Refine by Hotel Type:Bed & Breakfast Boutique Hotel Budget Hotel Cottages & Cabins Lux Mid-range Resort Spa Resort Wine Country Hotels
Refine by Location:
Faded ‘40s charm like Hollywood version of Dickens. Popular with starlets back in the day. Scene from The Maltese Falcon (Bogart shoots the Fat Man) filmed in one of the eighth-floor rooms. It’s sa... read more
Voted Best Place to Drop Acid by me. Owner Sami Sunchild keeps the flower in power at this living museum honoring the Haight at its ‘60s height. Each weird and wonderful guestroom has its own flash... read more
It’s the Ritz: What more needs to be said? Monolithic pillared 1909 structure high stop Snob Hill slightly resembling the White House. Ranked among the top hotels in the world. Culinary superstar R... read more
One of the city’s best budget hotels in a perfect location near the heart of North Beach and Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s a restored three-story Victorian boardinghouse (read: small rooms, shared baths)... read more
Lavish European rococo swathed in rich royal colors in lobby of 1928 gem. Old-school ambience at a reasonable rack rate. Just one block up from Union Square on cable-car line. “See no evil, hear no... read more
SF’s ultra-luxe 40-story SoMa sensation, replete with 24-hour butlers, leather textured walls, screw-free artwork and postcard views. Minimalist décor with maximum quality materials: 42-inch plasma... read more
Bordering Golden Gate Park, built by slick saloon owner in 1905 in spurt of Queen-Anne-meets-Beaux-Arts Classicism. Airy rooms in pink and sage that cosset cultivated clientele. Cupola rooms with f... read more
Sleekly appointed hotel has co-opted the concept of yuppie Wonderland. Three-story octagonal glass entrance leads straight to the lobby bar (brilliant). Overstuffed leather and velvet chairs, bowls... read more
Spectacular view that makes you feel like you own the city. Staff that makes you feel like you own them. This place is so money, they’ve literally been laundering it (via a state-of-the-art silver-... read more
Street clatter and cafe chatter characterize North Beach neighborhood best known for bringing notes from the underground to the surface. Black door with modest awning amid pastry shops and si... read more
As the gaudy sign outside describes, this is a combination of Persi...
Surreal cocktailing in SoMa. Heady mix of gothic and steampunk deco...
With just 18 seats (plus 12 bar seats), exposed brick, unglaze...
Hakkasan takes its Cantonese cuisine west with signature swanky sty...
The storied New Orleans venue named after the legendary band has ma...