Clift San Francisco | 495 Geary St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
If you are looking for the edgy and chic boutique hotel, the Clift is the perfect stop. Located in a century old building just next to Union Square, the Clift blends the old with the modern incorporating glamour and design. The hotel lobby, designed by Philippe Starck, features an eclectic collection of furniture such as a coffee table by Salvador Dali. The beautifully crafted bedrooms are fresh, minimal and bright and include Philippe Starck designed English sycamore custom king sleigh beds. The enviable central locations allows guests to fully experience the city.
Hotel Zeppelin | 545 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94102, USA
Nostalgic for the days of The Rolling Stones, the Beatles and of course Led Zeppelin, this chic boutique-hotel presents a playful, luxurious fusion of the 60s and 70s, from its flower and peace-inspired decorations to its vintage record players in almost every room. The rooms’ and suites’ black, grey and cream hues, along with their plush, jewel-toned pillows and lava lamps contribute to the retro-glam vibe. Within walking distance of the iconic Union Square, this rock star-like, down-town retreat is also a 15-minute cable car ride from North Beach and fifteen blocks from the BART street cars, mini buses and trains, perfect for exploring the city centre. A games rooms complete with arcade favourites and screens for the sport, a fitness centre with state-of-the-art equipment, and a concierge service are just some of the outstanding amenities which round off this hotel’s five-star pampering.
The St. Regis San Francisco | 125 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA
In a city of inimitable style and culture, The St Regis San Francisco hotel embodies a new chapter of extraordinary hospitality in the vibrant SoMa district (or South of Market). Understated but unmistakeable grand luxury pervades the atmosphere of this hotel immediately visible in its spectacular lobby. This vibe continues into the rooms and suites with their cream bedding, olive-green chaise lounges and 24-hour butler service. The hotel is only five minutes’ walk from the famous Market Street – where shops, restaurants and an abundance of nightlife choices are – promising guests a fully accessible city experience.
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Café Zoetrope | 916 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA
In 1972 Francis Ford Coppola converted the Sentinel Building into the headquarter for his production company, American Zoetrope, where many of his masterpiece like the Godfather II and III, Apocalypse Now and Dracula were created. Café Zoetrope opened in 1999 on the ground floor of the building, with a unique European style, serving a great selection of Italian and Californian wines and authentic Italian cuisine – many of the dishes on the menu are Coppola’s own recipes.
Saison | 178 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Started as a weekly pop-up, Saison is now rated n.27 in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Head chef Joshua Skenes creates a multi-course daily changing tasting menu, using just local and seasonal produce. Located in SoMa, the restaurant design mixes industrial elements with soft furnishing, and the open kitchen allows guests to enjoy the busy chefs at work.
Benu | 22 Hawthorne St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA
After working for the French Laundry and Per Se, in 2010 Corey Lee opened his first solo adventure, Benu. The restaurant is located on the ground floor of an historic building in the SoMa district that used to be the headquarter for the San Francisco News Paper Company. In 2014, Benu was awarded 3 Michelin star. The restaurant offers a multi-course tasting menu delivering modern American cuisine mixed with Asian flavours.
Napa Valley is one of the world’s premier wine regions and famous for its prized Cabernet Sauvignon. Whether you take a hot air balloon ride, a winery tour and tasting or enjoy fine dining and shopping, Napa Valley is a feast for all the senses.
In the 1990s, with the dotcom boom, the streets of South of Market had a rapid renovation. Warehouses transformed into high-end apartments and lofts, and edgy and chic bars and restaurants opened in the streets. Nowadays, tech companies work in the area and SoMa is home to many museums including the SFMOMA (San Francisco Museum of Modern Art).
April 6th 2017