Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco

888 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Starting Rate: $867 Priced recently for Apr 15 - Apr 20, 2018

Property Description - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco

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.

General Property Information - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco

Check In: 3:00 PM

Check Out: 12:00 PM

Currency:American Dollars

Floors: 32

Rooms: 550

Suites: 14

Year Opened: 2008

Time Zone: GMT

In Room Amenities - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Bathrobe
  • Bathtub
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Color television
  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors
  • Cribs
  • Desk with lamp
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • Free newspaper
  • Hairdryer
  • High speed internet connection
  • Ironing board
  • Minibar
  • Non-smoking
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Premium movie channels
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe
  • Satellite television
  • Separate closet
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Turn down service
  • Two-line phone
  • Video games
  • Voice mail
  • Weight scale
  • Wireless internet connection

On Property Amenities - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco
  • Accessible facilities
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Concierge desk
  • Currency exchange
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Dry cleaning
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Indoor pool
  • Interior corridors
  • Late check-out available
  • Limousine service
  • Lounges/bars
  • Meeting rooms
  • On-Site parking
  • Parking
  • Pets allowed
  • Restaurant
  • Room service
  • Safe deposit box
  • Transportation
  • Transportation services - local area
  • Valet parking
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

    In Area Amenities - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco
  • Florist
  • Golf
  • Shops and commercial services

Room Information - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco

Connecting rooms, Rollaway bed

Connecting rooms, Sofa bed

standard room

TV

deluxe room

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2 double beds standard

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330 square feet ada wheelchair and hearing impaired

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1 king bed standard

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1 king bed

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1 queen bed standard

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1 king bed standard

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2 double beds classic view

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two queen

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2 double beds premier view

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1 king bed junior suite

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1 king 1 bedroom suite

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Restaurant Info
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

Meeting Facility Information - Intercontinental Hotels San Francisco
Grand Ballroom
Golden Gate
Marina
Mission
SoMa
Union Square
Yerba Buena
Cathedral Hill
Laurel Hill
Nob Hill
Potrero Hill
Russian Hill
Telegraph Hill
Twin Peaks
Executive Boardroom
InterContinental Ballroom
Fremont
Howard
Jackson
Montgomery
Patri
Stockton
Sutter
Grand Ballroom Foyer

Pre-function Area

Pacific Foyer

Pre-function Area

InterContinental Ballroom Foyer

Pre-function Area

Recreation

Fitness center on-site

Fitness center off-site

Indoor pool

Whirlpool

Childrens's program - Yerba Buena Gardens, Children's Creativity Museum, Fisherman's Wharf.

Area Attractions
Westfield Center

185 stores including Nordstrom s and Bloomingdales, plus more than 35 restaurants are just around the corner. Luxury is never far away. There are also some very practical offerings such as hair salons, shoe repair, and a spa. If it s a rainy day, the Cent

Post Street Shops

San Francisco's answer to New York's 5th Avenue, Post Street is the address of such prestigious retail names as Cartier, Bulgari, Gump's, Polo, Armani, and Thomas Pink. Just off Union Square, it's just a short walk from the hotel. At the intersection of P

Barneys

Open since 1923, this decadent department store beckons those with epicurean tastes in fashion and deep pockets to feast on the latest luxury brands, with haute household names like Prada and Marc Jacobs. A little bit of New York here in Union Square.

Gump s

Gump s is a unique emporium comprised of interesting galleries. These feature advanced, classic and custom jewelry, as well as Asian, American and European art objects, gifts and decorative home accessories. A perfect place to find a gift that your friend

Wilkes Bashford

For more than 30 years this fine men's shop has been charming San Francisco's elite with luxury goods, attentive service and custom tailoring. Come hob nob with the city's rich and powerful. You can even see San Francisco's mayors, past and present, roami

A.G Ferrari

A.G. Ferrari is a gourmet food emporium with artisanal cheese, pasta, and sauces, as well as an extensive collection of salumi - delicious cured Italian meats. Since they are located right down the street, why not grab a basket and have a picnic in your h

