Hg2 : The Hedonist

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San Francisco

Hotel G
A boutique hotel near Union Square, Hotel G is a playful, stylish option for business and leisure travellers visiting San Francisco.
Inn at the Presidio
One for historically-minded travellers, the Inn at the Presidio is 22-room boutique hotel housed in a lovingly-restored Georgian Revival-style building.
The Huntington
Truly historic hotel that caters to an eclectic but monied clientele.
Hotel Zetta
Stylish, boutique hotel on the edge of SoMa, Hotel Zetta has all the gadgets, games and gizmos and boy could possibly dream of...
Hotel Kabuki
Inspired by the surrounding Japantown neighbourhood, you can even take a class in Japanese flower arranging here.
Westin St. Francis
One of the most historic hotels in San Francisco, catering mostly to tourists.
W San Francisco
Cutting edge design, a Bliss spa and thoughtful, quirky touches make this high-end meets business chic.
The Ritz Carlton
This 1900s landmark hotel is all marble and luxe, with expansive views and excellent tea and jazz brunches.
The Prescott Hotel
Enduring contemporary style with a great location that only Kimpton can deliver.
The Palace Hotel
19th century grandeur paired with the modern opulence you expect from a Starwood hotel.
The Handlery
Cheap and cheerful family-run hotel with gobs of business amenities.
The Fairmont
One of the great classic San Francisco hotels and place where Tony Bennett first sang I Left My Heart in San Francisco"."
The Argonaut
Nautically themed hotel with views of San Francisco Bay and Alcatraz.
Taj Campton Place
Martinis, deep soak tubs and views of Union Square.
St. Regis Hotel
Impeccable luxury at this old world hotel with views over San Francisco.
Orchard Garden Hotel
One of only five hotels in the world to garner a LEED cert for its green policies, but the Orchard Garden doesn't sacrifice quality and comfort.
Metro Hotel
Easy on the wallet but boasts a lovely interior garden and cosy, clean surrounds.
InterContinental San Francisco
This behemoth of a hotel is a classic San Francisco business hotel with all that entails.
InterContinental Mark Hopkins
Classic Nob Hill business hotel with all the bells and whistles.
Hotel Vitale
Vitale brings together natural textures and tones with high luxury.
Hotel Triton
The stylised Triton is a haunt for artsy types with rooms decorated in homage to edgy celebs.
Hotel Palomar
Super sophisticated SoMa hotel that even caters to tall people.
Hotel Monaco
Whimsy meets serious luxury in a 1910 Beaux Arts building downtown.
Hotel Diva
Hipsterific design hotel with a splash of the 80s in the decor and Apple products a-go-go.
Hotel Des Arts
Crisp, hip and with a predisposition to beautiful art.
Hotel del Sol
Family-friendly hotel full of 50s kitsch.
Hotel Boheme
A throwback to the Beat Generation, this was the actual hangout of Kerouac and Ginsberg.
Hotel Abri
Sleek and urban boutique hotel with all the trimmings.
Good Hotel
A San Francisco hotel with a conscience.
Four Seasons
Under-rated, old-school favourite that is a right of passage for many New Yorkers...
Ian Schrager's contribution to the design hotels in San Francisco is trendy and high-end.
Hotel Tomo
Themed around Japanese manga and J-pop, this hotel features a full suite of gaming options in its rooms.
The Phoenix Hotel
San Francisco's very own rock star hotel.
Hotel Adagio
Mediterranean-inspired decor and a Union Square-adjacent location make Adagio a win.

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