What Qualifies a
Property to be TAG Approved?®
Enforce non-discriminatory policies including “sexual orientation.”
Treat heterosexual and domestic partners equally in personnel policies.
Provides LGBT diversity and sensitivity training for employees.
Empower customers and employees to be “watchdogs” of its gay and lesbian business practices.
Gives back to their community.
Employs staff who reflect the diversity of their community.
Hotel Nikko San Francisco
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94131
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Neighborhood: Union Square
Number of Rooms: 532
Type of Hotel: LuxeBoutique
A luxury boutique hotel two blocks from Union Square (and all the fine shops, theaters and restaurants), one block from the historic Cable Cars, BART transit, and the Market Street Pride Parade; and just a quickie $10.00 Uber or cab ride to the Castro District. The hotel’s 532 guest rooms are a soothing escape with their plush “Subarashee Yume” (Japanese for “Fantastic Dreams”) pillow-top beds with down comforters, 42-inch flat screen TVs, and HD streaming wireless internet for four devices per room. Brand new washrooms feature granite countertops, porcelain fixtures, and travertine marble; and most boast separate stall showers as well as bathtubs.
The large 10,000 sf (size does matter) 24-hour health club features new cardiovascular equipment, steam rooms, dry saunas, an atrium-covered fifteen-meter pool and a whirlpool spa, and outside sun deck. Our acclaimed Restaurant ANZU pairs prime aged beef and the finest sushi, creating fine California cuisine with Asian flair, prepared under the direction of Nikko’s Master Sushi Chef. And enjoy off-Broadway entertainment most weekend nights in the intimate 140-seat cabaret theater, Feinstein’s at the Nikko.