Located in the heart of downtown San Francisco, the Omni Hotel places guests just walking distance from some of the finest shopping and most visited tourist sites in the City by the Bay. Luxury abounds in this early 20th century Nob Hill building. Originally constructed as a bank, the hotel lobby welcomes with Italian marble, illustrious fabrics and Austrian crystal chandeliers. Combining old time class with all the modern amenities, the Omni San Francisco is the perfect mix of both--making this hotel an ideal choice for romantic getaways.
Included on the list of architecturally significant structures of San Francisco, this Nob Hill landmark also has the distinction of having been named one of the very best hotels in the United States by Travel & Leisure magazine. Covering an entire city block, its polished marble floors, antiques and museum-quality art create an opulent setting. Fine dining, high tea, live music and a 24-hour staff satisfy your every need. Guest rooms are elegantly appointed with rich wood furniture and Italian marble bathrooms.
The Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco offers the highest level of service and comfort. As a guest, you will sleep well in a spacious room and enjoy the various facilities. Whether for business or vacation, Four Seasons is the best option. You can always be sure to expect nothing but the best and it is this quality that sets this hotel apart from the others. The restaurant, Seasons, and the hotel spa ensure that all your needs are met.
This unassuming house in the Mission District is really a cozy bed and breakfast. Originally built on what was known in the 1870s as Mansion Row, it was owned by John English, a City Commissioner known as the Potato King. It is now restored to its original Victorian elegance and offers individually decorated bedrooms awash with style. The Inn San Francisco is well equipped with guest friendly amenities and services.
This is a Victorian townhouse mansion built in 1892 that now serves as a posh bed & breakfast in the Alamo Square Historic District. It has gained state recognition time and again, once awarded best restoration of a Victorian home by California Heritage Council and "The Best Bed & Breakfast" award by Chronicle Books' The Best of San Francisco guide. Its entire appearance inside and out, is wrought with architecture and furnishings from the Victorian Era. Its attention to service cannot be ignored. A stay here is guaranteed to be a pleasurable experience for every traveler. Even San Francisco, locals have been known to book a night in the inn for a romantic getaway.
Named by Travel & Leisure Magazine as one of the best hotels in the United States, this historic Nob Hill giant dates from 1907 and is one of San Francisco's grandest accommodations. The lobby, refurbished into an Edwardian fantasy in ivory and gold, features an ornate marble staircase, clusters of plush furniture, and a shopping arcade brimming with luxurious gift ideas. The Grand Ballroom is in tune with the rest of the hotel and holds business meetings and prestigious functions.
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.
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 very affordable European-style inn is a lot like a bed-and-breakfast in its architecture and set up, but offers guests the privacy of a fine hotel. It's located in one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in San Francisco, where fine dining, shopping and entertainment is at your doorstep. In fact, it is within short walking distance of the Opera House, Symphony Hall, Civic Center, four-star restaurants, and many other secret hot spots, an eager staff is willing to divulge. It is ideal for the traveler who wants to experience San Francisco with the eyes of a local rather than hide in a hotel room. Room rates vary seasonally, check website for details.
This hotel is a gracious, romantic Victorian house. The decor is opulent with a Victorian flair featuring plush velvets, gleaming brass and rich stained glass. It reflects the artistic bent of both the area and the guests here. Opera singers, dancers and other luminaries make this inn their second home when visiting San Francisco. It is within minutes of Union Square, the Opera House, theaters, symphony, museums and historic city landmarks.