The Westin St. Francis Review
550 family reviews
Families will love:
- Kids Club program
- Two-bedroom suites
- Union Square location
About The Westin St. Francis
This Westin is situated in the bustling Union Square, near many restaurants, boutiques and theaters. A cable car stop is right outside the front entrance, making a family's San Franciscan vacation complete. The hotel's location in center city allows guests to walk to various neighborhoods, like the Financial District of Chinatown. The Westin caters to families. Westin Kids Club runs fun supervised activities throughout the day. Parents can relax at the onsite spa, and take advantage of the babysitting referral service. The staff members are known for going above and beyond to make guests, including families, feel comfortable.
Guests can stay in the older, historical section of the hotel that was built in the early 1900s, or the newer, more modern tower. All units present a contemporary decor with modern amenities, such as high-speed Internet and premium cable television. Larger families may want to stay in a two-bedroom suite for added space and privacy. The hotel has three gourmet restaurants that feature American culinary delights.
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