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InterContinental SAN FRANCISCO

888 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Nightly Rates: ($249.00 - $380.09)
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The InterContinental San Francisco hotel is a short walk to the Museum of Modern Art, Union Square's upscale shopping and dining and Moscone Center conventions. You can host refined events in stylish boardrooms and elegant ballrooms before unwinding with treatments in private spa rooms or a swim in the indoor pool. Delight in gourmet modern American cuisine in our chic Michelin one-starred Luce restaurant and relish crafted grappa cocktails in the sophisticated Bar 888.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  32
Number of rooms:  550
Number of suites:  14
Time zone:  GMT

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Luce: Michelin one starred Luce restaurant serves Chef Daniel Corey's modern American cuisine in an airy, sleek dining room. Savor diverse seasonal flavors in a nine course tasting menu, complemented by selections from an award winning wine list emphasising the
54 Mint: 54 Mint is the type of restaurant that makes you feel like you've discovered a gem. A casual Italian restaurant tucked away in the Mint Plaza around the corner from the hotel, chef uses local fish, meat, and produce, but everything else comes from Italy.
Oola: Chef owned and operated, Ola Fendert describes his food as "San Francsico Cuisine", but everyone else just describes it as delicious. The roasted beet and watermelon salad, ginger soy glazed baby back ribs, and loaded hamburger are standouts on an already
LuLu: LuLu offers a seasonal Provencal style menu featuring wood fired oven, rotisserie and grilled specialties. The 'family style' cuisine is served in an impressive warehouse dining space. LuLu features an award winning wine list and a wine bar offering over
Fang: Peter Fang's eponymous restaurant is an "only in San Francisco" experience. Chef Fang works the front of the house tirelessly, asking patrons what type of meat they like, what type of sauce and vegetables they prefer, and then he goes into the kitchen and
Pazzia: Great Italian food served in a trattoria setting close to the hotel. Excellent pasta, meat and fish dishes made with fresh, local ingredients; and a Roman style pizza that will make your mouth water. A bottle of wine, tiramisu and an espresso later and y
BlueStem Brasserie: Hip, vibrant ambiance and fresh local ingredients are just some of the highlights of this trendy California Bistro. Located just a few blocks from the hotel, this is a favorite of both locals and out of town guest alike. Finally a restaurant that tastes l
Lark Creek Steak: San Francisco celebrity chef Bradley Ogden and partner Ismael Macias have created an American classic steak house that offers upscale dining in a casual atmosphere. Because they are chefs and not just butchers, everything on the menu is worth a try. There
Bar 888: Sophisticated Bar 888 specializes in aromatic grappas, offering a carefully curated selection of more than 100 subtle varieties of this Italian grape-based brandy. Pull up a comfy bar stool amid sleek, intimate surroundings to savor expertly mixed special

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