A popular choice with the young and trendy, this hotel sits right at the heart of the city’s shopping district.
The Hotel G first opened its doors in 1908 as the Fielding Hotel and has since been added to and renovated, most recently in 2014, to create the modern style property you see today. The public rooms and guest rooms are filled with modern art pieces – created by artists with developmental disabilities – and retro furnishings which really add to the chic vibe the hotel exudes. We love the hotel’s setting just a short walk from Union Square – you’ll really be at the heart of the action here. The area is a high end shoppers’ paradise with the likes of Chanel, Saks Fifth Avenue and Louis Vuitton a stone’s throw away. If you haven’t had your fill of exercise hiking up and down the San Francisco hills there is a small fitness centre on site.
There’s plenty of dining options right out the door of the Hotel G – from diners and pizza places to Michelin-starred venues and sushi restaurants. Within the hotel itself there’s the Klyde Café & Wine Bar which offers traditional American bistro dishes and the Three 9 Brasserie which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you’re looking forward to a good night out in Downtown San Francisco the cocktail and oyster bar Benjamin Cooper is a great place to start or end the night.
As you might expect the rooms here reflect the contemporary design throughout the hotel. With just 153 rooms this is the smallest of our featured San Francisco hotels and if you are looking for simple yet comfortable accommodation in which to rest after days of sightseeing as well as state of the art amenities then this is a great choice. Choose from either a Good Queen or Great King Room which have a queen or kingsize bed respectively.
Just one block from Union Square and its many shops
Good to know
• Guests will be asked to provide a credit card with the front desk before signing privileges will be permitted • Minimum check-in age is 21 years for lead guest.
153 modern rooms
• See the sights of San Francisco such as Lombard Street • Ride a Market Street cable car • Explore the beautiful Golden Gate Park.
Bistro, restaurant, cocktail bar
*Denotes local charge