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.
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.
Located in San Francisco's Japantown, this Joi De Vivre hotel offers its guests a traditional Japanese boutique accommodation experience with a western touch. The Kabuki is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to make your stay that much more meaningful. It houses the Kabuki Springs & Spa where you can relax and unwind with traditional and exotic massages. The guests are treated to tea in their rooms upon arrival as part of a Japanese Tea Ceremony. Cultural offerings are also organized at the hotel thus making your stay at the Kabuki a memorable one.
Resembling those motels in movies, the 1960's style La Luna Inn is a stylish hotel right at the center of the happening Marina District. The Golden Gate Bridge and Palace of Fine Arts are walking distance and cable cars are close by, making this a perfect accommodation option for business and leisure travelers. The concierge will help you go around town with restaurant recommendations and ticket arrangements. Modern and minimalist designs add appeal to the comfortable and spacious guest rooms of the affordable La Luna Inn.
The Oakland Marriott City Center is a good place to have a conference without having to worry about accommodation or location. Plush rooms and suites have all the trappings of a comfort haven for those weary traders and travelers. The 12th Street Oakland BART station is right across the street and the hotel is right next to all of the downtown eateries and nightlife spots. And if the family is along, let the front desk recommend fun activities. Sailing and hiking activities are conducted nearby. For golf enthusiasts, the Tilden Park Golf Course is within close proximity.
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.
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.
Centrally located on Market Street in San Francisco, Hotel Whitcomb is a historic building featuring Victorian decor and comfortable rooms. The Orpheum Theater is across the street and Civic Center BART Station is conveniently located in front of the hotel. Guest rooms at Hotel Whitcomb are elegantly decorated and select rooms have city views. Each guest room includes a work desk, coffee machine and cable TV with in-room movies. The historic Whitcomb Hotel features cathedral ceilings and Italian marble floors. Guests can use the modern gym or business centre and the concierge desk can arrange walking tours. Union Square is 5 minutes’ bus or cable car ride away from this this boutique hotel. Popular San Francisco landmarks such as City Hall, the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and the Asian Art Museum are 2 minutes’ walk from Hotel Whitcomb.
Though it appears small from the outside, the European Guest House is quite spacious. A member of the American Association of International Hostels, it provides clean and safe accommodations for budget travelers. Located near the Civic Center, this dormitory-style hotel is centrally located in The City's downtown. Everything is clean and well maintained. Each room has bunk beds. Each floor shares a pay phone, bathroom, shower, and lockers. A color TV is found in the communal kitchen.
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 in a charming 1930s Art Deco building, Embassy Hotel offers rooms with free WiFi. Guests can grab a drink at the on-site bar and restaurant. Shopping and dining in San Francisco’s Union Square is just 1.2 km away. Each guest room at this hotel includes a private bathroom with a shower, a cable TV and a telephone. The hotel also features an on-site tour desk to help guests arrange area tours and excursions. In addition, the hotel features an on-site barbershop. Grace Cathedral and the Masonic Auditorium are within 19 minutes’ walk away from Embassy Hotel. Fisherman’s Wharf is 15 minutes’ drive away.