San Francisco Business Guide for Private Jet Travelers

Although San Francisco is well known for its open-minded attitudes and stunning culinary culture, it also draws travelers visiting for business. As an economic center of California, the City by the Bay greets executives from across the state—with the nearby technological center of San Jose and the Silicon Valley, it brings CEOs and VIPs from across the globe for business. San Francisco is a city that is highly experienced in the hospitality industry.

For executives who require the convenience and efficiency of a private jet charter to arrive in San Francisco, here are the hotels, restaurants and destinations that will meet the same exacting standards.

Luxury Hotels in San Francisco:

The St. Regis San Francisco – The St. Regis offers the uncompromising, 5-star service that can make a business trip feel like a vacation. As a brand new hotel, this St. Regis location provides executives with a reliable, comforting experience in a modern facility. The signature St. Regis Butler Service addresses a guest’s every need, from a wake-up call to theater tickets, making the scheduling and execution of a business trip flawless. For relaxation, the Remède Spa’s individualized treatments or the St. Regis Bath Menu can calm the busiest executive.
Additionally, the St. Regis is fully equipped to assist in planning meetings or business entertainment. The private and sophisticated Muse Boardroom can set the scene for a top-level meeting, while the Gallery Ballroom offers an extraordinary setting for conferences, celebrations or parties. Meanwhile, the hotel’s eatery Ame is one of the best restaurants in San Francisco for business dining. The new American style cuisine showcases the best of local, seasonal flavor, while the restaurant’s chic interior, precise service and 300-bottle wine list are all made to please.

The Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco – For the best access to all parts of San Francisco, the Four Seasons offers a heart-of-the-city location that is ideal for on-the-go executives, especially those frequenting the nearby Financial District. Additionally, the hotel is found within the Yerba Buena cultural district, allowing immediate cultural immersion for the executive who has time for a little sightseeing. Its rooms—the largest in the city with floor-to-ceiling windows—boast views of the city skyline or bay, and the Superior Executive Suite offers a spacious setting for entertaining or plenty of room to bring the family along for the trip.
For meetings with clients or colleagues, the Four Seasons is ideal for intimate gatherings. Its private meeting rooms are technologically equipped for engaging multimedia presentations and the facility’s outdoor terrace lets executives take in the beautiful outdoor setting while working.

Luxury Business Restaurants in San Francisco:

Boulevard – Boulevard has been called “a perpetual reminder that San Francisco has some of the finest restaurants in the country” by its reviewers. The restaurant offers a local menu influenced by French technique and flavors. Its waterfront location is echoed in the ample seafood that is showcased on the seasonally changing menu. The private banquet room can be outfitted to serve from 20 to 64 and, with its highly trained and experienced staff, the banquet hall is a perfect locale for business receptions.

Masa’s – This French fine-dining eatery in Union Hill offers four, seven and nine course menus to suite any occasion. The standard of culinary excellence in San Francisco, the veteran restaurant is a classic choice for business entertaining while in the city. With caviar service by the ounce, executives can indulge in Osetra caviar together before or after addressing the business at hand.

Gary Danko – Perhaps the most famous restaurant in the vibrant culinary scene of San Francisco, Gary Danko offers sophisticated contemporary cuisine in an intimate setting. With only 75 seats, an early reservation is necessary—even San Francisco locals never tire of Gary Danko, making it an essential experience for the traveling executive. A truly Californian menu reflects local and seasonal ingredients and respects them with classical technique, while unexpected flavor combinations elevate palates and challenge tastes in a wonderful way.

Golf Courses in San Francisco:

Presidio Golf Course – Not only a destination course for avid golfers but also a National Historic Landmark since 1962, the Presidio course is worth a visit for business entertaining or simply for a friendly game. The course is beautiful and carries historical significance—after opening in 1895, it has been played by leaders like Teddy Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower and is managed by the prestigious Arnold Palmer Management Company. Presidio offers truly presidential treatment to its visitors, and the Presidio Café and Golf Club can accommodate meetings and events after the links.

To learn more about San Francisco Private Jet Charter Service, contact RYL’s Charter Department at 877-391-6161.

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