Top 21 Cool and Unique Hotels in San Francisco 2023

Ever since the 1960s, San Francisco has been a vibrant melting pot of free thinkers, bohemians, and anything a little unconventional.

The Californian city has been at the forefront of many progressive movements from the Beat Generation to the revolutionary gay rights crusade.

With its reputation for being alternative and funky, it’s not surprising that you can find so many fabulously creative hotels nestled amongst its hilly districts.

Here are my favorite cool, hip, and unique hotels in San Francisco (in no particular order) guaranteed to inject lashings of color, fun, and uniqueness into your city stay…

Best For Trendy Design

Hotel Zetta

Hotel Zetta San Francisco - coolest hotel in San Francisco

Hotel Zetta bedroom in San Francisco

This 4-star exceptionally rated luxury hip boutique hotel has seen all the coolest magazines falling over themselves to name as one of the best-designed hotels in America. Bright, colorful, and arty with enough eccentricity to keep things interesting, the designers definitely haven’t held back here!

With a fabulous fusion of the old and new, centrally located Hotel Zetta San Francisco is housed in a refined neoclassical building but the inside has been completely renovated to feature a clever mix of modern design with plenty of classic and arty details – think reclaimed wood and antiques sitting alongside swanky modernist sofas and chairs.

With more than a little hint of fun, there’s even a two-story Plinko game in the lobby and a second-floor lounge that features billiards and shuffle-puck tables.

Located only a 9 minutes walk from buzzy Union Square and a 3-minute walk from the Powell Street cable car and BART rail station, this is a great choice for a hip hotel that combines high-tech lodging with artsy touches.

Also expect a free weekly yoga class, in-room spa services, smart TVs and games consoles, and a 24-hour fitness center – we’ll guarantee you’ll fall in love with this funky and chic San Francisco abode! 


Great onsite dining

Fun Games Room

State-of-the-art fitness center

Illy coffee machine and wireless Bluetooth speakers


Some bathrooms are small

Valet parking only

Extra charge for early check

Best For Great Breakfast

Proper Hotel

Hip hotel in San Francisco

Instagrammable hotel in San Francisco

Boutique hotel in San Francisco

San Francisco Proper Hotel offers the quintessential urban experience in the Market Street district and has been designated San Francisco’s hippest hotel by Forbes and Travel & Leisure. The landmark Beaux-Arts flatiron-style building is a short walk from Union Square, SoMa, Hayes Valley and the Central Market-Civic Center.

The vivid decor features walls and wall coverings designed by Kelly Wearstler. The luxurious rooms have handmade Aireloom beds, Italian linens, Aesop bath and body products, Vifa wireless speakers, a curated mini-bar and the Proper App, which connects to all hotel concierge services.

You can choose from three sophisticated dining options – Charmaine’s on the Rooftop, Villon and La Banda – with menus by Michelin-star-rated Chef Jason Fox.


Exceptional and unique design

Rooms with wet bars and cocktails

Great rooftop views

Seasonally-driven meals from Michelin-star chef


No microwaves in the rooms

Mini-bar prices a little high

Best For Partying


A fun and cool hotel in San Francisco

A hip Instagrammable hotel in San Franciso

Hip hotel in San Francisco

Otherwise known as the Rock’n’Roll hotel, this 1950’s style retro motor lodge is said to be where the likes of Little Richard, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Radiohead stay when they are in town.

This funky oasis enjoys a very hip location on the edge of San Francisco’s trendy Tenderloin district (only a 10-minute walk from to BART rail station which will take you to the rest of the city), the Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco combines colorful kitsch with a super caring ethos – they donate a percentage of their profits to local charities for example.

This ultra-hip San Francisco hotel is set around a retro motel-style courtyard, the trendy rooms and suites offer mod cons like free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minifridges and other hotel highlights include free passes to a nearby Japanese-style bathing facility, a seriously hip restaurant and a poolside lounge serving seasonal fare and creative cocktails.

