Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco has been well recognised since it was opening in 2011. The beginning of the hotel was a nightmare because of the 9/11 and Americans’ reluctance to travel. Their occupancy was low for a long period of time, but these days is long gone, and the occupancy was high on the night I stayed there. Because of that, I considered myself quite lucky to get upgraded to a brilliant suite. The Four Seasons Executive Suite. The suite had a lovely design combined with two things you can always count on with Four Seasons. The same extremely comfortable bed and L’Occitane products in the bathroom. The hotel has 277 rooms which are a lot for my taste, but I was still very impressed with the hotel. I talked with a lot of staff during my stay, and it seems like Four Seasons San Francisco only have found people with the right attitude for this hotel. The service was top professional, and the staff was lovely.
The only thing I didn’t like about the experience was the spa area. It is shared with a local club which means there is a lot of people there all the time. It’s not something I like when I’m used to Four Seasons spas with a lot of privacy because of few guests. The other facilities were great and this must be an absolutely perfect business hotel, which leisure travellers like myself still will enjoy to the full. The food was very good as well. On weekdays they have very cheap promotions in the restaurant and you can have a dinner experience for only $20 dollars. It’s well worth it and something other hotels could learn from.
Overall a fantastic experience. It was a hard decision regarding the rating. 9.5 or 10. I ended up giving it 10 for it’s fantastic service and because of the great suite I stayed in.
My opinion: Great+ experience.