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Enveloped by the deep velvety plush colors of the hotel lobby's interior design, Hotel Bijou offers movie-star green room style and comfort. Each room is uniquely named and themed after a film made in San Francisco. The hotel even has its own mini-theater. Conveniently located in downtown San Francisco, this is the place for the movie buffs to come and experience the same sights and sounds as seen on the big screen.
Located at pacific Heights, The Queen Anne Hotel is a historic hotel in a gorgeous Victorian house that was once a girl's boarding school. The spacious guestrooms and suites are furnished with Victorian antiques and a personal concierge service that will make you feel really pampered. Although it feels like you're stepping back in time due to the beautiful historic decor, you'll notice modern touches like high speed Internet and flat screen TVs. Queen Anne Hotel is also unique because it's rumored to be haunted by the former headmistress.
Hotel Triton, with its bold splashes of reds, blues, and yellows, is as much a work of art as it is an accommodation. A large mural depicting the god Triton, brightens up the reception area. The lobby is a collection of unusual, though comfortable, furniture created by local designers. Each room is decorated with a similar flair, many with a local theme, giving guests the opportunity to spend the night in a cutting edge, artistic setting. The hotel is very centrally and conveniently located. Walk to Union Square and the Financial District, or step through Chinatown's Gate less than a block away.
Get acquainted with San Francisco's local art scene at Hotel des Arts, where the rooms are painted by international artists. Murals and modern artwork adorn the walls, and each room is specially personalized by the likes of Casey O'Connel, Jeremy Fish, Nome Edonna and Anthony Skirvin. Other facilities include modern furnishings, data ports, environmentally responsible service, and multilingual staff. And if you can tear yourself from your room, check out San Francisco's sights around and away from the hotel. Staying here is like staying in a contemporary gallery.
Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art is a gorgeous, historic B&B located on Haight Street. This lovely red Victorian home (as its name suggests) is a superb tribute to the '60s, with tie-dyed fabrics, a meditation room and various other decor elements that would transport you to a simpler time. Lest you forget what decade you are in, a computer in the lobby invites you to enter your thoughts into a large guest database. Attractions such as Kezar Stadium, Golden Gate Park and Buena Vista Park are all quite nearby. Rooms are well-furnished, with an elegant touch of old-world charm - each of which reflect a theme such as Summer of Love, Flower Child Room and the Peacock Suite, which features an avian motif and a bay window. Needless to say, The Red Victorian makes for an unforgettable stay.