Hotels >Stanford Court, A Renaissance Hotel San Francisco Hotels
A mingling of influences pampers discerning guests..
Located on the Powell Street cable car line, this hotel projects an image of refined luxury. The "Court" in its name refers to the courtyard automobile entrance, which flaunts a large, stained-glass dome over a fountain. The almost-hidden covered entrance is as discreet as they come, leading into an intimate marble lobby that is uncluttered yet inviting.
The 400 rooms are large and comfortable, and you may feel as if you're staying in a fine, old Virginia country house. A $6 million refurbishment in 2000 added cushy but more modern furnishings, with Asian accessories and calming color schemes in cool blue or leaf green. Bathrooms have towel warmers and a small TV. Suites are dressed with original antiques. Details matter here--complimentary coffee and newspaper arrive at your door every morning. Public spaces include a beautiful ballroom, a lovely bar and Fournou's Ovens restaurant.
Feather bed not just in the Westin. I really liked the hotel, and being located at the intersection of all 3 cable car lines, it is also convenient. Nob Hill is close to all other great neighborhoods, yet quiet. Loved the bed (featherbed, down pillows and cover, only the Heavenly shower is missing to complete the picture), the cooking in the hotel restaurant was great too.
you've lost my business. unsatisfactory for frequent business traveller. rooms are small, bed are uncomfortable.... worst of all, the staff is unprofessional and unhelpful. next time i am in san francisco, i will look elsewhere
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