Ferry Building Marketplace

Located within the historic Ferry Building, shops large and small celebrate food in all its forms. Here you will find some of the best bread, cheese, fruit and vegetables in Northern California. You ll also find some of the best chocolate, wine, and oyste

Hayes Valley

Hayes Valley is becoming one of the fastest- growing, upscale shopping neighborhoods in the city. You'll find eclectic shops and wonderful cafes, no chains or brand name stores. This is a great area for a weekend brunch. Fritz has tasty crepes, Stacks has

Moscone Convention Center
Sonoma County Fairgrounds
Powell Street BART Station
Caltrain - 4th & King Station

Above Ground Rail

San Francisco
San Francisco International Airport
Oakland International Airport
San Jose International Airport
Presidio Golf Course

The prestigious Presidio golf course has quickly gained a reputation as one of the nation's top public courses. This 18-hole course plays 6,500 yards of challenging golf through beautiful Eucalyptus and Monterey Pine trees in The City's trademark hills.

Union Square

Union Square is 'Downtown', the hotel, theater, restaurant, and shopping center of the city. This is the heart of The City. From here you can see cable cars, steep hills, chic cafes, grand hotels, fashionable departments stores, and throngs of shoppers ta

Cable Car Museum

Everyone who comes to San Francisco wants to ride a cable car, and usually there is a long line in front of you. Try boarding a couple blocks up the road from the turnaround at the next stop, and just buy your ticket onboard. If you want to see how they w

Xanadu Gallery

It's just a 10-minute walk to Union Square's Maiden Lane, where before the 1906 earthquakes, maidens could be found offering their services. Now days you ll find maidens of a different sort looking for the latest in art and fashion. This is where you'll

China Town

We have one of the world's largest Chinatowns, and the famous Chinatown Gate is just a 15 minute walk from our hotel. You can stroll along Grant St. for gifts and jewelry, wind down Clay and Jackson Streets for restaurants, and head up to Stockton St. for

Alcatraz

This is the Departure Point for Alcatraz Ferries. Alcatraz is THE most popular tourist destination in town, and you MUST buy tickets in advance, sometimes a week or more during summer. Buy them online at alcatrazcruises.com, the only official vendor. They

Coit Tower

Get a split of champagne and come to the top of Telegraph Hill. The view from the parking lot here is spectacular, and the art deco murals on the inside of the tower are worth a look, too. Approach the hill via Filbert St., but try walking back down using

Fisherman s Wharf

Cotton candy, snow cones, and carousels are part of the Carnival atmosphere that make Pier 39 a top tourist destination. There s the Aquarium by the Bay, Ripley s Believe It or Not Museum, the Wax Museum, boat cruises of the bay, tall masted sailing ships

Painted Ladies

Alamo Square Park sits atop of a hill overlooking much of San Francisco, with a number of architecturally distinctive mansions along the perimeter. A row of Victorian houses facing the park on Steiner Street, known as the Painted Ladies, are often shown

California Academy Of Science

It's as if the new Academy brings the whole universe under one roof , and a living roof at that! There s an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum and a rain forest! The deepest coral reef exhibit in the world, a towering T-Rex skeleton, a colo

De Young Museum

San Francisco's landmark art museum showcases priceless collections of American art from the 17th through the 20th centuries, and art of the native Americas, Africa, and the Pacific. More than just paintings and photographs, you ll find chairs, evening g

Exploratorium

The Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco full of hundreds of hands-on exhibits, most of them made on-site, that mix science and art. Kids will have fun and learn something, too. Located right along the waterfront at Piers 15/17, they also have a caf

Conservatory of Flowers

The Conservatory of Flowers is a large botanical greenhouse in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, constructed in 1878. It houses an important collection of exotic plants. They even have an above ground giant lily pad pond with a clear plastic wall so you c

Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks is the highest point in The City. The view from here is spectacular, and it's a good thing, too; you won't find much else up here except weeds and the occasional coyote. But on a clear day, your view is only limited by your eyesight. If you don

Golden Gate Bridge/Fort Point

The Golden Gate Bridge was the longest suspension bridge span in the world when it was completed during the year 1937, and has become an internationally recognized symbol of San Francisco and California. If you visit on the weekend, take a tour of Fort Po

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