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A century-old classic is one of San Francisco's newest it hotels, where handsome, though small rooms evoke an aristocratic feel. Full review →
An ever-reliable choice in the theater district, this boutique hotel upped its understated-opulence game with a complete makeover, from its rooms to its restaurant. Full review →
When you walk into the ornate lobby of this 1913 building, it's easy to imagine the city during its Gold Rush heyday. Full review →
If you prefer high heels to hiking boots but can't afford the Ritz, the Warwick presents a (way) less-expensive alternative. Full review →The hotel was slated for renovations in 2014; request a remodeled room.
Located on the corner of a busy San Francisco intersection, the Warwick is a centrally located upscale hotel just a few minutes walk from Union Square. Full review →
Located between Mason and Taylor, catty-corner from the Curran and Geary theaters, this place sits solidly in the middle of the middle ranks, alongside the bohemian-tinged Rex Hotel. Full review →
Gold diggers are happy to find this "delightful gem" with "old-world charm" built in 1911 "in the heart of San Francisco" near Union Square.
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