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The Westin St. Francis guest reviews>>
Legendary Union Square hotel with timeless appeal
335 Powell St
The hotel features a large fitness center with cardio machines and free weights, and a spa with women's and men's saunas, a locker room with bathing and skincare amenities, and treatments such as massage, facials, and manicures (fee). Event facilities include 31 meeting rooms with high-speed Internet access. Also available are a shopping arcade, a tour desk, and an old-fashioned shoeshine stand. Parking:
Frequent flyer miles and Starwood Preferred Guest points are not offered on the room portion of your total charges for these rates.
Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
The Oak Room - This former club and library is a historic oak-paneled room offering buffet or à la carte breakfast, and dinner. The dinner menu includes seasonal American favorites, a prix fixe pre-theater menu, children's items, and low-fat/low-sodium selections.
The Compass Rose - Located in the hotel's main lobby, this grand bar has been a tradition in San Francisco for a century. The Compass Rose offers lunch, afternoon tea, and a large cocktail/appetizer menu served late into the evening and accompanied by live jazz music.
Caruso's - A coffee and snack bar/lounge in the tower lobby (behind the main lobby), Caruso's serves homemade pastries, coffee drinks, wine, sandwiches, salads, and cocktails. Open daily.
Guestrooms are located in either the historic main building (956 rooms on floors 3–12, built 1904–1913), or the modern tower (581 rooms on floors 4–30, built in 1972), accessed via separate elevator banks.
Rooms in the main building vary in size, but all feature street or courtyard views, chandeliers, ornate woodwork, period-style furniture, gold-framed mirrors, elaborate drapery, and Heavenly Beds with pillow-top mattresses, 250-thread-count sheets, and down comforters and pillows.
Tower rooms all have Heavenly Beds and Baths. The Heavenly Bed consists of a custom-designed, pillowtop mattress with all-white bedding, triple sheeting, down blanket, comforter and duvet, and five goosedown/feather pillows. The Heavenly Bath consists of dual showerhead with multiple spray options, curved shower rod for extra room, velour bathrobes, oversized Brazilian combed-cotton bathsheets, and spa bath products.
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