Hotel Vertigo

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.

PROS

  • tons of personality
  • artsy decor

CONS

  • 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>

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 415-885–6800 | 800-553–1900

HOTEL DETAILS

102 rooms, 8 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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