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Hotel Kabuki

Pros

  • Serene environment
  • Locally favored restaurant
  • Great neighborhood for repeat visitors

Cons

  • A bit of a schlep from downtown

Updated 05/02/2013

Fodor's Review

A pagoda-style boutique hotel in Japantown, the Kabuki sits two blocks from Fillmore Street and Pacific Heights. All rooms are decorated with Asian furniture, silk-lined kimono robes, Asian kettles, rice-paper shoji screens, ornamental alcoves, and original artwork. Most have their own soaking rooms, which come with a bucket, stool, and a Japanese-style tub (one foot deeper than Western tubs); and 14 boast a private redwood sauna. Some rooms offer views of the traditional

Japanese garden and waterfall, which can be enjoyed as you receive massage treatments in your room. The baseball-inspired O Izakaya Lounge serves breakfast daily and dinner Tuesday through Saturday. Guests who book through the hotel's website receive a complimentary pass to Kabuki Springs & Spa communal baths.

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Hotel Information

Address:

1625 Post St., at Laguna St., San Francisco, California, 94115, USA

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Phone:

415-922–3200; 800-533–4567

Hotel Details:

  • 204 rooms, 14 suites
  • No meals

Updated 05/02/2013

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