Located among designer shops, multimillion dollar condos and a massive sports complex, the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel is all about understated elegance. Guest rooms are decorated with contemporary artwork, fine linens and deep soaking tubs that overlook the city skyline. Ask for a corner room on an upper floor to get the best views.
All the rooms are spacious, with soundproof windows and well-insulated walls. The Executive Suites are spacious enough for a family of four and include a separate bedroom with a set of doors from the living room for extra privacy. They also are situated on the highest floors for the best views. But, whether you choose a room or a suite, you'll be greeted with floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Yerba Buena Gardens or historic downtown San Francisco.
Elegance, city views, the neighbouring urban gardens, and an impressive art collection right in the hotel. Set on Market Street across from Yerba Buena Gardens, just 5 minutes from Union Square, the Four Seasons is within easy reach of most of the top attractions in the City by the Bay.
Even before you head out to visit the nearby art galleries or San Francisco MOMA (Museum of Modern Art, 6 minutes away on foot), you'll want to make sure to check out the guide to the hotel's own art collection. On the walls of the Four Seasons, all around hotel, you'll be able to view a contemporary art collection — a mix from San Francisco's always vibrant art scene and from international classics like Matisse and Klee.
When you stay at the Four Seasons you'll have unlimited access to the neighboring fitness center, Equinox Sports Club. This fully-equipped gym and fitness facility includes an Olympic junior-size swimming pool, an indoor basketball court and, for the gentler folk, a complete spa.
Although the hotel doesn't have its own pool, guests (and kids!) have access to a nearby splash-pool as well as the pool at neighbouring sports club pool. It's a great location for business, though, and for visiting all the downtown attractions.
You're in luck for dining at the hotel. The new market-to-table restaurant and bar, MKT (like "market", get it?") seats you in an urban-chic atmosphere on the fifth floor of the hotel with panoramic views of downtown and Market Street. Oddly, for a major hotel in a major city, the dining room is closed Sunday and Monday night, although a full dinner can be had in the bar/lounge area.
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