The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco stands 9 stories tall in the Nob Hill neighborhood of downtown. Located adjacent to the California Street cable car line, the hotel is 2 blocks from Chinatown, 4 blocks from Huntington Park and 5 blocks from Grace Cathedral. Union Square, the Financial District, Yerba Buena Gardens, Moscone Convention Center and the Museum of Modern Art are all a half-mile from the property, while the Embarcadero, SBC Stadium and North Beach are one mile away.
A personal greeter welcomes guests arriving at The Ritz-Carlton. The hotel showcases a lustrous polished-marble lobby festooned with 18th- and 19th-century artwork and fresh floral arrangements. The Dining Room offers modern French cuisine with Japanese influences while The Terrace serves Mediterranean dishes with California flair on the hotel rooftop. The Ritz-Carlton Bar offers an extensive collection of single-malt Scotch amidst dark woods and aromatic leather. The hotel provides an indoor pool and spa tub, as well as a fitness center with steam rooms, and an on-premise spa center. The hotel features a 24-hour business center, meeting rooms and high-speed Internet access. Pets are welcome (with limitations).
Renovated in 2006, the 336 guestrooms of The Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco showcase featherbeds and 400-thread count Egyptian-cotton Frette linen sheets and down comforters. Wireless Internet access, 32-inch flat-screen televisions with cable channels, and combination DVD/CD players are standard amenities. Minibars and gourmet coffeemakers are included. Marble bathrooms feature Kohler Performance "rain" showerheads, bathrobes, twin sinks and Bulgari White Tea bath amenities. A DVD library is provided by the hotel.