Edit Module Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Get Away in Style in San Francisco

We live right next to one of the world’s favorite travel destinations, which also happens to be one of the most romantic. Here are three properties high on style yet gentle on the wallet.



What better way to savor San Francisco history than a stay in a century-old hotel? The Marker, at the corner of Geary and Taylor, opened in 1910 as the Bellevue, and the seven-story, 240-room beauty is a stellar example of the Beaux Arts architectural style. Today this landmark, managed by Joie de Vivre Hospitality, still has many of the original features, including the impressive central fireplace with built-in benches, the grand staircase and stone floors.
Highlights Location, location, location — two blocks from Union Square, it’s a great base if you’re seeing a play and looking to grab a pre- or post-show meal.
Don’t Miss The Manhattan cocktail at the on-site Italian eatery Tratto is one for the must-have list.
Cost Rates start at $220 per night.

Read our extended article here.



A weekend in Japantown can feel like a true getaway. The newly renovated (as in $32 million) Hotel Kabuki at 1625 Post Street is conveniently located for trips to the Fillmore District, the Marina District and the beach, yet Japantown itself is chock-full of gems within walking distance. The remodel retained the hotel’s historic exterior, with the onetime 1960s community center (currently the garden rooms) connected to the former Japanese Consulate (currently the tower rooms). The interiors were completely refreshed by Brooklyn-based MarkZeff Design.
Highlights The hip lobby bar is an ideal spot for a rendezvous, business meeting, midday breather or evening wind-down with bar bites and artisanal cocktails.
Don’t Miss In the outdoor fire pit of the Zen garden just off the bar, you can sip your sake in solitude.
Cost Rates start at $249 per night.

Read our extended article here.



This lodge in the U.S. Army’s former “Infantry Row” is a plush way to explore the city’s military past. It’s situated in one of the five Montgomery Street Barracks the army built between 1895 and 1897. The three-story, 42-room hotel is one of 470 structures in the Presidio on the National Registry of Historic Places and is the latest to be refreshed. Besides the lodge’s so-close-you- can-almost-touch-it views of the Golden Gate Bridge, you can enjoy the Presidio’s 24 miles of hiking trails and bike trails, restaurants within walking distance, the 18-hole Presidio Golf Course, and the Walt Disney Family Museum.
Highlights The hotel’s art collection, curated by Julie Coyle and Associates of Marin, includes a formation over the dining room fireplace made of rock from beneath the building’s foundation dating back to Ohlone times. In the lobby, a shadow box titled “A Soldier’s Story” displays typical possessions of army men.
Don’t Miss The complimentary evening reception (5 to 7 p.m.) features Bakers of Paris focaccia, Molinari meats, Cowgirl Creamery cheeses, nuts, crackers and grapes, and Napa and Sonoma wines.
Cost Rates start at $275 per night, presidiolodging.com.



Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Add your comment:
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Partner Content

Top 5 CBD Products for Flu & Cold Season

CBD can help with pain and anxiety, but did you know that it can also help you beat the cold or flu? [Sponsored]

Cannabis for Lovers: How to use Cannabis as an Aphrodisiac

February is for lovers, and lovers who add cannabis into their routine are in for a treat! [Sponsored]

Medical BioMagnetism Could be a New Way to Deal with Pathogens

A Greenbrae vibrational medicine practitioner says that we can help deal with our epidemic of pathogens using the PH-neutralizing power of magnets. [Sponsored]

Heath's Ceramic Director Collaborates with Artek

Tung Chiang is a talented artisan behind the beautiful ceramic creations that are central to the Heath brand [Sponsored]

Healing with Horses at Miwok Stables

A pro bono therapeutic riding program helps women in cancer recovery [Sponsored]
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags