Hotel Information

Japanese-Inspired Hotel Rooms & Suites in San Francisco

Experience authentic hospitality in San Francisco’s Union Square in one of our 532 luxurious accommodations, including 22 suites, at Hotel Nikko. Our Forbes Four-Star rooms and suites blend elegant Japanese-inspired decor and plush amenities, including Subarashi Yume (“dreams” in Japanese) pillow-top beds, flat-screen TVs, and iPod/iPhone sound systems.

Elevate your stay in a high-floor Imperial Club room with spectacular views of San Francisco and luxurious Subarashi Ame rain showers. Indulge cravings with in-room dining at Hotel Nikko.


222 Mason St San Francisco, California, 94102
Phone: +1-415-394-1111

Does Hotel Nikko have an airport shuttle?

While the hotel does not have a direct airport Nikko shuttle, third-party shuttles or shared-ride vans are available from 4:30AM-11:00PM daily. If you are arriving in the Domestic Terminal the pick-up location will be on the Arrivals Level terminal curbside. If you are arriving in the International Terminal pick-up will be located on the Arrivals Level roadway center island. The cost to take a shuttle from SFO to Hotel Nikko ranges between $16 to $20 per person.

Directions from SFO

  1. Exit San Francisco International Airport or the Airport Rental Car Center and proceed NORTH on US-101 for 11 miles.
  2. Take I-80 E toward BAY BRIDGE/OAKLAND/SEVENTH ST/US-101 N.
  3. Exit at SEVENTH ST.
  4. Proceed to FOLSOM ST. and turn right.
  5. Turn left on FIFTH ST.
  6. Continue on FIFTH ST., which becomes CYRIL MAGNIN ST. after your pass MARKET ST.
  7. Turn left on ELLIS ST. and then turn right into Hotel Nikko San Francisco’s parking and valet entrance.


24 hour Valet Parking is available for $65.00 plus tax (subject to availability).  There will be additional charges for over sized vehicles.  Valet price also includes unlimited in and out privileges.   We do not accept RV’s.

Our valet entrance is at 180 Ellis Street, just before Mason Street. All of the hotel garages in the area have comparable rates; and there is a public 1,100-car Mason O’Farrell garage directly across the street. Please feel free to contact our concierges for more information at or consult

San Francisco offers a few free parking possibilities to look for. You can find free metered parking throughout the city on Sundays all day, and on weekdays after 6pm, including on nearby Market Street and throughout SoMA and Union Square. You can also find short-term free parking wherever you see green street curbs.Hotel Nikko offers valet parking with in and out privileges, so you can drive out and explore.

*Parking fees are NOT included in the symposium registration.