Fun and partying is always high on the agenda at the Phoenix hotel and expect to see colorful murals at the bottom of the swimming pool, retro signs and original sculptures and art dotted around the courtyard. – a very cool place indeed!


Bands like Radiohead stay here

Fun poolside lounge

Serving seasonal fare and creative cocktails

Colorful murals in the swimming pool


No fridges in the rooms

Not suitable for kids

Some noise

Best For Boutique Style Accommodation


A boutique hotel in San Francisco

A hip and unique hotel in San Francisco

When staying in San Francisco, could you pick a better location than Union Square? The gorgeous Palihotel San Francisco is perfectly located in the Union Square area, next to the Powell Street and Market Street cable car line. This historic building has 82 renovated king, queen, and suited rooms, designed to suit a wide range of travelers.

There are many unique and romantic hotels in San Francisco but this is one of the best. This trendy hotel is also perfect for tourists as each room is a blend of classic and contemporary California-centric art and design.

You are walking distance from several theatres, bars, and restaurants, a cable-car ride away from the farmer’s market and pier, and a BART ride away from everything else in this vibrant city!


Boutique vibe with California-centric art

A chic bar with vintage-style furnishings

Popular theaters


and restaurants nearby


Not many spaces for parking

Some noise on street-facing rooms

Best For Trendy Design

Hotel Zeppelin

Hotel Zeppelin San Francisco - the trendiest hotels in San Francisco

Hotel Zeppelin bedroom San Francisco

Hmm…it’s tough trying to describe this cool San Francisco hotel but I think that’s the intention of its designers!

It’s at once kitschy, hip, futuristic and historical… in parts, it reminded me of a sci-fi film made in the 1960s, in others a very clean and swish Frat house and finally a luxurious spa hotel!

The 4-star and exceptionally rated Hotel Zeppelin is a beautiful mash-up of lots of styles and ideas that celebrate the cultural melting pot that is San Francisco, my room, for example, was a gorgeous melange of 1960s colors with lots of contemporary twists.

It features vintage turntables, vinyl records, and funky artwork as well as Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars. Suites and upgraded rooms feature unique touches such as fireplaces, and kitchenettes and some have gorgeous outdoor decks.

Overall it was comfy as well as being trendy and a huge bonus was that it was set in the upscale Nob Hill neighborhood right in the center of the city, just minutes from Union Square (and a 2-minute walk from the nearest cable car stop which will take you all over the city)

The service was outstanding and nothing was too much of an ask – all in all, just a fabulous, unique and unusual place to stay in San Francisco!


Complimentary drink upon arrival

Vintage turntables

vinyl records

and funky artwork

In-room Nespresso machine with pods

High-concept gaming room in the basement


Some rooms a little dark

Some rooms have street noise

No microwaves in guest rooms

Best For Innovative Architecture


A fun and trendy hotel in San Francisco

 A chic and unique hotel in San Francisco

Yotel bedroom San Francisco

The fun and funky 4-star Yotel San Francisco is the fourth hotel in the chain and has just opened in 2018 following the refurbishment of a historic building on Market Street.

The highly-rated hotel is great for tourists but also for people who are on a working holiday with onsite co-working areas and space for meetings and gatherings. Yotel San Francisco prides itself on providing innovation, efficiency, technology, and a sense of community and stand-out amenities include airline-style self-check-in desks and a one-stop concierge service known as ‘Mission Control.’

Guest rooms have a neat ‘cabin’ style and feature a mezzanine sleeping space and the very cool Technowalls – YOTEL’s signature smart TV where you can connect and personalize your space through mood lighting adjustment and mobile app streaming.

Still want more? There’s also a swish rooftop terrace and bar which offers fabulous 360-degree views of the city, a great choice for a unique stay in San Francisco!


