AAA Inspector 31: For the best view, I always request an upper floor room on the water side of the hotel.
Guests are pampered at this luxury-oriented hotel located near the water where it's an easy walk to several nearby attractions. On the fourth floor, relax in the amazing outdoor infinity pool and spa. Many guest rooms have fabulous water and city views.
AAA Inspector 31: I recommend requesting a room with a view of the convention center's illuminated glass spires and the Portland skyline.
This refurbished hotel has a chic lobby that's great for relaxing or meeting friends. While the guest rooms are smaller, the upscale décor, comfy beds and brightly lit baths are welcoming. The hotel's rooftop restaurant and bar features an open-air terrace overlooking downtown and the river. This hotel's location is very convenient to the convention center, downtown and a light-rail train stop with direct access to the city center and airport.
AAA Inspector 511: Gorgeous, sexy, Carrie Bradshaw comes to San Francisco vibe guest rooms and I love the spa too. Name's perfect!
This hotel was gorgeously renovated in 2014 with decor befitting its unforgettable name. A variety of room types and styles is available; all have lots of space, ample seating and upscale furnishing. The adult-only indoor infinity pool and hot tub areas are beautifully appointed and have stunning views.
AAA Inspector 31: A few of the guest rooms at this hotel have a fabulous view of Elliott Bay and the bustling boat traffic. These are the ones I'd request.
This hotel combines two turn-of-the-20th-century buildings. Works by local artists are the focal point of the public spaces. While the majority of the guest rooms are large, a few are a bit small. Double check when registering.
AAA Inspector 31: I've got to admit, the proximity to T-Mobile Park or CenturyLink Field is a huge selling feature for me. The view from the rooftop pool can't be beat.
Right across the street from T-Mobile Park and convenient to CenturyLink Field, this property has a rooftop pool and hot tub with incredible views. Guests looking for a restful sleep might want to request a courtyard room where the soothing sounds of the fountain can be heard all night.
AAA Inspector 31: Located on an upper floor of this historic building in a light filled atrium area, I find this upscale lobby with trendy artwork to be a hidden gem.
Within walking distance of many downtown destinations, this luxury hotel occupies the upper floors of the landmark Meier & Frank Building. The public areas house a world-class contemporary art collection. Guest rooms are refined and classically chic.
AAA Inspector 557: The exterior and public areas reflect elegant classic features that transport me to an era of timeless luxury reminiscent of days gone by.
On the brow of Nob Hill, this 1909 landmark property was remarkably renovated to become a stately and elegant hotel. Guest room highlights include luxurious bedding and beautiful custom furnishings. Sophisticated guest services provide for a memorable experience.