Why do Starwood, Kimpton, Four Seasons and Mandarin Oriental Use Coyle?
Coyle is delighted to be the preferred mystery shopping and quality benchmarking provider for the San Francisco area. Coyle has helped San Francisco hospitality businesses elevate guest experiences with mystery shoppers and meet industry quality standards for many years.
Coyle extensively screens its professional evaluators, accepting only those with a broad knowledge of the San Francisco area who frequently travel and dine out. Coyle’s evaluators are your guests, out practically every night in the area’s best restaurants and hotels. As a result, Coyle’s hospitality clients benefit from objective, insightful, and thoughtful feedback that helps convey the complete story behind each guest experience.
- Fully tailored programs, customized to your brand needs
- Competitive Set Industry Benchmarking
- 360-degree evaluations that capture every nuance of the guest experience
- Unparalleled service and support, seven days a week
- Reliable online reporting and intuitive proprietary software
- Speedy program set-up and report turnaround
Contact us today and make Coyle your quality assurance provider in San Francisco.
San Francisco Evaluator Spotlight
Here is a sampling of professional evaluators in San Francisco.
The City By The Bay
San Francisco’s cuisine is so divine that many associate it with the principle of Epicureanism—which, at its core, is the idea that pleasure is life’s greatest good, and in modern times implies a love or educated enjoyment of good food and drink. And while cable cars take San Franciscans from Nob Hill to Fisherman’s Wharf, our favorite stop is Union Square—the principal hotel district—which boasts some world-class lodging.
San Francisco boasts the most exquisite flavors of ‘place’: fresh, local ingredients from small farmers in the area paired with exceptional wines from nearby Sonoma and Napa Valley. Thomas Keller’s French Laundry creates two unique nine-course tasting menus per day—one chef’s tasting menu and one vegetable tasting menu. Michael Mina’s eponymous Michael Mina (formerly Aqua) presents guests with intriguingly delectable seafood dishes. Chef Douglas Keane creates lasting and savory culinary memories at Cyrus in Sonoma. And at Coi, Chef Daniel Patterson celebrates contemporary California cuisine.
Not to be forgotten is San Francisco’s Chinatown, the oldest Chinatown in North America. The area brings in more visitors than the Golden Gate Bridge, many of them coming solely for the cuisine. With restaurants like the House of Nanking, the Empress of China and R&G Lounge, it is not difficult to spend a few weeks eating your way through San Francisco.
San Francisco also offers some of the finest five-star luxury hotels for both business and leisure guests. The modern and refined St. Regis San Francisco in the SoMa district allows guests to explore gastronomy. The sophisticated Hotel Palomar San Francisco located at the nexus of Union Square, the Financial District, and SoMa, shows off the artistic side of the city. Finally, the Mandarin Oriental San Francisco offers legendary views of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge.
San Francisco’s award-winning fine-dining restaurants and ultra-lavish hotels set an example for outstanding service. It’s no wonder—given how San Francisco’s hospitality sector continues to enhance its service levels and offerings—that it is home to so many of our top mystery shopping clients.