This quaint bed and breakfast is a beautifully maintained homage to San Francisco’s Victorian roots. White wicker furniture and French-provincial prints bring the charm but it’s the hotel’s thoughtful accents - claw-foot tubs (in some rooms), the 100-year old birdcage elevator, the tabby-cat Pip snoozing on the lobby’s vintage sofa - that put this 25-room Edwardian at the top of the mid-range hotel list. Breakfast and afternoon tea and cookies are included and well-behaved pets are welcome.
|Venue name:||The Golden Gate Hotel|
775 Bush St
|Cross street:||at Powell St|
|Transport:||cable car Powell-Hyde or Powell-Mason / Bus 2, 3, 76X|
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