A giant Plinko board rises in the lobby of this art-filled downtowner, whose mezzanine games room befits the overworked Silicon Valley techies who are its target market. Built in 1903 and completely gutted in 2013 by the Viceroy Group, the 116-room hotel is up to date with all the latest gadgets. The design theme plays off salvage and rescue (which is also the name of the lobby bar), and repurposed materials are everywhere, as in the lobby's tiered chandelier of cast-off eye glasses. Rooms are bigger than average, uncluttered and whisper-quiet, with giant butcher-block architect's desks, plush beds with 500-thread-count sheets, and Bluetooth pairing to link your electronics with the 47-inch TV and Jambox speaker. The onsite Cavalier gastropub serves stick-to-your-ribs cooking that will keep you working all night.
|Venue name:||Hotel Zetta||Contact:|
55 5th St
|Cross street:||between Mission and Market Sts|
|Transport:||BART & Metro to Powell / Bus 6, 8AX, 8BX, 8X, 9, 10, 14, 14X, 27, 30, 45, 70, 71, 80, 91, 101, 101X, 292, 397, F, KX|