San Francisco has once again been named a top destination for travel in 2015 and for good reason. From its world class art exhibits to its rich historic appeal not to mention fine dining and award winning wine and beers, most travelers would be hard pressed to choose any other destination over this. If you are one of the expect tens of millions of visitors heading this year to San Francisco for any reason, review with us 3 of the best boutique hotels in the city. Come with Island Trader Vacations as we review 3 fantastic boutique hotels in San Francisco which ooze the luxury and charm you deserve during your stay.
A Joie de Vivre Hospitality hotel, Galleria Park is a boutique hotel with a name for luxury. Touting itself as “an urban oasis and the perfect pied-à-terre for exploring downtown San Francisco.”, this boutique hotel has a long history and an undeniably great location in the heart of Union Square. Recently completing its multimillion dollar renovations in 2013, the hotel now provides guests updated fitness rooms, newly renovated guest rooms and otherwise welcoming surroundings. First built in the early 1900’s, the hotels charm comes not just from its new design but its original décor as well. While the rooms may not be huge, they are comfortable and feature considerable amenities including room service, green certified and natural cleaning products, complimentary wine hour, pet friendly accommodations and a variety of unique concierge services optional as well including tours and transportation. The hotel also features a Parisian-style brasserie named Gaspar providing classic French fare and local vinos.
Taj Campton Place San Francisco
Another luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Union Square, this elegantly decorated boutique establishment features just 110 rooms. Known for its romantic appeal, this “quintessentially amazing” hotel is a landmark in the city dating back over 100 years. Winner of multiple awards including Best Hotel in the U.S. in 2010 and the 2013 Forbes Four Star Award but the restaurant has also earned a Michelin Star as well making it ideal not just for accommodations but dining as well. From its limestone soaking tubs to its plasma screens and for those in search of the ultimate in luxury, 1,170 square foot luxury suites with formal dining room and more, the Taj Compton is indeed a boutique hotel worth your time.
Inn at the Presidio
Last but not least on our list of luxury boutique hotels in San Francisco is the Inn at Presidio. Boasting stunning views of the Bay and a historic history, the Inn at the Presidio is one of the best in San Francisco and indeed, California. A historic treasure, the Inn and Presidio dates back to 1903. A Classic Revival brick building, it features a grand central staircase, outdoor deck and fire pit and of course an entry fit for royalty. Featuring only 22 rooms, all suites offer amazing details, natural fibers, charming accents and all the modern amenities you desire. LEED Gold Certified, this boutique hotel may lack fine dining but it is truly luxury at its finest in San Francisco and views you will be hard pressed to beat.
San Francisco breathes romance and luxury at every turn. Find out what you have been missing at these or other luxury boutique hotels in San Francisco.