Whether you prefer boutique lodging, upscale suites, or alternative accommodations, our guide to hotel districts will help you find just the right place to rest your eyes.
The Axiom Hotel - - where history meets the digital age – is located on Powell Street at the nexus of San Francisco’s historic Union Square and innovative SoMa district. Our pet-friendly boutique hotel rooms and suites welcome those who desire a digital lifestyle delivered through seamless technology and elevated guest service. We are located in a century-old San Francisco building, infusing classic architecture with electric modern design.
Chancellor Hotel is one of the few family owned and operated hotels in San Francisco. The family's highest priority is maintaining the same tradition, service and value that made the Chancellor Hotel on Union Square the landmark that it is today.
Set a 4-minute walk from Union Square, this trendy hotel is nine minutes on foot from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and 2 minutes' walk from the closest transit stop.
An inspired fusion of old-world hotel elegance with distinctly contemporary energy and glamour, the nearly century-old Clift’s modern and daring sense of diversity perfectly captures the city’s spirit. Steps from Union Square shopping and the legendary Nob Hill, Clift is perfectly located for sightseeing, shopping and socializing. The thrilling monumental scale and fantastical furnishings create a dream-like composition that is the cornerstone of Clift’s magic.
Originally built in 1910, Cornell Hotel de France has been owned and operated by the Lambert Family for fifty years. In that time the Lamberts have created, in San Francisco, the kind of small three star hotel that may be found on the rive gauche in Paris. For a moderate price, customers can have the personal comfort of a bed and breakfast.
Completely renovated, mixing the charm of the past and modern amenities, the Cornell Hotel is unique and distinctly European, easy going, and profuse with art and history.
Each hallway features fine prints of a single artist: Modigliani, Matisse, Chagall, Gauguin,Toulouse Lautrec...the first floor being devoted to Jeanne D’Arc.
Individually decorated, each room is equipped with cable television and telephone with private voice mail.
On the lower floor cold drinks are available, ice is at the patrons’ disposal and Restaurant Jeanne D’Arc offers authentic French cuisine in a romantic setting.
A full breakfast* is served there every morning to the guests of the Hotel (* additional charge)
Parking is offered in the vicinity of the hotel.