Enjoy comfortable guestrooms, appealing amenities, exceptional service, and a central location near
Welcome to Hotel Nikko
Experience the fine art of hospitality and the ultimate in personal service set in the midst of a city world-famous for its charming history and cutting-edge style. Hotel Nikko, just steps from Union Square in the heart of San Francisco, is an ideal destination for business travel or a special getaway. Recommended by Travel Alternatives Group (TAG), Hotel Nikko is noted for its LGBT friendliness.
Hotel Nikko offers 532 elegantly appointed rooms including 22 suites. Guests are pampered by such amenities as Subarashee Yume pillow-top beds, high-speed Internet access, large flat panel televisions, stereos and CD & iPod players. The Imperial Club rooms on the top floors provide commanding views of the city while the exclusive Imperial Club Lounge serves a light breakfast each morning and a wine and beer reception each evening.
Guests enjoy our large indoor heated pool and whirlpool. A 10,000 square-foot health club that's open 24 hours offers the latest in cardiovascular and weight equipment as well as men's and women's steam rooms and dry saunas. Massages are available by appointment.
Our exquisite ballroom is a stunning venue for weddings, other social events and business meetings. The hotel also offers thirteen other function rooms and boardrooms, all with windows for natural light and impressive views of the city and the bay.
The elegant and intimate Restaurant ANZU serves gourmet California cuisine with Asian influences for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. ANZU's exclusive Sushi Bar boasts an incomparable menu of fresh fish,and our Kanpai Lounge displays an exciting imagination with its extensive array of specialty cocktails and signature martinis.
One of San Francisco's premier nightclub theaters is located on the lobby level of Hotel Nikko. Feinstein's at the Nikko presents a variety of headline entertainment in an intimate setting. World-class entertainers, such as Michael Feinstein, Sutton Foster, Christine Ebersole, Barbara Cook, and Steve Tyrell "pack the house" most nights.