San Francisco entices visitors with a surprising array of affordable quality lodging. On the chain side, the three Hyatt hotels downtown have distinguished themselves from other local chain properties with their strong ties to the gay community. The boutique Kimpton Group offers affordable rates, tasteful decor, limited but attentive service and hotels of distinctive character. Joie de Vivre hotels have emulated Kimpton's formula, but with more eclectic hotels. Even when convention business sells out San Francisco hotels, we've found good options in the city, even discounted rates at smaller properties. Accommodations in San Francisco's charming gay epicenter, the Castro , are unfortunately few.
Moose Meadow Lodge
Charming Bed & Breakfast Hotel by Union Square - Petite Auberge
Make yourselves at home and enjoy the peace and serenity of our secluded property. With luxury guest rooms, the property includes a hot tub, hiking trails, a trout pond, and the Sky Loft - a glass enclosed gazebo at the highest point of the property with panoramic views. Whether you love skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, biking, hunting, fishing, antiquing, fine dining, the arts, or simply getting some rest, the Moose Meadow Lodge is a best location to do everything or nothing at all. The friendly village of Waterbury, where you'll find everything you need, is only three miles away. Are you ready for fresh air, peace and quiet? You're sure to find it at the Moose Meadow Lodge.
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And rest easy in a place just as welcoming as home. From complimentary breakfast basket taken on our garden patio to evening fireside chats where connections form over glasses of local wine gratis, of course , this is the Inn Life. Won't you please join? How do you measure charm?
Being smack dab in the cultural The designated hotel for visiting presidents and heads of state, The Fairmont sits on the top of Nob Hill like a crowning glory. The sumptuous lobby is decorated A small, stylish hotel that doubles as an art gallery, the Hotel des Arts is hidden away at the top of a nondescript staircase in the French Quarter. Rooms are cozy