When Heywood Hotel opened in 2012, Cesar Chavez St. had just begun transformation into one of the city’s hippest neighborhoods. Now that it’s a hotbed of retail and upscale restaurants, Heywood serves as a middle point between the past and present, a 1925 bungalow outfitted with seven suites marked by timeless interior touches like longleaf pine floors and cathedral ceilings, mixed with modern locally-made furnishings, from handcrafted bed-frames to throw pillows designed by local artists. One of the city’s best taco trucks, Veracruz All Natural is just down the street—ride there on one of Heywood’s complimentary bicycles.
|Venue name:||Heywood Hotel|
1609 E Cesar Chavez St
|Cross street:||between Comal St and Chalmers Ave|
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