Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco, California – Hotel Review

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The Club Lounge

The Club Lounge

The staff I encountered in the Club Lounge was clearly the best of the best. They did everything they could to make guests feel at home, much to the guests’ appreciation.

During my stay (I was here for three days), I found myself chatting and drinking with other guests, trading stories, chatting about far-off destinations. It felt more as a gathering at someone’s home, than being in a hotel talking with other guests.


The hotel’s fitness center never closes, although walking around Nob Hill and, in general, San Francisco, is more exercise than most people would need. The gym is equipped with new, state-of-the-art, cardio machines and excellent weights and strength-training equipment, while the spa offers a full menu of massages, facials, and body treatments.



Dining at the Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco is a satisfying experience. The hotel’s restaurant, Parallel 37, is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and while I only dined here once, it was more than sufficient to become acquainted with Chef Michael Rotondo’s California cuisine.

It being my birthday and continuing a tradition in my family, that of having Salzburger Nockerl, an Austrian vanilla dessert soufflé, I consulted with the pastry chef. No, she wasn’t familiar with the dish – but she was more than willing to try and, to no one’s surprise, it turned out splendidly.

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