Services & Amenities
Our beautifully appointed San Francisco hotel offers all the comforts you would expect from a Joie De Vivre hotel.
- Located adjacent to our lobby, O Izakaya Lounge serves Japanese-inspired shared plates and cocktails
- Kabuki Springs & Spa is a Japanese-style bathing facility that offers an extensive menu of traditional and exotic spa services
- In-room spa treatments available
- In-room dining available during restaurant service hours
- Valet Parking ($40 per night plus taxes)
- Parking in public garage under hotel ($23 per day, "no in and out privileges")
- Daily laundry and dry cleaning services
- Pet friendly
- Serene Japanese gardens and Koi pond adjacent to the lobby
- Fitness center available 24 hours
- Complimentary pass to Kabuki Springs & Spa communal baths ($20 value) when you book your reservation online at jdvhotels.com
- Complimentary Wi-Fi available throughout the hotel
- Business center with Mac computers that run both PC and Mac platforms
- Meeting and conference space for up to 600 people, with unique, Japanese-themed activity packages
- Serta Concierge beds with luxury linens
- Traditional Japanese-style deep soaking tubs in most rooms
- LCD flat-screen television with HD channels
- iPod and MP3 docking station and radio
- Work desk with ergonomic chair
- Honor bar with snacks, beverages and Japanese specialty items
- Electronic safe
- Custom soaking bath salts
- Iron/Ironing board
- Hair dryer
Joie De Vivre strives to have a positive impact on our community. Each of our hotels is dedicated to donating a minimum of $200 per guest room, per year to organizations in their communities.
As an extension of JDV Gives, each hotel participates in the You Can Make a Difference program, launched in April of 2008. The primary objective is to engage our guests by giving them the option to add an additional $1 of their total bill for each night they stay with us. Guests are able to opt out of this program at checkout.
Hotel Kabuki's philanthropic partner in the You Can Make a Difference program is the National Japanese American Historical Society. They are a nonprofit organization dedicated to the collection, preservation, authentic interpretation and sharing of historical information of the Japanese American experience for the diverse, broader national community.