Hotel Boheme, one of the most famous of all San Francisco hotels, evokes the Beat Generation within its walls, an intimate space reflecting late fifties North Beach. The strength of Hotel Boheme is in its sheer authenticity; originally built in the 1880’s, Hotel Boheme really was a prime hangout for Ginsberg, Kerouac and many others that represented the bohemian Beat movement. Memorabilia from this era line the walls, with the strong retro fabrics, burnt orange palatte and lampshades made from 50’s sheet music only helping to further this illusion. Oh and lets not forget: it’s comfortable, there is free Wi-Fi, the staff are friendly and the location is a knockout, acting as a quiet blast to the past in the centre of the modern metropolis. Hotel Boheme really does have it all.