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The Mosser Hotel

At a Glance

    Pros

  • convenient location
  • reasonably priced
  • music-themed rooms
  • lively SoMa location

    Cons

  • a third of the rooms are without private baths
  • can be loud

The Mosser Hotel Review

Originally built by patron of the arts Alice Phelan in 1913 as the Keystone, this property was purchased in 1981 by composer Charles W. Mosser and refreshed in 2012; the result is a compatible pairing of contemporary decor and original Victorian architectural elements. Recent upgrades include double-pane windows, new bedding, fresh sofas, flat-screen TVs, and spruced-up color schemes. A musical motif extends throughout: Studio Paradiso, which offers state-of-the-art recording equipment and an expert technical staff, is next door, and handsomely framed lithographs of recording equipment hang on the walls of the rooms. About three-quarters of the rooms have tiled private baths with deep tubs, and the rest offer clean, convenient shared facilities on each floor. Annabelle's Bar & Bistro serves contemporary California-style cuisine for lunch and dinner. Ask for special rates at this convenient, stylish, family-owned hotel.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 54 4th St., SoMa, San Francisco, CA, 94103 | Map It
  • Phone: 415/986–4400; 800/227–3804
  • Website:
  • Location: SoMa

    Hotel Details

  • 166 rooms, 112 with bath
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 05-02-2013

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