Our Internet search for lodging in San Francisco brought us to the Queen Anne because it was well located in an interesting neighborhood, it offered a complimentary breakfast, it has free wifi, a concierge service, and limited limousine service. The fact that it is a Victorian structure that survived the 1906 earthquake and fire, and that they serve tea, Sherry, and cookies at 4pm. everyday, made it even more intriguing. Upon arrival we were greeted by Laura, who proved to be most helpful during our stay, and she even personally presented us with a 40th wedding anniversary present. The staff was most accommodating and friendly. We enjoyed the fact that there were interesting restaurants and public transportation within easy walking distance. The Victorian furniture on every floor was delightful, and they were enhanced by the addition of beautiful Christmas decorations throughout. Except for our first and last days, when we had luggage to deal with, we enjoyed walking up the stairs to our quiet third floor room so we could look at all the fun furniture. The elevator was fun too, as it had it's own chandelier and an upholstered bench. The complimentary breakfasts included fresh fruit and waffles, and provided a perfect way to get started each day. If we should ever have another opportunity to visit San Francisco, we will choose the Queen Anne as our place to stay.