In the thick of the action, a block from San Francisco’s bustling Union Square, Hotel G is offering two promotions through the end of the year as it finishes a fresh round of renovations.
Central locations aside, this hotel's new amenities will appeal to travelers who want a unique experience. The 153 rooms feature furnishings and artwork from Creativity Explored, a collective of local artists who are developmentally disabled, as well as free WiFi access. Other nice touches nod to the city's past, like a tufted denim headboard that references Levi Strauss & Co. (headquartered in San Francisco since 1853). History buffs might also appreciate that the hardwood floors of the hotel's first eight stories, along with a gorgeous wraparound staircase, are all original from the hotel's 1908 roots.
While many restaurants can be found in and around Union Square, the first of three food and drink concepts at the hotel, Klyde Cafe & Wine Bar, will open any day now with convenient all-day dining -- accented by a wine menu paired with charcuterie and cheese plates at night. Also in the works are Scarlett, a casual French brasserie, and Cooper, a craft cocktail bar.