks away from the financial district of Union Square and Moscone Convention Center and Museum of Modern Art. The hotel itself has one of the prime collections of contemporary art in the country

The smallest of the guest rooms is an impressive 460 sq ft or 43 sq meters while the largest suite is a whopping 2300 sq feet area with excellent panoramic views of the South San Francisco bay. Depending on your budget and requirement you can choose from the Moderate room, Superior room, Deluxe room, Deluxe-View room, Premier room, Four Seasons Executive suite and the Superior Four Seasons Excutive suite. If you are looking for suites only, then you can choose from the basic one-bedroom suites to the massive Specialty One-bedroom suites.

Two-line telephone, high speed internet and television sets are part of the standard amenities. The class of television sets change with the type of room or suite. Though the rooms of lesser rates may or may not offer full view, the higher ones offer complete or panoramic view of the San Francisco skyline.

When at the Four Seasons, you will get a great place to workout or indulge in body toning at the spa at the Sports Club/LA. It has a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art gym, a 4000 sq. foot cardio-vascular center, a full basketball court, swimming pool and the spa contains nine treatment rooms. Entry to this club is complimentary to all the guests at the hotel. At the spa you will get massages, body and facial treatments as well as some of the signature treatments of the spa. Salon services are also available.

For dining you have Seasons, the restaurant with its open kitchen where you can savor the freshness of the local ingredients being turned to some mouthwatering delights on your plate. The restaurant serves breakfast lunch and dinner amidst the contemporary décor and the special lighting. The Seasons bar and lounge is an ideal place to sip on a Martini and enjoy the view of downtown San Francisco.

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