I had stayed at the Queen Anne last year when visiting my sons in the city. Though we live primarily on the central coast of CA and also travel extensively, my fiancé was in Florida at the time working on the restoration of a historic Victorian house which we own and love south of Vero Beach. I was enchanted by the ambiance and the quality of the Queen Anne's furnishings, as well as the creativity in room designs. We'd yet to determine the when and where of our "older couple" wedding, and when staying at the Queen Anne, I realized that it was the perfect complement to our Florida home. Theming the wedding with Victorian attire, we had a small party of 16, just our children and grandkids, most of whom live in or close to SF. Michael and the entire staff went way out of their way to accommodate us, and Laura of Premier Catering was awesome. The small parlor is an ideal setting for an intimate wedding, and the crystal chandelier looked lovely hanging down upon the ceremony. The dining room is spacious yet ideal for a small group reception and we spread out to use it all, while the grandkids enjoyed chasing bubbles on the patio. We've stayed at lots of different kinds of hotels and B & Bs all over the world, but our heart does now belong to the Queen Anne Hotel in San Francisco. To the folks who have reviewed the hotel and criticized the scratches on the furniture, seriously, there are some exquisite and gorgeous antiques that someone preferring a more modern facility might not appreciate. But if you'd enjoy a true step back in time to a beautiful classically Victorian setting, then the Queen Anne will not disappoint. It's quaint, unique and reasonably priced considering the area. You want an amazing international continental breakfast and ultramodern high rise furnishings, try the Bella Sky in Copenhagen; or for super buffet breakfast, maybe a concierge suite on a quality cruise line. You want the coolest hotel in a city with lots of hotels of questionable quality, hit the Queen Anne for a serene and relaxed setting well situated in a vibrant city where parking is always a challenge, but their lot is close to the hotel and standard size for SF. I'm surprised that anyone would expect some fancy breakfast given the good rates for such charming and kitschy rooms.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A remarkable Victorian boutique hotel with 48 elegant rooms and suites. Constructed in the building boom following the California Gold Rush, these unique accommodations offer you modern amenities as they transport you to another era of quiet luxury and wild romance. Convenient located in the premier Pacific Heights district, known for stately Victorian mansions, wonderful restaurants, and the best in shopping (Fillmore, Sacramento, Union, Chestnut Streets). Easy stroll to Union Square and Cable Car Network. Your stay at the Queen Anne includes our table leg threatening continental breakfast, wifi, morning newspaper, afternoon tea & sherry. On weekday mornings, enjoy our local towncar delivery service. We invite you to discover the fabulous Queen Anne and hope to welcome you soon. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Queen Anne San Francisco