Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco
San Francisco, California
In the Yerba Buena cultural district, two blocks from Union Square, The Four Seasons San Francisco is an award-winning hotel with new destination restaurant MKT, premier fitness complex & Olympic pool and elegant guest rooms.
At a Glance
Perfect for those who want to be in the hustle and bustle of the city's shopping district
Great for families with a kids' club and kids check-in desk on arrival in summer months
Newly rebranded MKT restaurant serves vibrant and elegant food with fantastic views from the 5th floor across downtown San Francisco and Market Street below
Fantastic 127,000 sq ft Equinox Gym facilities with Junior Olympic pool and full size basketball court
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco or take a look at our itineraries to California
Occupying floors 5 to 17 of a skyscraper, this exclusive award-winning hotel is ideally located on Market Street and only a stone's throw from Union Square.
The Hotel's 277 guest rooms, including 46 suites, are generously sized and exude a warm classic yet contemporary residential feel. The building features floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase stunning views of the city or Yerba Buena Gardens. From the street-level lobby, take the lift to the vast Sports Club/LA where you have free access to the junior Olympic pool, full-size indoor basketball court, and the rest of the magnificent facilities, classes and spa services.
Families are very well catered for at the hotel with a dedicated children's check in desk upon arrival, a kids club which runs in the summer months, children's in-room amenities and interconnecting rooms available. However, luxurious accommodations and surroundings ensure there is no compromise on quality.
Once you have explored the city by day, retreat for a pampering treatment in the spa, a workout in the state-of-the-art fitness center or indulge in a cocktail or treat in the new MKT restaurant.
277 guest rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. All bathrooms are oversized with large marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, glass-encased showers and a separate WC. Deluxe-view rooms offer panoramic views of San Francisco from the advantage of the 11th - 17th floors.
|Deluxe View Room||
Deluxe View Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of San Francisco from the 11th to 17th floors of the Hotel. The view is over Market Street or Yerba Buena Gardens. Opt for king or two twin beds.
|Superior Four Seasons Executive Suite||
Superior Four Seasons Executive Suites offer panoramic views of San Francisco and Yerba Buena Gardens. The spacious living room is separated from the bedroom by French doors or by one solid door. Panorama of the San Francisco skyline and Yerba Buena Gardens.
|Deluxe One Bedroom Suite||
From their vantage point in the northeastern corners of upper floors, Deluxe One-Bedroom Suites offer panoramic city views through floor-to-ceiling windows. The separate corner living room separates from the bedroom for additional privacy. Located on the 12th - 15th floor of the hotel.
|Premier One-Bedroom Suite||
For the additional wow factor, the Premier One-Bedroom Suite offers separate areas for sleep, work and entertaining, these one-bedroom suites offer desirable city-wide views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Features main marble bathroom and an additional powder room.
The Four Seasons San Francisco welcomes families and has childproofed rooms available upon request. All Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts makes no additional charge for children 18 years and under occupying the same guest room with parents or guardians. There is also a babysitting service available and a children's check-in desk on arrival in summer months.
MKT Restaurant focuses on California's bountiful produce and decor harks back to the days of printing presses on Market Street with its brass detailing and dark oak floors. Unwind over cocktails at the MKT Bar and be sure to splurge with a dinner reservation. Executive Chef Mark Richardson cooks up a clever California-inspired menu with small plates from flat breads and crab fritters to scallops and steaks from local Brandt Farms.
San Francisco, the West Coast’s unpretentious culture capital offers world-class restaurants, including 17 Michelin-starred eateries within city limits, as well as museums and shopping. San Francisco is incredibly easy to navigate by foot, bicycle, bus, trolley or taxi. It’s also a gateway to the nearby wine country of the Napa Valley.
In downtown San Francisco you can browse art galleries, visit bustling Chinatown, go to the Jazz quarter, visit the Academy of Sciences for the planetarium and aquarium, get a handle on the geography by climbing one of the city’s famed hills or take the cable car, go shopping in the fashion epi-center Union Square, board a bay cruise at Fisherman’s Wharf to take it all in from the water or book ahead to visit Alcatraz Island, take a stroll across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and lunch in charming Sausalito.
Take advantage of 127,000 square feet of sports, fitness and wellness resources overlooking Market Street at Equinox Sports Club. Featuring a Sauna, steam room, weight training and studio classes. There is also a basketball court and a junior Olympic sized swimming pool.
Location & Directions
San Francisco, California
Located on the busy Market Street in the heart of the city, the main entrance is located at 217 Stevenson Street, which is accessed from Third Street.
When to go
San Francisco is a year-round destination but has a cool maritime climate. In the summer, the city’s famous fog rolls in mornings and evenings, creating a misty chill in the air. Spring sees the end of the rainy season, and the city’s pretty-in-pink cherry blossom trees dot the landscape. In Fall Indian Summer comes to San Francisco, bringing warm, dry days with plenty of sunshine. The very best time of year is August to October when temperatures are at their highest and days are often sunny.