We really enjoyed the fresh and modern look to this old hotel. It has a history as a hotel for unmarried military officers back in the day...you can feel the lively spirit of the place. The decor feels modern-masculine and fresh! The plaid carpet up the stairs to our room on the 3rd floor was one I might use in my son's room. We had a large suite with a pull -out sofa and a gas fireplace. There were lots of windows and we could see the Golden Gate Bridge in the distance! The room was bright!
There was only one flat screen TV in the sitting area and not in the separate bedroom...boo hoo.
I think they may add it in the future....there is that perfect place above the huge dresser right across from the bed. A very comfortable bed by the way.
The bathroom was really pretty with striking shiny dark blue tiles surrounding the tub/shower combo. A black solid- surface counter top/sink area large enough for cosmetics and such. One of my favorite hotel bathrooms lately! Again, a very bright room!
Be prepared to walk up the stairs with your luggage...no elevator. Third floor rooms avoid the creaky floors though.
There was good coffee and fruit/cucumber water in the breakfast room when we checked in. The breakfast was nice the next morning with a fresh fruit salad, yogurt, pastries, etc. The wine and cheese was served 5-7 pm.
Easy parking....right behind the hotel.
You are quite isolated here, but we strolled over to a food-truck event within a 5 minute walk. It is called Off The Grid and is a "happening" locals hangout on Sundays at the edge of a nice park. Within about a 20 minute walk are some other casual restaurants/bars like Liverpool Lil's. The Marina District is not too far away.
Reception is odd.... just a desk inside a room off the front door.
The Presidio would be very cool to explore and the trails are everywhere!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The most unique San Francisco hotel experience comes from the Inn at the Presidio. Tucked into the luscious Presidio—a National Historic Landmark—this hotel near Golden Gate Bridge was once an elegant home for bachelor U.S. Army officers. The Inn at the Presidio, in the northwest corner of the city, has 22 rooms, 17 of which are suites including a gas fireplace and sofa sleeper. Complimentary continental breakfast and afternoon wine and cheese receptions are part of your stay. Our San Francisco lodging also features an outdoor patio with a gas fire fit, porches with rocking chairs, and grand public lobby areas. Enjoy free Wi-Fi throughout the whole Presidio hotel, as well as a daily morning newspaper. In its Georgian Revival-style building, the inn also has meeting spaces for functions of up to 20 people which can be reserved for private, memorable events and meetings. Enjoy easy access to the Pacific Ocean, Crissy Field, Fisherman’s Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, and other quintessential sights. For unmatched San Francisco accommodations, book your Inn at the Presidio reservations today. ... more less
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