The last word in luxury atop Nob Hill
- The 336-room Ritz is housed in a landmark building on Nob Hill, next door to cable-car stops, and just a half-mile from Union Square.
- The hotel features exceptionally large rooms, appointed with replica antiques, sumptuous featherbeds, and high-speed Internet access.
- A museum-worthy art collection, a sunken-rooftop terrace restaurant, and a regal high tea are just a few of the highlights.
600 Stockton St
San Francisco, CA 94108
Guests can swim in the hotel's deluxe pool, unwind at the spa, savor the views from the Terrace restaurant, enjoy a harp serenade during high tea, take a private yoga lesson, or tour the hotel's museum-quality art collection.
$36+ per night. In/out privileges. Underground/covered/secured parking.
Note: Fee may not include tax and is subject to change without prior notification.
|Swimming pool - indoor
||Spa or sauna
||Spa services on site
||Gift shops or newsstand
|Room service (24 hours)
|Complimentary newspapers in lobby
||24-hour front desk
|Dry cleaning service
||Safe-deposit box - front desk
|Limo or Town Car service available
||Coffee shop or café
|Breakfast available (surcharge)
||Maid service daily
||Suitable for children
|Air-conditioned public areas
|Shopping on site
||Restaurant(s) in hotel
||Babysitting or child care
|Cell phone rental
|Airport transportation (surcharge)
||Number of rooms: 336
There is a fee for valet parking with in/out privileges.
There are no room charges for children 17 and younger occupying the same room as their parents.
Rollaways and cribs may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
Upon check-in, photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required for incidental charges. For cash-paying customers, a photo ID and a daily cash payment is required for incidentals.
All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in.
- Check-in time is 3 PM
- Check-out time is Noon
- Pets not allowed
The Dining Room - This extremely elegant restaurant presents classic, no-truffles-barred French cuisine crafted with a deft hand. The Dining Room offers a three-, four-, or five-course prix fixe dinner menu (the cheese course is excellent). After dinner, guests settle into the bar for a nightcap—the Ritz has one of country's largest collections of single-malt scotches.
The Terrace Restaurant - Breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner are served on a delightful rooftop terrace that features an garden courtyard for alfresco dining. Sunday jazz brunch here is a San Francisco tradition—an all-day event that begins with caviar and a bottomless champagne glass, and ends with the last chocolate truffle on the dessert table.
This hotel offers 336 guestrooms and suites, including a separate club level floor that features exceptional service and privacy. Because it was not originally built as a hotel, the room shapes vary from floor to floor. No room is smaller than 400 square feet, and some are as large as 900 square feet. Rooms are decorated with antique-style mahogony furniture, rich tones, heavy draperies, and gold-framed paintings.
|Internet access - high speed
|Separate sitting area
||Internet access - dial-up
||Extra towels, linens, bedding
||Bottled water in room (complimentary)
||Hypo-allergenic bedding available
The Ritz-Carlton Club
One king bed or two double beds (feather beds) with 300-count Egyptian cotton Frette linens/down comforters. May have a view of the San Francisco Bay and city skyline. Top-floor guestroom offering access to the club lounge and club concierge; five complimentary food and beverage presentations daily. 300 to 410 square feet. Italian marble bathroom with double sinks; telephone; separate water closet. CD player. High-speed Internet access. Two-line speakerphone. Umbrellas.
One king bed or two double beds (feather beds) with 300-count Egyptian cotton Frette linens/down comforters. 410 square feet. Italian marble bathroom with double sinks; telephone; separate water closet. CD player. High-speed Internet access. Two-line speakerphone. Umbrellas.