Intercontinental San Francisco
888 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94103
San Francisco: Moscone Center and SOMA
550 rooms, 33 floors
Directly adjacent to the Moscone West Convention Center, the InterContinental San Francisco occupies a strategic location for both business and leisure in America's most dynamic and beloved city. While its convenience for business is unrivaled, this luxury hotel is also within easy walking distance of premium shopping areas, a diverse collection of trendy and upscale restaurants and bars, and a number of major tourist attractions.
The InterContinental San Francisco features a 10-room spa offering a comprehensive array of exquisite treatments and signature experiences, staffed by a team of therapists skilled at graciously pampering guests. For a more vigorous workout, guests can enjoy the indoor lap pool or fitness center right next door. A destination restaurant on the lobby level will be equally appropriate for cutting a business deal or enjoying a romantic evening.
The InterContinental San Francisco offers 550 guest rooms, including 14 suites and a spectacular duplex Presidential Suite with unrivaled city skyline and bay views. The hotel is the largest built in San Francisco since 1987; yet it features an intimate footprint with only 22 guest rooms per floor. Rooms are luxurious and elegantly appointed with rich wood and marble, striking contemporary art, posh furniture, and the latest high-tech amenities. All of this is enhanced by floor-to-ceiling windows through which spectacular city and bay views add to a wondrous experience. Parking is available at $56.35 per night.
This Michelin rated hotel restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in a sleek, urban setting just off of the main lobby is the stage for artisanal California cuisine with world influences. Created with high end, sustainable and seasonal ingredients, every dish reflects an inventive flair for marrying diverse flavors with natural, organic ingredients into a gastronomic delight. A carefully cultivated wine list complements the sublime New American cuisine.
54 Mint is the type of restaurant that makes you feel like you've discovered a gem. A casual Italian restaurant tucked away in the Mint Plaza around the corner from the hotel, chef uses local fish, meat, and produce, but everything ealse comes from Italy. The olive oil, salt, vinegar, and durham wheat that the pasta is made from all originate from Italy. Not only is the cuisine italian, it tastes like Italy. Take advantage of their patio seating on a rare warm San Francisco afternoon.
Chef owned and operated, Ola Fendert describes his food as San Francsico Cuisine , but everyone else just describes it as delicious. The roasted beet and watermelon salad, ginger soy glazed baby back ribs, and loaded hamburger are standouts on an already loaded menu. Add well crafted cocktails to the mix and late night operating hours and you have a neighborhood gem that satisfies everyone.
LuLu's offers a seasonal Provencal style menu featuring wood fired oven, rotisserie and grilled specialties. The 'family style' cuisine is served in an impressive warehouse dining space. LuLu features an award winning wine list and a wine bar offering over 70 wines by the glass. Located just one block from the Moscone Convention Center, this is an excellent choice for group dining, and relaxed dinners with friends.
Peter Fang's eponymous restaurant is an only in San Francisco experience. Chef Fang works the front of the house tirelessly, asking patrons what type of