A skylit indoor pool, on-site dining and a location next to public transportation in downtown San Francisco wow our guests at the non-smoking Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco. The eight-floor Palace Hotel is housed in a landmark 1909 Beaux Arts building. The 553 non-smoking rooms feature traditional mahogany furnishings, flat-panel TVs, Wi-Fi (for a fee) and plush beds. Few places are more inviting for a swim than the skylit indoor pool. The legendary Garden Court restaurant features a famous Sunday brunch underneath an 80,000-panel stained-glass dome. The hotel also has valet parking (for a fee), a fitness room, a Japanese restaurant and a bar. One dog per room is allowed for a fee. The Palace Hotel is downtown, next to the Montgomery Street BART station, across from the Market Street trolley and four blocks northeast of Powell Street cable cars. Union Square is three blocks away. Japantown is less than two miles west, and Fisherman's Wharf is less than two miles north. Walk to the Ferry Building, less than a mile away. The hotel is 14 miles north of San Francisco International Airport and 20 miles northwest of Oakland International Airport. A stay at the Palace Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, San Francisco is "like traveling back in time to a more romantic era," thanks to lavish rooms, a skylit pool and a "magnificent" restaurant in the atrium.
This landmark grand hotel presents an elegant, sophisticated ambiance and offers amenity-filled accommodations for all level of travelers; plus it is located only short distances from the financial district, Chinatown, the Moscone Convention Center, and Union Square. One dog up to 40 pounds is allowed for an additional $100 one time fee; there is a pet waiver to sign at check in.
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