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Mix in some vintage Hawaii and throw in a dash of modern San Francisco and a touch of old school Las Vegas and the results equal The Hotel Tropicana. Colorful and bright mosaics, Hawaiian fabrics, Chinese bamboo, palm trees and beautiful vintage art adorn this budget hotel, making for a most unique experience. What's more, it's located in the heart of the Valencia Street corridor - the liveliest, most culture-filled strip in the entire Mission District. Five-minute strolls will take to you some of the award-winning restaurants, hottest clubs and most mind-blowing neighborhood specialty shops.
At this quaint boutique hotel in San Francisco, culture is at your doorstep. It is within walking distance of the Opera House, Symphony Hall, the architecturally cutting-edge main branch of the Public Library and Union Square, which is the hub of some of the finest shopping, dining, and entertainment in The City. Its outside structure is laid with brick, giving it an East Coast feel. The recently renovated interior shines with polished European style. It is a smaller hotel that encourages mingling in the individually decorated rooms, and include comfortable furnishings, fresh flowers and wash stands.
Situated in the spectacular Hayes Valley neighborhood, The Parsonage Bed & Breakfast Inn is a charming old Victorian manor house converted into a bed and breakfast. Locally owned and operated by John Phillips and Joan Hull, the hotel offers tastefully done up rooms that take you back to the 1880s. Ornate furniture, elegantly laid out beds and fire places adorn the rooms. Guests are served deliciously prepared breakfast that comprises local specialties. The hotel is located in close proximity to major attractions like San Francisco Opera, Painted Ladies, Banneker Homes and DNA Lounge.
Located right above the popular restaurant "Sauce," Sleep over sauce is unlike the usual lodgings. They have guest rooms which can be hired by small groups or a single person. The decor is very tasteful and comfort has been given the prime importance. Service is friendly and helpful as well.
This impressive hotel is an architectural masterpiece. Step inside and enjoy the grandeur of old San Francisco combined with 20th century luxury. Centrally located in the city's heart, this building was used as the seat of the city's government in the early 1900s and the elegant decor reflects that time's sumptuous style and grace. Now its sole purpose is to provide luxurious accommodations with a commitment to comfort, service and convenience. The hotel has over 25,000 square feet of meeting space which can be utilized for private as well as corporate events. Please see the website for reservations and further information.
This SoMa neighborhood hotel is ideal in summer and early fall months with its courtyard, sun deck, and a heated outdoor pool, that rises above the busy city streets and radiates a resort feeling. The architecture is a contemporary Mediterranean style that looks as if belongs in Southern California. Affordable, comfortable, and filled with amenities, it is recommended for its central location that provides easy access to the downtown business district and the City's major tourist attractions.
Like this chain's hotels in other cities, this one is a well-equipped, budget-friendly accommodation. Rooms are always clean, quiet and well-kept. Convenient downtown location means that all The City's cultural, family, and business attractions are within a short walk. Rooms have phones and private bathrooms. Most rooms have great city views. The staff is very personable and can give you great tips on sightseeing and dining in the area.
Nicknamed the "Rock n Roll hotel," Hotel Phoenix has grown to be one of the youthful and vibrant places to stay in the neighborhood with 44 well-decorated rooms. The hotel features a beautiful central courtyard, a heated swimming pool and Chambers Eat + Drink to provide you with a one-of-a-kind poolside dining experience. Located near Civic Center, it is close to many of the city's hot spots.