My first stay at the charming Grove Inn was in 1990. I have been back, year after year. Other parts of this wonderful city may be more obvious choices for visitors, but this neighbourhood is so delightful.
Formulaic hotels may offer a lower price than being here: but what price, a unique experience in an historic building (originally a Gold Rush boarding house 1865)?
I simply wouldn't even think of staying anywhere other than the Grove Inn.
Klaus, the inn-keeper, is utterly charming. The accommodation is immaculately clean. Breakfast is provided. Fast wifi is complimentary - and: importantly for some of us, who need to work whilst away from home: it is a *secure* site, rather than being "public" wifi. And the wifi is in the bedrooms, rather than just being in a lobby area.
Staying in the Grove Inn is a huge pleasure and also feels like a privilege, to inhabit this wonderful building, even temporarily.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grove Inn, family owned and operated since 1983, is opening it's doors after extensive renovations. All of the rooms have been freshly updated and tastefully decorated. Originally built as a Gold Rush boarding house in the 1800's, the Italianate Victorian style inn is located in San Francisco's historic Alamo Square district. The Grove Inn is located in a picturesque part of the city, one block from the famous "Painted Ladies" Victorian houses, and centrally located in San Francisco. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grove Hotel San Francisco
- Grove Inn b&b