Sitting between downtown San Francisco’s Tenderloin and Civic Center districts, the Phoenix is more legend than hip hotel. A second home to generations of traveling bands and walking distance the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, the Great American Music Hall, and other iconic live music venues, it is a cornerstone of the city’s storied musical past.
The colorful, casual rooms and suites of Hotel del Sol and complimentary continental breakfast, saltwater pool, and pet-friendly property are ideal for travelers who love being entrenched in a neighborhood’s local flair that includes independent shopping boutiques, lively outdoor eateries, spirited people-watching, and waterfront sport.
Beck’s Motor Lodge have recently renovated our guestrooms, revamped our building’s paint and installed a fast, new elevator for you to enjoy a comfortable and reenergizing stay here at Beck’s. Our neighborhood, The Castro is filled with restaurants, clubs, bars, shops and lively people. Stop by the acclaimed Twin Peaks Tavern, The Café or Harvey’s. Take in a classic movie at Castro Theatre or a show at Café du Nord.
From the moment the red-suited Beefeater doorman whisks you into our ornate lobby, it’s clear: you’ve arrived at a San Francisco icon, Kimpton Sir Francis Drake Hotel. The grand staircases, gilded ceilings, sleek marble walls, and crystal chandeliers evoke an old-world charm you won’t find anywhere else. But we think you’ll be even more impressed with the one-of-a-kind experience at our buzzing lobby bar, exceptional Italian eatery, and glam nightspot with sweeping city views, before you retire to your trendy-yet-classic guest room.
With an ambiance that embraces conversation, discovery, and a bit of reflection, Hotel Kabuki is for the traveler who wants to experience a neighborhood, not just a visit. One of the few boutique hotels just steps from Pacific Heights’ famed Fillmore District, we provide easy access to some of San Francisco’s most exciting dining, shops, and sights, including Union Square, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Lombard Street.
Step through the etched glass doors of the Nob Hill Inn and be transported back to the golden age of San Francisco. Built in 1907 as a private home, the Nob Hill Inn has been lovingly restored to maintain the ambiance of a turn-of-the-century townhouse. Its twenty-one guest rooms and suites are furnished with hand-picked antiques: beautifully carved chairs, armoires inlaid with exotic woods, graceful four-poster, and brass beds.