Hotel Nikko – An Oasis Of Japanese Calm In The Heart Of San Francisco

This immaculate Japanese-inspired hotel welcomes you with gurgling fountains and a neoclassical lobby with white marble flecked with grey. The clean and crisp rooms are decorated with muted tones, sleek white-leather headboards, Subarashee Yume pillow-top beds and pale blue curtains.

Hotel Nikko San Francisco

Feinstein's at the Nikko, located on the lobby level, is the place to be for evening entertainment. You're in a cabaret setting where every seat has a perfect view of the jazz, pop and vocal entertainment. Settle down in the small acoustically-perfect theater and order up cocktails, wine, and light cuisine. Why not try an espresso martini with Russian vodka, fresh espresso and Kahlua?

What You Can Expect at Hotel Nikko San Francisco

Japanese Suite. A Japanese rock garden is a signature feature in this one-bedroom suite with two queen beds and expansive city views. The luxurious bathroom holds a large deep granite soaking tub. If you need more room, consider the Imperial Suite that features two bedrooms with a large living and separate dining room with an option to connect with a third Imperial King room. There's a large walk-in closet and bathroom with a sauna, a Jacuzzi tub, and separate shower.

Restaurant Anzu serves California-Japanese fusion cuisine in a tranquil setting on the second level of hotel. The restaurant serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Try one of the signature sake martinis at the Anzu bar. The Imperial Club Lounge serves breakfast in the morning and wine and appetizers in the evening.

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There's a 10,000-square-foot Club Nikko fitness facility with traditional Japanese soaking tubs (ofuros), his-and-her Japanese meditation rooms (kamaburso), and a glass-enclosed rooftop pool featuring a whirlpool. The indoor fifteen-meter heated pool and whirlpool are bathed in natural light from the atrium windows. The health club is open 24/7 and has steam rooms and saunas for both men and women.

If you're traveling on business, the extensive Business Center (just off the lobby) can be your temporary branch office with color copying, office supplies and everything else you need.

Hotel Nikko San Francisco

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• Free WIFI (Yay!)
• 222 Mason Street
• Neighborhood — Union Square

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