Breakfast Burrito and full-day coffee

Rooftop bar with a terrace

Providing 360-degree city views

Mezzanine sleeping space with Techno-Walls


No parking available

No microwaves in guest rooms

No fridges in guest rooms

Best For Speakeasy Style Bar

Hotel Emblem

A chic hotel in San Francisco


Unique hotel in San Francisco


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Centrally located Hotel Emblem San Francisco is a much-loved Beat Generation-inspired boutique hotel. The historic building – which is located only a 3-minute walk from all the shops, restaurants, and theatres of Union Square – was painstakingly restored to offer a very unique accommodation experience in San Francisco.

Hailed as the ideal retreat for ‘literary minds, creative souls, and non-conformists’ with sleek dark and artistic interiors and literary-themed furnishings.

The rooms at this unusual San Francisco hotel are chic and spacious with custom wall coverings, hand-painted lampshades, and an excellent range of modern amenities including smart TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, and free WiFi.

Other very cool touches include a free nightly wine hour, a trendy bar serving up retro cocktails, weekly art events, and live jazz and random poetry readings at their popular on-site Café Andrée, a pretty special and very popular place to stay!


Complimentary wine

Handcrafted cocktails

Poetry slam nights in a Speakeasy style lounge bar

Ideal for literary minds and creative souls


Some rooms are a bit small

Paid valet parking

Fridge on request only

Best For Instagrammable Design

Hotel Triton

A unique hotel San Francisco

A beautiful boutique hotel San Francisco

One of the most popular hotels in San Franciso, a stay at the cool and highly rated boutique 4-star Hotel Triton San Francisco is anything but dull.

Located in the heart of the city (opposite the Chinatown Gate and only a five-minute walk from all the hustle and bustle of Union Square), from the moment you step into the lobby you’ll enter a beautiful, chic, and artistic world with eco-friendly guest rooms that pay tribute to Jack Kerouac.

With its tireless dedication to creativity, this hip San Francisco hotel even hosts art exhibits by local artists. As well as free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen TV, use of yoga mats, in-room spa treatments, eco-friendly boutique bath amenities, an honesty bar filled with organic treats, and a daily wine hour, Hotel Triton is also known for its hosting of a number of vibrant events.


Welcome treats

fresh coffee

and tea

Popular location near Union Square

Eco-friendly rooms paying tribute to Jack Kerouac

Organic treats bar and a daily wine hour


No tea and coffee facility in room

Some outside noise

Best For Themed Room Decor

Hotel Kabuki

Hotel Kabuki San Francisco - a Japanese hotel in SF

Hotel Kabuki San Francisco

The highly-rated Hotel Kabuki San Francisco is a stylish blend of Eastern convenience and Western aesthetics and the owners have succeeded in creating something really unique! I was immediately hit by the tranquil atmosphere of the hotel despite it being just a mile away from central San Francisco (the hotel is set in Japantown, three blocks from the shops and restaurants of Fillmore Street and 1.2 miles from Union Square).

The beautifully decorated, Japanese-influenced rooms feature luxurious linens, flat-screen TVs, and iPod docks and in-room spa treatments. Opt for an upgraded room and you’ll find gorgeous Japanese soaking tubs, balconies and/or whirlpool tubs.

Other fabulous features at this unique and chic San Francisco hotel include free bathing passes to the nearby Kabuki Springs and Spa and a sleek lounge serving Japanese and American fare. Definitely a cool and unusual gem of a boutique hotel.


Rooms with Japanese-influenced decor

Free bathing passes for Kabuki Springs

Garden with a koi pond and whirlpool tubs


Some rooms can be small

Paid parking only

Best For Funky Vibe

citizenM Union Square

Quirky hotel in San Francisco

Funky hotel in San Francisco

The citizenM hotels, where the M stands for mobile, are geared to a millennial, nomadic sensibility that makes itself at home in big cities around the world.

Like other citizenM locations, this trendy hotel is in the middle of all the excitement, with Westfield shopping, Union Square, Chinatown and the Civic Center less than 15 minutes on foot. You can take the iconic Powell Street cable car for destinations further afield.

Like the city, citizenM San Francisco Union Square is sophisticated, colorful, friendly, quirky, and welcoming.

