Aside from its iconic Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco is also known for its hippie vibe, and free-spirited, vibrantly beautiful visage.
San Fo, sits in the Northern California, on the tip of a peninsula surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and the well-loved San Francisco Bay. Aside from its well known year-round fog, cable cars, and colorful Victorian houses San Francisco, is a sight to behold with its countless Architectural structure and quirky, eclectic and surprisingly sexy hotels.
Just like other countries SF accommodations range from pricey 5-star luxurious hotels to cheap motel dives. But what’s great about San Francisco is their long list of boutique hotels, designed for you to experience classy artisan and unique one-of-a-kind stay.
We have rounded up 5 of the coolest hotels in Dan Francisco for travelers who want more than just a bed, but also an instagram worthy nook!
A nautical inspired boutique hotel, Argonaut Hotel is located near at Fisherman’s Wharf. The hotel features nautical decor accentuated by brick and timbers. This hotel offers a beautiful view of the wharf, and cool amenities for you to enjoy, like free bike rentals, a yoga mat in every room, and six “Tall” rooms with extra-long beds and raised shower heads.
French designer, Philippe Starck is the designer behind the chic demeanor of this hotel. With high class in style, the soaring lobby sports chairs from Ray and Charles Eames, a coffee table by Salvador Dali, and a surreal stool by Roberto Matta (inspired by René Margritte).
The cozy interiors of this hotel evoke the literary salons of the ’20s and ’30s with retro writing desks and armchairs that beg you to curl up with a book. The hotel is also lined with bookshelves at the lobby that boast off a refreshingly old-school glamour, to encompass an edgier accommodation feel.
THE BATTERY HOTEL
The Battery Hotel is an ambitious private club that aims to “play host to bright minds with big ideas, provide an atmosphere that’s simultaneously stimulating and relaxing, and offer cocktails, cuisine and culture worthy of discussion.”. Black, ash and grey colored the walls of the hotel giving off a more masculine appeal.
This sophisticated sanctuary accentuated with tangerine elements that liven up a scene from a Hitchcock movie!