Fairmont Hotel Crown Room / San Francisco

950 Mason St at California St San Francisco 94108

Engaging Service We know that even the best locations and offerings would be meaningless without outstanding guest service. Our skilled and motivated staff is equipped with the tools and the mindset to naturally deliver on this promise. Within a Fairmont experience, every guest is offered a warm welcome and is made to feel special, valued and appreciated. Unrivalled Presence We transport our guests to extraordinary places steeped in unique architecture, expressive décor and magnificent artistry. Fairmont locations don't just exude history; many are nothing less than regional landmarks. Fairmont's physical presence and character will continue to inspire and excite our guests. Authentically Local Fairmont's guests should experience an authentic reflection of each destination's energy, culture and history. One that extends from the solitude of a snow-wrapped peak or white sand beach, to up-tempo urban sounds of the world's most dynamic cities.

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romeo kim en
In A Nutshell: -The Fairmont in San Francisco is the "original" . -Along w/ the hush-hush Pacific-Union Club across the street, the Fairmont survived the infamous 1906 San Francisco earthquake. -You can see many old photos of the disaster in the lower levels of the hotel. -As you would imagine this iconic & old hotel has been updated some, but still keeps it's original feel. -Therefore, don't expect a modern-style hotel. -The room I stayed in was smallish, but had a very comfortable bed & clean bathroom. Overall, the service was great & the location was perfect since you in "money" Nob Hill, which is close to Grace Cathedral, Union Square, City Hall & popular, hip Polk Street. GooglePlace - December 2017
Kamron Stevenson en
Our stay in early November was nice. The room was as expected, clean and comfortable. The location is central, however we didn't find many things to do within walking distance. The purpose of our stay was leisure. When returning to San Francisco I would consider other options. If staying for business the accommodations would be suitable. Though I don't have any major issues with our stay, we also didn't feel any wow factor at the prestigious Fairmont. For the price of the stay, the alternatives would have suited our trip for less. GooglePlace - December 2017
Deborah Brown en
This is the epitome of elegant accommodation. We visited the hotel's dining rooms and walked through the facility. Conference rooms abound and rooms are divine. The lobby is gorgeous and huge. A perfect place to hang out after dinner and watch the beautiful people come and go. We enjoyed the decor as much as dinner in the dining room. GooglePlace - December 2017
Michael Travis en
The Fairmont is a fancy, upscale hotel with an old-timey ornate flair. If you are visiting from out of town and want to see a classic big-city hotel lobby with a huge ceiling and a beautiful sitting area, then this is worth a stop. During the holidays, they have a giant Christmas tree in the center of the lobby, and a huge gingerbread house that is two stories high. There is a restaurant on the same floor, and during the weekend evenings, they serve champagne from a small mobile bar in the lobby area. There is also an outdoor patio that has Christmas lights and a few of some of the side streets that can be enjoyable to sit and rest or talk. The rooms can be pretty pricey here, but if you can afford it then this is definitely a superior place to stay. GooglePlace - November 2017
Don Kent en
Spending a week at the Fairmont over the Thanksgiving holiday is a treat we look forward to each year. Everything is first class and especially the friendly service. A special shout out to Scott who remembers us and greets us by name. Great rooms, tasty food, and an eloquence from a bygone era. The Fairmont deserves it's five star rating! GooglePlace - November 2017