The entrance leads into a living room rather than a formal lobby, furnished with comfortable, colorful furniture from Vitra, books, and irreverent artwork by local artists.

The rooms are necessarily small but well-designed, with the most comfortable beds. Food and drinks are available at the canteenM 24/7, and there are plenty of dining options in the area.


Colorful setting with a playful vibe

In-app mood lighting and sliding curtains

Accessible location with popular attractions


Some small rooms

Fun vibe might not suit everyone

Best For Rooftop Bar with Great Views

Hotel Via

Cool hotels in San Francisco

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The newest boutique hotel in San Francisco, but it’s also one of the largest! Their tagline is “Beyond Boutique”, and it’s understandable why!

Their décor is modern and sophisticated with custom-made furniture and each room is equipped with 43 inch smart TVs, Illy coffee machines, KEYPR guest experience, and plush terry cloth robes.

The four-star Hotel Via San Francisco Located in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, this trendy hotel boasts a 360-degree view over Oracle Park, the Bay, and the San Francisco skyline from its rooftop bar – perfect for Instagram lovers!

Even some of their corner rooms have these stunning views. Naturally, this is the perfect location if you’re coming for a ball game – you may even be able to watch it from the comfort of your own room!


Rooftop bar with bay and city views

Small plates based on seasonal ingredients

Chic bar and grill with fire pits and cabanas


Private parking is pricey

Restaurant Menu is a bit limited

Some areas restricted during events

Best For Great Location

The Clift

Beautiful hotel in San Francisco

A hip hotel San Francisco




































This famous San Francisco institution of a hotel is a delicious fusion of luxury, history, and high art with pieces by Dali and Roberto Matta rubbing shoulders with crafted furniture and a tasteful design by Phillipe Starck throughout.

Located a 6-minute walk from all the upscale shopping at Union Square and 4-minute walk from a Muni Metro station, the much loved and highly rated Hotel Clift, San Francisco offers a beautiful and elegant San Francisco stay!

The room at this trendsetting San Francisco accommodation was gorgeous, calm, and comfortable with a custom sleigh bed adorned with the finest quality linens and a state-of-the-art entertainment system that included a flat-screen cable TV. MALIN + GOETZ toiletries featured in the en suite bathrooms and a beautiful view of the city out my window.

A top hotel to stay in San Francisco to experience the beautiful bohemian soul of the city with all the sumptuous modern comforts and that you need in life!


A redwood bar offering dinner with live music

Free tea and coffee with chess in the lounge

High-design lobby and trendy nightlife

Great central location very near Union Square


Parking is extra and pricey

Restaurant gets busy

Best For Pet-friendly Stay

The Clancy

Cool hotel in San Francisco

Industrial chic hotel in San Francisco

Retro chic hotel in San Francisco

San Francisco has many moods and The Clancy San Francisco captures its style of cool sophistication, blending a retro ‘70s sensibility with contemporary elegance. Light, open public spaces are matched with modernist designs and furnishings that mix pastels with bright jewel tones for a harmonious, energizing feeling. 

The downtown hotel puts guests close to major attractions like the museums, Union Square, shopping, San Francisco Bay excursions at the Embarcadero, and the cable car line.

Rooms have comfortable beds, work desks with ergonomic chairs and breathtaking city views from the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Most hotels in the Bay Area are pet-friendly, but The Clancy goes above and beyond, with special beds, bathrobes, and local pet treats. At the Seven Square Taproom there’s a special pet menu, as well as locally-sourced, artisanal dishes for the humans.


Velvet-furnished subtle neon lobby

Continental dishes with pet-menu

Ideal for baseball fans with a stadium nearby


Parking is extra and pricey

No microwaves in rooms

Best For Fun Vibe

W San Francisco

W San Francisco hotel - a trendy hotel

W hotel San Francisco - a cool place to stay




















Located in the dynamic SoMa district (the South of Market neighborhood which is dotted with upscale dining options and high-energy nightclubs, only a four-minute walk to a Muni light-rail stop and a mile from San Francisco Bay), the fabulous 4-star exceptionally rated San Francisco version of the famed W chain is located deep in the heart of the city’s energy.

