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Hilton San Francisco Financial District

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • abundant parking
  • bay and city views
  • award-winning spa
  • playground across the street

    Cons

  • congested downtown area

Hilton San Francisco Financial District Review

A bridge over Kearny Street connects this hotel with Chinatown's Portmsouth Square, while the adjacent Financial District and North Beach are steps from the buzzing lobby's minimalist, feng shuied decor: a wall-size map of San Francisco orienting travelers to the local setting and oversized clocks providing the current time around the globe. The 750 restaurant serves Northern California cuisine with Asian-fusion overtones. The Flyte coffee and wine bar showcases Napa and Sonoma wines, small food plates, Starbucks coffee, and complimentary iPads for guests to surf the Web. For a splurge, sample the Tru day spa, whose decadent treatments include the signature massage with oils and crèmes made on-site and the Pair's Polish, a couple's massage and body scrub in the tropical rain-forest room. The airy guest rooms are furnished with blond-wood Signature Serenity beds, Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and large work desks with ergonomic chairs.

    Hotel Details

  • 537 rooms, 7 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 05-02-2013

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