An emblem of San Francisco's rich tapestry, The Fairmont, San Francisco is not just a hotel but an enduring symbol of the city's illustrious history. Established in 1907, it holds the title of being the original signing location of the UN Charter and has proudly served as the West Coast residence for multiple Presidents, thereby earning the moniker, "White House of The West". Nestled atop Nob Hill, where all the city's cable car lines meet, The Fairmont grants its guests unparalleled panoramas of the city skyline, bay area, Golden Gate Bridge, and legendary Alcatraz Island.
Accommodation at The Fairmont, San Francisco
Every room at The Fairmont, San Francisco exudes luxury and sophistication. Guests can expect beautifully designed spaces adorned with premium amenities such as marble bathrooms, sumptuous bedding, and high-speed WiFi. For those looking for an elevated experience, the hotel's suites offer even more opulence with expansive living areas, dining spaces, and breathtaking city vistas.
Dining at The Fairmont, San Francisco
The hotel's fine dining restaurant, Laurel Court, reflects the majestic architecture of the establishment, complete with stately marble pillars, resplendent domes, and intricate carvings. Such magnificence in culinary offerings and ambience led to it being honoured as the "Best in the World" by Condé Nast Traveller Reader's Choice Awards in 2011. Continuing a cherished tradition since its opening in 1907, afternoon tea at The Fairmont, San Francisco promises a delightful escape. Indulge in their renowned scones, sandwiches, and a vast array of pastries, each meticulously crafted using local ingredients.
Things to do at The Fairmont, San Francisco
Beyond its historic allure and luxurious accommodations, The Fairmont, San Francisco offers a holistic experience for its guests. Pamper yourself at the on-site spa or maintain your fitness routine at Club One, the state-of-the-art fitness centre. Step outside to experience the pulse of the city. Nestled atop Nob Hill, The Fairmont, San Francisco is a stone's throw from iconic cable car rides, bustling Union Square, and the historic waterfront. Also nearby, you can explore Chinatown's allure, Fisherman's Wharf's delights, and the expansive Golden Gate Park. Given its prime location and stellar amenities, The Fairmont, San Francisco undoubtedly stands as a beacon of luxury in the heart of San Francisco.
Know Before You Go
It is standard practice for resorts/hotels within the USA to charge a mandatory resort fee which is payable locally. This fee can be anywhere between $5 to $50 per room per night and is not included in the cost of your Kenwood Travel holiday. Expect to pay a resort fee of approximately $35 + tax, per room per night (subject to change).