The bright contemporary rooms at W Hotel San Francisco offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and Wi-Fi and upgraded rooms feature sitting areas and/or skyline or city views and they also offer everything from the unrivaled proximity to the trendiest locations to making bold statements of luxury and an eco-minded ethos – they serve up only sustainable cuisine in their sophisticated restaurant TRACE for example.

At this wonderfully hip San Francisco hotel, also expect to make full use of their gorgeous luxe spa, a hip lounge, a fantastic nightclub-style cocktail bar that overlooks the restaurant, a have-to-be-seen-to-be-believed sleek fitness center which features a glass ceiling and their exclusive whatever/whenever service which offers the ultimate in indulgence and is tasked with taking care of guests every possible whim! Get ready to lose your heart to the W! 


Great design

service and hip SOMA district location

Chic nightclub-style cocktail bar

FIT sky-lit gym and locally sourced sustainable cuisine


Not for the budget-friendly crowd

Pricey valet parking

Best For Rooms with Balconies

Hotel Zephyr

A unique hotel in San Francisco

A funky hotel in San Francisco

A trendy hotel in San Francisco






















































Hotel Zephyr San Francisco is right bang smack in the middle of the popular tourist haunt of Fishermans Wharf (5 miles from the Golden Gate Bridgebut this no ordinary tourist trap! It is, in fact, an upscale and highly regarded boutique hotel that celebrates the industrial maritime heritage of the city and throws in plenty of fun too.

As a former hosteller, I loved this place because it’s laid out to encourage interactions, from the cool outdoor courtyard complete with a fire pit, seating, and sculptures, a fun food truck and giant board games to the quirky yet luxurious lobby complete with portholes and furniture made from old dock signs – wonderful!

The trendy San Francisco accommodation is bright and comfortable too and there are loads of nice little touches that make it unique…for example, alongside the usual smart TV I spotted backgammon and chess in my room as well as a balcony offering fabulous views over the Wharf.

Opt for a suite and you’ll also find floor-to-ceiling windows and other amenities include a colorful gym and free parking. 

This place is cheeky, quirky, and fun but also uncompromising in comfort – for seafarers and landlubbers alike, I would recommend it wholeheartedly!


Rooms with balconies

Bay and Wharf views

Game room with a pool table

Sculptured terrace with fire pits


Parking is extra and pricey

Some rooms can be small

Best For Indoor Swimming Pool

Hotel Nikko

Best hotels in San Francisco

Luxury hotel in San Francisco

Hotel Nikko San Francisco embodies classic luxury in the heart of San Francisco, with spacious rooms, gracious and comfortable seating, picture windows and elegant lighting. The Union Square location is within walking distance of Chinatown, Embarcadero and Market Street.

The chic rooms and suites have Japanese-inspired decor, pillow-top beds, and in-room dining with a varied menu. Dogs are welcome and along with other facilities, they have a Pup Terrace to run around and play.

With so many dining choices nearby, guests and locals frequently prefer the on-site Restaurant ANZU, which offers a fusion menu of contemporary California and Japanese cuisine, with local and seasonal ingredients.

Another on-site attraction is Feinstein’s, the hotel’s cabaret nightclub with live music, comedy acts, and shows.


Complimentary breakfast and evening socials

Contemporary American & Japanese cuisines

Very stylish indoor swimming pool

Funky food truck serving Californian fare


Can get booked up

Expensive valet parking

Best For Millennials and Gen Zs

Moxy Oakland

Trendy hotel in San Francisco

Fun hotel in San Francisco

Instagrammable hotel in San Francisco

A fun and spirited design hotel in Oakland’s Arts & Entertainment District, Moxy Oakland is located close to all attractions and restaurants.

For a contrast to the urban setting, you can drive five minutes to the wildlife refuge at Lake Merritt, which is really a large tidal lagoon.

