A Touch of Bohemian
Located in one of our favorite neighborhoods in San Francisco, Hotel Boheme can only be described as romantic, bohemian and intimate. This charming hotel right in the heart of North Beach has brightly colored interiors, French-inspired furnishings, one or two queen beds, Wi-Fi, cable TV, antique armoires and private baths. If you like a unique, and eclectic hotel and remember or are interested in the heyday of the Beat Era, take a peak at Hotel Boheme.
444 Columbus Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94133
Tel: 415.433.9111 Fax: 415.362.6292
Best Western Carriage Inn
If you’re looking for something a little bit offbeat, check into the newly renovated Best Western Carriage Inn. This SOMA hotel (South of Market) is dedicated to eccentric and off-beat legends such as Lili Coit or the Mitchell Brothers so every room has it’s own unique personality. Each guestroom features flat screen TV’s, complimentary highspeed internet access as well as iPod docking stations for your convenience. Close to downtown’s major shopping district, art galleries, great restaurants and clubs, this Inn will give you something a little bit different for your money.
Best Western Carriage Inn
140 7th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103<
P: 415-552-8600 | F: 415-626-3973
If your wish is to be located downtown, and you would like a non-smoking space as well as a pet-friendly hotel, this historic hotel just might fill the bill. All guestrooms include complimentary wireless high speed Internet access, in-room laptop safe, telephone with voicemail, coffee maker, ceiling fan, cable TV, CD player that is MP3 compatible, iron and board and hair dryer. The Hotel Carlton is located close to Union Square and the Theatre District so it’s close to the Cable cars, buses, taxis, and the famous F-line on Market Street. Known for its award-winning service, the Carlton is also one of the few hotels certified Green by the City of San Francisco.
1075 Sutter St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
P: 415.673.0242 | F: 415.673.4904
If you are the type that feels most comfortable surrounded by luxury, this is the place to stay. Located in one of the most exclusive parts of Pacific Heights, The Hotel Drisco will fill that need for relaxation in an elegant but comfortable setting. This lovely 100 year old hotel has beautifully appointed guestrooms that will make your stay in San Francisco even more comfortable whether you are a business traveler just here for meetings, or you are on your honeymoon. Each elegant guestroom has complimentary high speed internet access, a DVD player, a CD player and cable TV including HBO. Other lovely amenities include a complimentary continental gourmet breakfast buffet, morning newspaper and even a plush robe and slippers. But be aware…you may never want to leave! Remember San Francisco awaits!
2901 Pacific Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94115
P: 415.346.2880 | F: 415.567.5537
The deluxe suites and guestrooms at the Hotel Rex all have pillow top mattresses, a two-line cordless phone, complimentary wireless, high-speed internet access, cable TV, a CD player and more. This luxurious Union Square Hotel was created with the famed Hotel Algonquin in New York City in mind. From time to time they have poetry readings, or live jazz in their library bar. The Hotel Rex has a relaxed yet slightly hip feel for the more artistic among us to enjoy. Also close to fine dining, Union Square, various Art Galleries, the Theatre District and shopping to die for!
562 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
P: 415.433.4434 | F: 415.433.3695
Nestled into a little part of what is known as the Tenderloin lies this funky urban retreat known as the Phoenix Hotel. In it’s younger years it was nothing more than an old 50’s version of a Palm Springs motel, but check it out now! This place is so cool that the locals hang there. This is not your deluxe hotel mind you, but a hip, funky place to stay and quite possibly find out when/where the next party or event is taking place through the hip group of people who work there. The guest rooms are island-inspired and feature tropical bungalow styling with island furnishings. You can hang out by the pool til 10 or 11PM at nite and listen to the piped-in sounds of frogs and crickets at night. Check out their Bambuddha Lounge located in the courtyard. Often there are parties, or special events going on and sometimes you can join in on the fun. Bambuddha has such ambience, definitely go for a drink and have a look at their SE Asian and Pacific Islands Menu. The Phoenix is also somewhat of a cult status as many different artists have stayed there over the years such as, Joan Jett, Vincent Gallo, The Killers, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers just to name a few. If you’re looking for a little rock n roll in your stay in San Francisco this very well may be the place!
601 Eddy St
San Francisco, CA 94109
P: 415.776.1380 | F: 415.885.3109<