Need to know
131, including 11 suites.
Noon. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $165.75, excluding tax at 16.45 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of 4.5% per room per night on check-out.
Rates don’t usually include breakfast.
This is no ordinary concierge: the stylish staff behind the desk can meet every request, whether it’s for health-boosting IV shots (welcome to California), a call-in chiropractor or a passing acupuncturist. And, while there’s no spa, a whole coterie of visiting experts can call in on your room, whether it’s for personal training, massages, facials, mindfulness meditations or physiotherapy.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, valet parking, gym, concierge. In rooms: Aesop bath products, Aireloom mattress, flatscreen TV with Google Chromecast, Bluetooth speaker and tablet with the hotel’s Proper App.
Our favourite rooms
All of the rooms are examples of when clashing prints can really be a good idea, but nowhere more so than in the Premier Suites, which take a bold use of colour and pattern to the next level. They have party-ready living areas and views of the Ferry Building, too. We also love the corner-occupying Junior Suites, which can be made into two-bedroom interconnecting rooms for families. They may be small, but for those on a budget, the Bunk Rooms are perfectly formed (though better for those who travel light and don’t shop in Long Tall Sally…).
Don’t forget cycling shorts for pedalling across the Golden Gate Bridge; Silicon Valley-worthy specs; and as many patterned garments as your suitcase will hold.
There are wheelchair-accessible rooms available in the Premier King and Junior Suite categories.
Pets are welcome, for a refundable deposit of $300. See more pet-friendly hotels in San Francisco.
All ages welcome. Extra beds and baby cots can be added to all rooms, and highchairs can be provided in the restaurant.