Huntington Hotel

Luxury and Class

Park Adjacent to Huntington Hotel

1075 California at Taylor

near Union Square / Financial District

The elegant Huntington Hotel is named after one of the four builders of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The hotel overlooks many sites and includes a collection of railroad memorabilia. You can take the cable car from the hotel to Fisherman's Wharf or the Financial District. The rooms are decorated by notable designers and were once used as apartments. Many rooms include incredible antiques and artwork. You will receive high speed DSL internet lines, data ports, faxes, and two line phones. There is complimentary limo service to the Financial District and Union Square.

Since 1924, the Huntington Hotel & Nob Hill Spa has been ranked consistently as not only the most distinguished choice of San Francisco luxury hotels, but as one of the finest places to stay in the world. Withstanding more than seventy-five years in the heart of the community, this family-owned and operated San Francisco hotel property is regarded as one of the last bastions of the city's deep historic roots.

Recent honors bestowed upon this downtown San Francisco California hotel include: • Travel & Leisure's 2003 Award, as one of the world's 500 greatest hotels • Condé Nast Traveler's 2003 Gold List, as one of the best places to stay worldwide.

With its breathtaking perspective of the Bay Area, the Huntington is one of few remaining places in which the fast pace of city life gives way to understated elegance and discretion. Seated on one of the city's highest hills, this luxury property provides superlative views of the skyline or Huntington Park. From its unique position atop the prestigious Nob Hill, this elegant San Francisco hotel offers leisure and business travelers the perfect location.

Sample Huntington Hotel Room

Charles writes, "It is very quiet, understated and well-located at the top of Nob Hill right across from Grace Cathedral. There is a darling doorman who has been there for 37 years. The staff is efficient and gracious and they always try to please the customers.

The rooms and apartments are all beautifully decorated with lots of charm and accessories, and there is a restaurant with a piano bar called the Big Four in the lobby. The food for room service comes from here and it is very good as well. I have stayed there about 6 times. Nice selection of in-room movies.

In-room safe and large windows in all the rooms which actually open. Front rooms overlook that small park right in front of Grace Cathedral. Apartments consist of living room with dining L, small kitchen with full-size refrigerator containing mini-bar type selections. One bathroom, bedroom with lots of closet space, 2 televisions, and lots of telephones with internet hook-up and a fax machine in the living room. Each apartment is decorated differently. Certain apartments also have fireplaces in them. Charming, charming, charming...

Evidently some people actually live there all the time. I was sick at the end of the trip this time and late check-out was not a problem. They are very, very nice there. Service is quite personal and they try to use your name and sometimes even remember you from before. As I said, they always try to please their guests and I have always been a very happy customer here. It's kind of like going "home" each time I am in San Francisco."

While hotel prices fluctuate rapidly -- prices recently quoted ranged from $199-$755 with a median price quote of $335.

Jim writes, " A wonderful hotel, my home away from home when traveling. Excellent staff, great spa, outstanding food in the Big Four restaurant....rivals anything in San Francisco, and classic bar for a martini or wine. Two great restaurants down Taylor Street within walking distance.....Vinticello and Nob Hill Cafe. The complete package. "