The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco, CA

National Register of Historic Places
Billiards Table
Billiards Table

Without even leaving the hotel guests of The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco can access world class shopping and unique on-site amenities.

Unique Dining
Unique Dining

The Fairmont San Francisco offers two dining options: The Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar and the Laurel Court Restaurant and Bar.

The Laurel Court
The Laurel Court

Laurel Court serves as the pulse of the hotel, known for its use of a variety of Northern California cuisines and daily drink specials.?

Steps to the City
Steps to the City

The 61 suites of this Historic Hotel of America offer incomporable views of both the city skyline and the Bay.

Lush Accommodations
Lush Accommodations

There are nearly 600 rooms in the Fairmont Hotel San Francisco, each offering amenities such as a refreshment center, refridgerators, and plush bathrobes.

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The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco

The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco, built in 1907 and a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2001 was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. Historic Hotels of America is the...[more]


950 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone:+1 800 678 8946

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In the most centralized location in the city, atop Nob Hill at California and Mason Streets, the only spot in San Francisco at which all of the cable car lines meet. Just blocks from Union Square, the financial district, and Pacific Heights. San Francisco International Airport: 15 miles, 30 minutes.

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