Ritz-Carlton San Francisco celebrates its 100th Birthday

We always like to hear about luxury hotels that provide 5-star service and amenities. There’s no better occasion to get enlightened about that than the hotel’s 100th Birthday. I’m talking about Ritz-Carlton San Francisco, the city’s only Mobil Five Star, AAA-Diamond hotel, built-in 1909. That’s a long time for a hotel to age elegantly, which naturally enhances the brand’s high esteem. The nine-storied hotel near the city’s financial district, China Town, and Union Square welcome their guests to the neo-classical architecture that hosts 336 guest rooms, including 60 suites and two presidential suites. The Club Deluxe rooms range from $450-$760 depending on the season, and suite 919, which is one of the two Presidential Ritz Carlton suites, is a 2000sq ft opulent area featuring a grand piano, parquet floors, dining room, kitchenette with personal wine cellar and espresso machine and walk-in separate shower. It goes for about $5,000-$9000 depending on the season again.

Unlike some high-end hotels, the Ritz Carlton San Francisco also has a “Pooch Policy”, which basically means that your pet gets a VIP entry (Very Important Pooch) with all the incredible service that you would want your pet to have. For those who like their bit of beautification, 7000sq ft. Spa-De-Vie should take care of important business. Besides these, there is a whole host of miscellaneous services that the hotel offers, such as a 24 hour internet access, gourmet food on request, and many more.

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