Hotel Nikko San Francisco is located in the heart of the city, just north of Market Street at the corner of Mason Street & Farrell Street & Just four blocks from the Moscone Center
Whether you travel for business or pleasure, you will find the luxurious San Francisco accommodations of our 533 guest rooms and suites beautifully exceeds your expectations with Subarashee Yume luxury pillow-top beds designed exclusively for Hotel Nikko, Frette linens and down comforters.
Each room and suite at the Hotel Nikko has at least one large flat panel television, large desks, 10 Mb/sec high-speed wireless Internet access, stereo and CD players and spacious bathrooms, most with both a bathtub and stall shower.
The Hotel Nikko offers the best of both worlds. All the excitement and activities of a world-class city and all the gracious amenities of a world-class hotel are at your convenience. Enjoy the unique blend of Asian grace and modern conveniences at a premiere Union Square luxury hotel. Book now and experience Hotel Nikko San Francisco.
Our concierge will be happy to assist you with any arrangements and reservations in San Francisco.
On our second level, you’ll find one of San Francisco’s most acclaimed restaurants, ANZU. Offering EuroJapanese cuisine, ANZU’s distinctive menu is sure to impress, whether you are in the mood for a one-of-a-kind dining experience or a lavish Sunday brunch.
The ANZU bar serves all your favorite libations and is known for its signature sake martinis.
The Rrazz Room at Hotel Nikko offers a variety of headliner entertainment in an intimate, acoustically perfect, sophisticated setting on the hotel's lobby level. World-class entertainers, such as Ashford & Simpson, Keely Smith, Chita Rivera, American Idols, Bobby Caldwell and Mary Wilson of the Supremes, perform most nights. The Rrazz Room offers a chic full bar, specialty cocktails, extensive wine list, unique coffee drinks, and assorted loose teas brewed to order. Light cuisine, specially created by renowned Chef Philippe Striffeler, is also offered at San Francisco's hottest new venue.