Loews Regency San Francisco
San Francisco, California, United States of America
At a Glance
Incredible views over San Francisco city and the Bay
Newly refurbished contemporary rooms and gym and spa facilities
Great for families with interconnecting rooms
Superb service and concierge team
Great central location within easy reach of Market Street for the Trolley to Union Square and to the Bay
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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.
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Formerly the Mandarin Oriental, the new Loews Regency San Francisco offers some of the most breath taking views in San Francisco. With a fresh new style as well as elegance and sophistication and the best view in town, the Loews Regency is on the map.
Within easy access of the Bay and Union Square, the Loews Regency is positioned within the heart of the city in the district of Soma making it an ideal base to explore the city. With only 148 rooms and eight suites, the hotel doesn’t feel too large and service remains personal. Guest rooms are contemporary in style, decorated in soft and neutral tones. Guests can cast their eyes over some of San Francisco's most famous attractions from the comfort of this stylish hotel.
There are a number of different rooms on offer, essentially providing better views in the higher categories from large picture windows. City View Rooms offer a glistening view out over the cityscape at night, Bay Bridge or View Rooms offer stunning views out to the water, whilst the Bay to Bridge Room offers the most impressive panoramic vista.
An urban escape in the heart of the hotel, the spa and fitness center offers a range of world-class treatments and facilities. Guests can enjoy fine Californian produce and cocktails in the intimate ground floor Brasserie S&P, open from 6am for breakfast and serving lunch and dinner.
The hotel's concierge are on hand to help guests make the most of their stay in the city, San Francisco's laid-back cosmopolitan culture boasts of chic shops and art galleries, of cable cars and boat rides out into deep blue bays.
There are 158 rooms and suites, from Superior, Deluxe, Bay View, Bridge to Bridge, Bay Bridge Mandarin, Golden Gate Bridge Mandarin and Two Bedroom Perfect Pair. The rooms generally offer more space and a more spectacular view as you go up. The rooms are all newly renovated in a neutral and calming color scheme, and all rooms provide mini bar, every evening a bottle of mineral water together with the turn-down service, tea and biscuits on arrival, safe, binoculars, daily newspaper, ironing board and iron, LCD TV, radio, CD player, WLAN, telephone, seating accommodation, umbrellas and a marble bathroom with two wash basins, bath tub, separate shower, hair dryer, vanity mirror, bath robes and slippers.
Marble bathrooms feature double sinks, tubs and showers and Molten Brown bath products.
|Deluxe City View Room||
Around 37 sq m, optionally with king size bed or two single beds, large picture windows with city view from a bird’s eye perspective
|Luxury Bay Bridge Room||
Around 53 sq m, size and style similar to a junior suite, with king size bed, luxurious bath tub with view on the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay Hills and the Oakland Bay Bridge.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Loews Regency San Francisco and although there are no specific facilities available for them, there is a babysitting service which is available upon request.
The hotel offers The Bear & Monarch restaurant which offers a full service throughout the day including breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner as well as late night snacks and a signature bar menu. The menu focusses on rustic, American dishes made with local ingredients, crafted with attention to detail. The specialty cocktail menu packs a punch of its own, as well as offering local craft beers and some of California’s finest wines. The restaurant design draws inspiration from San Francisco itself, and gives subtle nods to the city’s Gold Rush and maritime history. The restaurants’ name directly relates to the bear on the California state flag which is modelled on a California grizzly bear named Monarch, who for a period of time, lived at Golden Gate Park.
The Rooftop Bar “Spirits in the Sky” is located on the 40th floor Sky Deck and is San Francisco’s highest outdoor venue. The inventive rotating cocktail menu is only rivalled by the stunning panoramic views of the City by the Bay. There’s no better place in all of San Francisco to enjoy a well-made drink and watch the sun set over the Golden Gate Bridge.
Within walking distance from the hotel there are a variety of coffee shops, and several breakfast spots on Market Street, all easily accessible with a short 'trolley' ride.
The comprehensive fitness center is located alongside the spa on our 3rd floor. All guests are provided with complimentary amenities including headphones, towels, fresh fruit and bottled water.
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. The Loews Regency is ideally located to explore the city, walk to the junction of Sansome Street and take the old fashioned trolley along Market Street towards Union Square, or down towards Embarcadero from where you can take the F line from the Ferry Building up to Fisherman's Wharf. 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, 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.
Charlotte Austin (Staff)
This would be a perfect location to stay if you just had a few nights in San Francisco. You are close enough to the tram connections to get around to all of the touristy spots, or alternatively the concierge can book you taxis to get around. Located in the financial district you can really easily reach the shopping of the city, whether it is the Designer shops around Union Square or the more commercial shops in the Westfield center. I would recommend getting around on the old trolleys and trams as it is much more fun for the family or even as a couple. I would definitely recommend pre-booking some excursions, especially Alcatraz and any sport matches.
Catch a Baseball Game
Sports fan or not, you can't help but enjoy the ballpark; it's an experience so quintessentially American. Chow down on dogs and beer, hear the barrel organ fire up the crowd and cry "Outta Sight" as a 'homer' is hit.
Cycle over the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito
Hire a bike and cycle over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge from Fisherman's Wharf to charming Sausalito, perched on the hillside between the Bay and the Marin Headlands, or for the really energetic keep pedalling to Tiburon for lunch at Sam's!
Explore Alcatraz Island
Yes it’s touristy, but it’s hard not to be excited as you ride across the choppy waters of San Francisco Bay to Alcatraz Island. Along with a historical prison tour, Alcatraz offers a working lighthouse, tide pools, a fort, gardens and epic city views.
Feel small among the Redwoods
Getting into the redwood forest has been likened to visiting a great cathedral. The redwood forests of cool northern California are a reminder that we are just passing through. Easiest to access are Muir Woods near San Francisco.
North Beach Food Tour
Join this 3-hour tour that explores the Italian restaurant scene and Barbary coast. Visit hidden tunnels where booze was brought during prohibition and the coast's oldest pizza oven. Small group tour with 4 stops.
Pier 39 - Sealions and Submarines
Ever since fisherman first hauled out of Pier 39, sea lions have bellyflopped on the docks. More marine life can be seen at the Aquarium of the Bay, while street performers, fairground rides and an array of boat trips on the Bay thrill visitors.
Professional photography experience
Create lasting memories of your vacation with an exclusive private photography experience. With the help of a professional photographer, capture the perfect moment while you enjoy your romantic break, family vacation or honeymoon.
San Francisco Private Food Tour
This private tour is an unique, behind the scenes tour of San Francisco's most fabulous and authentic dining experiences where with an expert's guidance you will discover local cuisine and explore San Francisco along the way.
Location & directions
San Francisco, California, United States of America
Centrally located on Sansome Street, in the Financial District of San Francisco. Within walking distance to the Bay, Fisherman’s Wharf, Chinatown and the Ferry Building