Across from Yerba Buena and the MOMA, the city's most luxurious property, favored by celebrities such as Lady Gaga and Al Gore, is at once luxurious and modern, pampering guests in rooms and suites with subdued cream colors, leather-textured walls, and window seats offering city views. The lobby's fog-inspired furnishings masterminded by interior designer Theresa Fatino can be seen through a double sided fireplace guarding the entrance, as well as the the award-winning Ame restaurant, bar, and the Museum of the African Diaspora. Rooms have 42-inch plasma-screen TVs; bedside guest digital assistants that handle everything from raising the motorized window shades to controlling the entertainment systems to providing weather and other electronic information; and Bose sound systems. Baths, with limestone tiling, have deep soaking tubs, TVs, and separate showers with rain showerheads. All suites and some rooms have 24-hour butler service. The two-level spa has nine treatment rooms, and the area around the 50-foot lap pool, filled with natural light and bubbling water sounds, is a stunning essay in bright white.