940 Sutter St., between Leavenworth and Hyde Sts., San Francisco, California, 94109, United States
Scenes in Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller Vertigo were shot in this ornate hotel (it was a speakeasy during Prohibition), and designer Thomas Schoos has infused the guest rooms with a reckless, whimsical tribute—consider the tangerine highlights and the horse-head lamps, not to mention the classic Vertigo swirl logo along the walls. Although the hotel's block includes several apartment buildings, a fancy salon, and cafés, the neighborhood can be dicey, so exercise caution when walking here at night.
- tons of personality
- artsy decor
- borderline neighborhood
- no air-conditioning. <span>940 Sutter St.</span>, <span>between Leavenworth and Hyde Sts.</span>, <span>Nob Hill</span>, <span>San Francisco</span>, <span>CA</span>, <span>94109</span>. <span>415/885–6800 or 800/553–1900</span>. <span><a href="http://www.hotelvertigosf.com">www.hotelvertigosf.com</a></span>. <span>102 rooms, 8 suites</span>. <span>In-room: no a/c, Internet, Wi-Fi. In-hotel: restaurant, business center, parking</span>
Rate Includes: No meals
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