An intricate art installation titled Shapeshift Oakland by local artist Thom Faulders extends over six storeys of the building’s facade. Within, colorful art, exposed ceiling pipes, and distressed furniture play up the theme of industrial chic.

The Bar Moxy in the center of the hotel just below the lobby can double as an office space or social hub. The patio lounge is likewise a good place to meet and relax.

The bedrooms are well-designed and patterned woven throws in subtle colors add a unique touch.


Massive tidal lagoon for sea-lovers


board games in the game room

Live music


and DJ nights


Sociable vibe might not suit introverts

Not for all ages

Best For Fisherman’s Wharf Location

Hotel Zoe Fisherman’s Wharf

Top hotels in San Francisco

Design hotel in San Francisco

Hotel Zoe Fisherman's Wharf

Tucked away in one of San Francisco’s most exciting neighborhoods, Hotel Zoe Fisherman’s Wharf is a quiet oasis of luxury where you can rest and recharge. A short walk brings you to Pier 39, Ghirardelli Square, the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, and the trolley stop.

The decor is inspired by the understated comfort of a luxury yacht, with warm wood accents, neutral tones and sophisticated materials. Genuine artworks such as the wire mesh sculptures in the lobby by Japanese-American artist Ruth Asawa are scattered throughout the hotel.

Comfortable beds and luxury toiletries ensure a good night’s sleep and an energizing start in the morning.The courtyard is a good place to relax near the firepits for chilly San Francisco evenings, and many of the rooms overlook this tranquil space.

The Pescatore Trattoria serves classic Italian foods with a West Coast touch and delicious breakfasts as well.


Neutral tones

and cozy vibes

Stylish bar and trattoria-style restaurant

Complimentary morning coffee in the lobby


Expensive valet parking

Some rooms are small

Best For Families


Intagrammable hotel in San Francisco

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Located in the legendary Haslett Warehouse in Fisherman’s Wharf (only ais a 12-minute walk from Pier 39 and 0.5 miles from Alcatraz Island), this exceptionally rated chic 4-star boutique hotel in San Francisco has indeed cast itself in iconic terms.

Argonaut Hotel has topped many a best hotel list for years now and pays homage to the city’s Barbary Coast days with a tasteful nautical theme and ship paraphernalia galore.

The exposed brick image nods to its pioneering past while the slick design celebrates the city’s eclectic vibe and even the porthole-shaped mirrors manage to remain tasteful.

There’s also careful attention to detail at this contemporary San Francisco stay with luxury linens, in-room spa treatments, yoga mats, and – in upgraded rooms – whirlpool tubs and sublime views of Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay.

Throw in a superb spa, a complimentary wine reception, a seafood restaurant with terrace seating, eco-friendly credentials, and pet-friendly attitudes and you have a hotel hero even Greek legend would consider worthy of the name!


Complimentary wine

Stunning Views of Golden Gate Bridge and the Bay

Family rooms available

A terrace seafood restaurant


Can get booked up

Some outside noise at night

Best For Bay Views

Kimpton Alton

Unique boutique hotel in San Francisco

Chic upscale hotel in San Francisco

This hip hotel on the San Francisco waterfront captures the cool, laid-back California style with views of the Bay, Fisherman’s Wharf and the Pacific Ocean. The cheerful, modernist decor, artwork and furniture along with greenery and natural light create bright, energizing public spaces.

Within walking distance you’ll find Ghirardelli Square, North Beach, the Maritime Museum, the Boudin Bakery famous for its sourdough bread, Pier 39, and the trolley stop.

The comfortable rooms at Kimpton Alton Hotel, an IHG Hotel are calm spaces with sleek, retro-chic inspired furniture and muted, relaxing colors. Freestanding bathtubs add to the quirky charm, as do the sculptural light fixtures and Victrola Record Players in every room. Guests can borrow records from the Vinyl library in the lobby.

