Getting a charge out of high tea at a noteworthy lodging gives visitors a feeling of the city's magnificence amid the Victorian period and the turn of the century. The Fairmont San Francisco on Nob Hill, opened in 1907, is prestigious for its lavish hall and rich feel. The Fairmont's Laurel Court offers evening lunch service on Saturdays and Sundays. Additionally, on Nob Hill, The Ritz-Carlton is notable for its favor evening lunch service in The Lounge, an advanced banquet hall with magnificent city sees.
One of the city's most stupendous notable lodgings, the Palace Hotel was worked in 1875 in the downtown territory close Market Street. The Palace Hotel amazements guests with its eminent Garden Court gathering territory, where a conventional evening tea is served finished with fine china, sterling silver, and great fortes like finger sandwiches and handcrafted scones.