The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

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  • 5 Nights
  • 2 Adults
  • Room Only
  • Traditional Queen Room
  • Business Class Flights Included
  • Travel between 01 Sep - 08 Dec 2019
from £2149/pp

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  • Travel between 09 Dec - 30 Jan 2020
from £2459/pp

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  • Travel between 01 Feb - 30 Mar 2020
from £2239/pp
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The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

Towering over the swirling activity of Union Square, the Westin St Francis has stood as a landmark among the city's hotels for more than 100 years. Enveloped in a rich and colourful history, the hotel first opened its doors in 1904, only to have its interior completely destroyed in the earthquake of 1906. It reopened in 1907, and ever since has been at the centre of the city's social and cultural life, hosting royalty, presidents and countless movie stars. 

The original turn-of-the century building, the Landmark Building, was joined in 1971 by the 32-storey Tower Building, most famous for its stunning external glass lifts, that whisk you sky-high at high speed to enjoy spectacular views from the top. The Landmark Building has a resplendent lobby of black marble and intricately carved redwood panelling, with huge marble columns and ornately detailed ceiling moulding -- its most iconic feature being the historic Magneta Grandfather Clock, which has been a meeting place and rendezvous for the city for generations. The attention to detail of the reception staff is demonstrated by the unique 60-year-old  "money laundering" service, whereby all cash passing through the hotel registers is hand cleaned, by a staff member employed for that purpose -- originally to overcome the problem of ladies' white gloves being soiled by dirty coins. 

Off the lobby is the renowned Michael Mina Bourbon Steak Restaurant, serving some of Mina's signature dishes, including lobster pot pie and black truffle popcorn. Also off the lobby is the recently renovated Clock Bar, named after the famous clock, offering small plates and handcrafted cocktails, as well as Caruso's coffee shop and lounge, where you can enjoy a speciality coffee, a homemade pastry or a glass of wine. Caruso's hosts the unique St Francis Wine Experience, every afternoon from Tuesday to Saturday, pairing different wine varietals with appropriate hors d'oeuvres.

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Accommodation available at The Westin St. Francis San Francisco on Union Square

There are 1,195 rooms and suites located in either the Landmark Building or the Tower Building. Landmark Building rooms reflect the charm and character of the historic building, with curved high ceilings, crystal chandeliers and dark wood furniture, while rooms in the Tower Building are more modern and spacious, with large bay windows. All have the hotel's signature Heavenly Bed, bathrooms with Heavenly Bath and rainfall shower, air conditioning, minibar and snack basket, flat panel TV, wired Internet connection, in-room safe, bathrobes.

Classic Room (Landmark Building)

Classic Room (Landmark Building)

Measuring 14 square metres, queen-size bed, interior-facing window.

Traditional Landmark Room

Traditional Landmark Room

Measuring 19-33 square metres, one king-size bed or two double beds, interior or street-facing window.

Grand Deluxe Landmark Room

Grand Deluxe Landmark Room

Measuring 31 square metres, spacious room with king-size bed, magnificent view of Union Square.

Classic One-bedroom Suite (Landmark Building)

Classic One-bedroom Suite (Landmark Building)

Measuring 37-46 square metres, private bedroom with king-size bed and flat-panel TV, separate living room with extra seating and additional flat panel TV, some suites offer a second bedroom and a small parlour overlooking Geary Street.

Deluxe Room (Tower Building)

Deluxe Room (Tower Building)

Measuring 37 square metres, on floors 22-30, large bay windows with seating, desk with chair and power plug lamp, spacious closet, bathroom with large vanity and mirror.

Grand Deluxe Room (Tower Building)

Grand Deluxe Room (Tower Building)

Measuring 37 square metres, on floors 22-30, large bay windows with seating, desk with chair and power plug lamp, spacious closet, bathroom with large vanity and mirror.

Pacific Suite (Tower Building)

Pacific Suite (Tower Building)

Measuring 56 square metres, on 31st floor, north-facing bay window with spectacular views of Nob Hill and Golden Gate Bridge, studio floor plan, king-size bed with 42-inch TV, living room with work desk, dining table, full-size sofa and chair, additional 42-inch TV, one full bathroom, second bathroom with shower.

Bridgeview Suite (Tower Building)

Bridgeview Suite (Tower Building)

Measuring 72 square metres, on 31st floor, corner suite with north and east facing windows, bedroom with king-size bed, master bathroom with large dual vanity and oversized glass rainfall shower, living area separated from bedroom by sliding frosted glass doors, with full-size sofa and four chairs facing corner TV between the two windows, dining table for 4, window couch, large work desk, additional half bathroom.

Windsor Suite (Tower Building)

Windsor Suite (Tower Building)

Named for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh after they stayed in this suite in 1983, measuring 177 square metres, on 31st floor, master bedroom with king-size bed and 42-inch flat panel TV, master bathroom with separate tub, glass rainfall shower and large marble dual vanity, separate open living area with executive desk, additional 42-inch TV and sound system, abundant seating areas, butler's pantry, bar, additional half bathroom.