The ABACÁ restaurant serves contemporary Filipino-Californian cuisine, and there is a daily free alcohol happy hour with fruit juice for the kiddies.


Rooms offering stunning bay views

Regular evening socials with wine

Upscale Filipino restaurant with a bar

Bathrooms with free-standing tubs


Breakfast is not included

No microwave in rooms

No elevators

Best For Bed and Breakfast

Noe's Nest Bed and Breakfast

Cute Bed and Breakfast San Francisco

Historic boutique hotel in San Francisco

If you’ve always wanted to live in a genuine San Francisco Victorian house, this charming bed & breakfast will help you live your dream!

The gorgeous rooms and suites at Noe’s Nest Bed and Breakfast all have their individual names and unique furnishings in character, with fascinating antiques and artwork. Some rooms look out over the backyard garden while others have views of the city and Twin Peaks.

The location in the heart of the city, between the Noe Valley and Mission District, is close to all the shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and novelty stores on Valencia Street Corridor and Mission Street. Transportation to downtown is nearby.  

A breakfast buffet is served every morning, with special frittatas and French toast on weekends, and guests have a full self-serve kitchen as well. 


Colorful rooms with vintage accents

Breakfast buffet is served in the kitchen

Cabana room with separate entrance

Garden with fountains and seating


Early morning breakfast

Children are not allowed

No rollaway

Comparing Extraordinary Hotels in San Francisco

The following table compares the Top 21 Cool and fun Hotels in San Francisco on the basis of various attributes. 

Hotel NameLocationPrice Range (per night)Fitness FacilitiesDistance to Attractions (km)Nearby Restaurants
Virgin Hotel250 Fourth St$280-$405Yes1.33
Hotel Zetta55 5th Street, Union Square$289-$385Yes0.952
Proper Hotel 1100 Market Stree$401-$793Yes1.12
Phoenix601 Eddy Street$232-$256No1.32
Palihotel417 Stockton Street$221-$571No0.753
Hotel Zeppelin545 Post Street, Union Square$278-$543Yes0.93
Yotel1095 Market Street$211-$537Yes1.13
Hotel Emblem562 Sutter Street, Union Square$365-$324No0.93
Hotel Triton342 Grant Avenue, Union Square$284-$511No1.12
Hotel Kabuki1625 Post Street$348-$647Yes1.23
citizenM Union Square72 Ellis Street, Union Square$208-$259Yes1.13
Hotel Via138 King Street, South Beach$406-$756No1.32
The Clift495 Geary Street, Union Square$213-$763Yes0.93
The Clancy299 Second Street$339-$470Yes0.953
W San Francisco181 Third Street$475-$1067Yes1.13
Hotel Zephyr250 Beach Street$292-$360No1.63
Hotel Nikko222 Mason Street$370-$587Yes0.752
Moxy Oakland2225 Telegraph Avenue$229-$310Yes1.63
Hotel Zoe Fisherman's Wharf425 North Point Street$272-$482No1.63
Argonaut495 Jefferson Street$329-$1465Yes1.43
Kimpton Alton2700 Jones Street$184-$573Yes1.13
Noe's Nest Bed and Breakfast1257 Guerrero street$295-$397No32

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  1. Love visiting the bay area! One of our favorite hotels to relax near San Francisco is Cavallo Point. It’s right next to the Golden Gate Bridge so the views are stunning.

  2. I can recommend the Hotel Rex. I stayed there recently after four weeks in corporate hotels in Singapore, Los Angles and Boston. This place was a breathe of fresh air. Great customer service and the wine was a welcome beverage after a long day sightseeing. And the bar is full of local people who will eagerly ask you to join them for a drink and a chat.

  3. I have fortunately had the opportunity to go to San Francisco some years ago with my family. I never actually stayed in the city, as it was a day trip (I was actually staying in San Jose). Checking out these hotels really reminds me of the culture of the place, though. These hotels are cool because they are all so different from each other. The Pheonix hotel looks particularly cool, though I may be biased because that frog playing a guitar statue is just sort of epic!


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