Sponsored: Escape to Hotel Nikko this Summer
We all know that San Francisco summer weekends are always packed. Whether you're strolling the Embarcadero, peeking into shops in Chinatown, or celebrating yet another home team victory (go Giants!), there's so much to see and do in the Bay. If you're in town for a visit (or just hankering for a staycay), stay at the Hotel Nikko and take advantage of all our vibrant city has to offer this summer. The rich culture of our City by the Bay and the world-famous hospitality of Hotel Nikko await you all season long.
For an ultra-luxe experience, try Hotel Nikko’s Summer Escape Package that includes premium accommodations, a $50 food and beverage credit per day, complimentary valet parking (a $57 per day value), high speed in-room internet, and more. This phenomenal offer is valid Thursday through Sunday nights, so you won't have to take a vacation day to live it up!
For a little pampering, guests can enjoy the hotel’s large indoor heated pool and whirlpool or book an in-house massage. The hotel also boasts a 10,000 square-foot health club that's open 24 hours and offers the latest equipment, as well as men's and women's steam rooms and dry saunas. Sweat it out!
Since all that relaxation will certainly make you hungry, head to Hotel Nikko's in-house Restaurant Anzu for some seriously gourmet California cuisine with Asian influences. They're open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so you're free to stay in for the day if you're tired from all your adventures. Anzu’s exclusive sushi bar boasts an incomparable menu of fresh fish, and their Kanpai Lounge has a beverage for every palate with a list of specialty cocktails and signature martinis.
If you're in the mood for a little up-tempo entertainment, look no further than Feinstein's at the Nikko, one of SF's premier nightclub theaters located on the lobby level. Feinstein's presents a variety of headliners in a cozy, intimate setting. World-class entertainers such as Michael Feinstein, Sutton Foster, Christine Ebersole, Barbara Cook, and Steve Tyrell get the crowd going at Feinstein's.
So take a trip to SF, whether you're crossing the country or just hopping on MUNI, and make the most out of summer at Hotel Nikko.
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94102