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Formerly Hotel PalomarHotel Zelos brims with understated luxury. Rooms are kitted out with on-demand movies and music, in-room spa services upon request, and a complimentary honor bar. Full review →
Grandiose Victorian-era pistachio-green brick building with classic white granite flourishes.
Snappy art installations add a contemporary touch to the lobby of this soigné downtown hotel, tucked away in a historic 1905 building.
Favored by celebrities, this hotel on the top five floors of the green-tile 1908 Pacific Place Building offers a luxurious oasis above the busiest part of town. Full review →
Tailored lines and rich textures throughout lend a sophisticated, fresh aspect to the overall air of elegance. Full review →
This Union Square boutique hotel brings whimsical flair to the circa-1908 building it inhabits. Full review →
Playful boutique San Francisco stay with rooftop firepits and a buzzy restaurant-cocktail lounge. Full review →
The sexy Palomar is decked out with crocodile-print carpets, stripy persimmon-red chairs, chocolate-brown wood and cheetah-print robes in the closet. Full review →
Want the shopping and dining of Union Square, proximity to the businesses of the Financial District, and a front-row seat to the action of the thriving SoMa district? Look no further than the Palomar.
A sexy 198-room property that doubles as a hip art gallery, the Hotel Palomar has spacious, comfortable rooms. Full review →
A chic, neo-Nouveau bolthole in the commercial heart of the city.
Situated in what is now an exceptional location—though it certainly wasn't very attractive a decade ago—on the south side of Market Street at the edge of the SOMA district and a short... Full review →Adjoining rooms are in short supply, so be sure to request them when making reservations.
"Real old SF charm" and "enthusiastic", "welcoming" service lures "the young and fabulous" to this "high-end Kimpton" historic boutique in SoMa.
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