The Westin St. Francis


The Westin St. Francis is Union Square hotel in San Francisco, California. This destination is known for its attentive hospitality and historic Magneta Grandfather Clock. As a legendary hotel visitors are drawn to it because of its marble columns, amazing woodwork, and ornate balconies. They balance all of the old world charm with modern amenities.

Guests can enjoy Heavenly Bed products, Starwood Preferred guest services, and much more. The hotel is in the theater district, which means numerous shows, shopping, and restaurants can be enjoyed. The hotel is 12 miles from the San Francisco International Airport.

The reason the hotel is a landmark is its 1904 construction. Westin owners Charles Crocker studied Berlin, Monaco, and Vienna hotels to create a place that would not be forgotten. The hotel was a shelter for the 1906 earthquake.

There are more than 629 rooms at the hotel over at least 15 stories. The modern tower has six specialty suites, 29 executive suites, and 566 rooms. High speed internet, LCD TVs, telephones, hair dryers, iron, ironing boards, and writing desks are in all the rooms. There are four restaurants: Michael Mina, The Oak Room, Caruso's, and Clock Bar.

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