Queen Anne Hotel

1590 Sutter St., San Francisco, California 94109, USA

Michele Bigley

Built in the 1890s as a girls' finishing school, this Victorian mansion's burgundy brocade, lace, heirloom antiques, stained glass, and inlaid wood floors add lots of character. Complimentary amenities include an expanded Continental breakfast, daily newspaper, iPod docking stations, and afternoon tea and sherry. The versatile parlor, salon, boardroom, library, and covered outdoor courtyard make this a popular spot for weddings.

YOU SHOULD KNOW The inn offers weekday courtesy-car service to downtown.


Guest rooms transport travelers to another era with Victorian antiques, sleigh beds, and large windows draped with thick curtains. Some rooms include a wood-burning fireplace. Modern amenities include flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi.

YOU SHOULD KNOW Rumors abound about this property's resident ghost. If you dare, ask at the front desk for details.


The light-filled bathrooms feature tiled floors and tubs. Splurge on the Jacuzzi suite for a real treat.


A large comfortable parlor and painted cherub murals greet guests. Red carpet and plush antique chairs provide additional comfort. The large dining area, often booked for weddings, houses tables to get some work done, or play a board game.


The property serves a nice complimentary Continental breakfast of muffins, fruit, sausages, coffee, and more.


In the afternoons, sit by the large windows with a glass of complimentary sherry or tea.


Getting Around

Drivers can select between street parking or a paid garage. The hotel offers an airport shuttle service (for a fee), and complimentary weekday car service to downtown. This paired with San Francisco's fabulous public transportation system (and abundance of Lyft and Uber drivers) make leaving the car at home a cinch. Buses stop within a block in each direction, connecting travelers to the beaches, downtown, museums, and BART/Muni train stations.


Nearby Pacific Heights boasts an array of fantastic eateries. For winning Thai food, sample the spicy papaya salad and seafood curries at Jitlada (5-minute walk). Also close is Japantown's abundance of restaurants hawking everything from sushi to ramen. In the Japantown Peace Plaza, line up for hearty bowls of noodles at Marufuku Ramen (7-minute walk).


Considered San Francisco's most legendary club, hosting everyone from the Grateful Dead to Prince, check the listings at The Fillmore (11-minute walk) for nightly shows. Also nearby is the Boom Boom Room (11-minute walk), a small club known for hosting stars before they break through.


Celebrating San Francisco's history by retaining the Victorian aesthetic of the railroad barons of yesteryear, this hotel promises plenty of personality and comfort within walking distance to Pacific Heights and Japantown.


Historical, Romantic, Service
41 rooms, 7 suites
Breakfast Yes
Lunch No
Dinner NO
Bar No
Cafe No
Room Service No
Parking Lot


Phones: 415-441–2828; 800-227–3970

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