Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Loews Regency Hotel San Francisco

Loews Regency on Sansome Street, San Francisco
We had a great experience staying at the Loews Regency in San Francisco. We were in SF for a dinner at Perbacco and we wanted to enjoy somewhere that had the best views in town. We had stayed at this location before when it was a Mandarin Oriental and those stays were always quite nice. Happily, nothing’s changed except for a few minor updates that are all for the better.

Room 4411
The Bridge to Bridge room met all our expectations - beautifully furnished, spacious, good storage options and the most amazing views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, Coit Tower, the Transamerica Pyramid, North Beach, Chinatown and the entire East Bay.

View of Golden Gate Bridge from Room
The Loews Regency occupies the top 11 floors of the 3rd tallest SF office tower in the City’s financial district. The beautifully remodeled hotel continues its well known excellence. The lobby and downstairs lounge/bar have been completely renovated and updated to an understated calm elegance, which was also reflected in the renovated room we enjoyed. The view rooms are unmatched in any hotel, in any city.

View of Bay Bridge from Room
The lobby area is modern, but warm and inviting. The hostess and managers are all very friendly, professional. The bar area is nice also, well lit, well stocked and the chairs were very comfortable. The service can't be beat, the drinks are well made, and the whole atmosphere is very, very nice.

Cost Tower and Alcatraz from Room
The hotel opened the 40th floor outside deck and set up a wine and champagne bar for hotel guests only at 5:00. We had a really good time there meeting people from all over the world. It was a wonderful experience.
Bathroom with a view

Loews Regency has done good job with the 2015 takeover from the Mandarin Oriental and is highly recommended.

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