We asked Jose Lopez, the chief concierge of the Palace Hotel, to plan a single, spectacular day in San Francisco…
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1. Helicopter tour of the city
I would arrange for a carriage to take guests to the Embarcadero, where they would board a private charter boat to sail under the Golden Gate and Bay bridges on their way to the peninsula. Once docked, they’d take a scenic helicopter tour of the city before flying to Napa Valley to visit the finest California wineries.
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2. Visit to California wineries in Napa Valley
Tranqui Napa Valley scene backlit by warm sunlightPhotograph by Billy Hustace—Getty Images
3. Lunch at Thomas Keller’s famed French Laundry
At lunchtime a coveted table will await them at Thomas Keller’s famed French Laundry.
The French Laundry restaurant on Washington Street in Yountville, Calif.Photograph by Jon Elswick—AP
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4. Shopping at Gump’s luxury store
After returning to the city they would be driven to Gump’s, an only-in-San Francisco luxury store, where they could shop for the perfect keepsake, followed by a stroll along Market Street, then a stop at Meyerovich Gallery for a private tour of works by artists such as Picasso, Monet, and Matisse.
Gump’s department store, San FranciscoFeather Factor
5. Private supper at the Palace Hotel
Back at the hotel, our guests would indulge in an in-room massage, with cocktails and a late supper in a private dining room.
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A version of this post appears in the October 1, 2015 issue of Fortune as a sidebar to the article “Black Book: See San Francisco in a Day.”