(PRWEB) May 31, 2012
The Fairmont Heritage Place is the most expensive hotel in San Francisco according to a recent survey from SanFranciscoHotels.net. The survey results are based on the average rates for a standard double room for the summer period spanning June through August 2012.
To stay at the Fairmont Heritage Place, a 5-star hotel located just steps from Ghirardelli Square and close to Fisherman's Wharf, this summer travelers will have to spend, on average, $635 per night. And that’s for the most affordable double room. Averagely speaking, this is $90 more than they will pay at the second most expensive hotel. Taking this number two spot is the Four Seasons San Francisco, which is located two blocks from Union Square on Market Street.
Rounding out the Top 5 are San Francisco’s other three 5-star hotels: the Mandarin Oriental, the St. Regis and the Ritz-Carlton. They snagged the 3 through 5 positions with average standard double room rates of $505, $473 and $459 respectively.
But superior-quality establishments aren’t the only ones charging superior rates. The most expensive 3-star hotel in San Francisco is the Hotel Drisco with an average nightly rate of $319. At that price tag, it rounds out the Top 10 rankings.
The following table shows the 10 most expensive hotels in San Francisco along with their average rates for a standard double room during the timeframe of June through August 2012.
1. Fairmont Heritage Place $635
2. Four Seasons Hotel $545
3. Mandarin Oriental $505
4. St. Regis $473
5. The Ritz-Carlton $459
6. Argonaut Hotel $369
7. Hotel Vitale $349
8. Omni SF $337
9. Hyatt at Fisherman's Wharf $329
10. Hotel Drisco $319
For more information about this survey, visit http://www.sanfranciscohotels.net/press/most-expensive-hotels.html