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Hotel Nikko San Francisco guest reviews>>
Cool Japanese elegance in city center
222 Mason St
The hotel offers a health club; an ATM; wireless Internet access in the lobby (fee); a large business center with copiers, computers, printers, fax, and shipping services; a Starbucks coffeehouse; and an art gallery, perfumery, beauty salon, and gift shop.
Upon check-in, photo identification and credit card are required for incidental charges. For Internet bookings, the hotel has a mandatory policy which requires valid photo identification and valid credit card upon check-in. Both forms of ID must reflect the name on the reservation. The hotel will not honor this reservation if required identification is not available.
Extra person charges may apply depending on hotel policy.
Anzu - Open for buffet breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch, Anzu is a combination steakhouse/sushi and sashimi restaurant, with table seating as well as a sake and sushi bar. On Sundays, the restaurant hosts a "Symphony of the Senses" brunch in conjunction with a live radio broadcast by a classical music station.
This hotel offers 532 guestrooms on 25 floors. Decor includes modern designs; earthy hues; Asian undertones.
Deluxe King or Double
Nikko Floor Room - Includes Breakfast
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