Enjoy a Unique San Francisco Lodging Experience
San Remo Hotel guests enjoy the Victorian charm and comfort of sixty-two uniquely decorated cozy rooms. Brass, iron, oak, maple, pine or wicker furniture and pedestal sinks recall turn-of-the-century San Francisco. Each room is separate and private.
Most rooms have one full size bed with or without a sink. Rooms with two twin beds are also available. For three people, rooms have one full size bed andone twin bed.
Old West Inn Meets European Pension . . .
All rooms share bath facilities reminiscent of Old West inns and European pensiones. Bath and showers are found in four convenient locations just down the hall from the bedrooms. Daily housekeeping is included in the room rate. We always have on site staff to help you.
- Laundry and personal laptop Internet facilities are available.
- Rooms do not have phones or televisions.
- A pay phone is located in the lobby.
- Our staff is happy to take messages.
- The San Remo Hotel is a
A North Beach Hotel Penthouse Suite with a View!
The San Remo Hotel rooftop Penthouse offers panoramic views of North Beach, making it a perfect San Francisco getaway for two. Our Penthouse room has a comfortable queen sized brass bed, a mini claw foot bathtub, antiques, stained glass windows and other Victorian era features.
San Francisco’s world famous skyline awaits guests: from the Art Deco-inspired Coit Tower atop Telegraph Hill to the strikingly modern Transamerica Pyramid – visible a mile away on Columbus Avenue and framed in the foreground by the Gothic spires of Saints Peter and Paul Church at Washington Square. Take in the architectural vista and then watch the evening fog roll in.
2:00 PM to 10:00 PM
and 11:00 PM on Friday and Saturday
Check-in must be before closing times. In making reservations, please advise us of your Estimated Time of Arrival.
CHECK-OUT TIME: 11:00 AM
San Remo Guests are Talking . . .
You have an extraordinary piece of history here . .
“ which continues to serve as a haven for people of today. Thank you for being our haven in San Francisco and please don't stop being uniquely San Remo. ”