Wedged between San Francisco’s gritty Tenderloin district and its iconic Civic Center, the Phoenix Hotel is a hip boutique property with ’50s architecture.
Throughout the funky space is artwork by local artists, and a tropical courtyard and heated pool in an atmosphere that feels both chic and unpretentious.
At its restaurant Chambers, vintage rocker meets Mid-century modern style.
Enjoy its sexy, low-key vibe and seasonal, market-driven menu by chef Trevor Ogden, previously of Mission Beach Café and Umami. The menu is a veritable smorgasbord not only of tasty grub, but also artists, entertainers and assorted eye candy.
There’s drinks too, which can be enjoyed in the restaurant, lounge or poolside on the patio or in a no-reservations-required cabana at Phoenix Hotel.
The downtown location describes itself as the crash pad and launching pad for world-renowned bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, and The Killers.
Since opening in 1987, Phoenix Hotel has been a home away from home for creative spirits. It’s even been dubbed the #1 Hippest Hotel by Travel + Leisure.
Among the perks for guests is complimentary Wi-Fi and TV with HBO in all of its spacious rooms and suites, as well as free parking for all guests.
How many San Francisco hotels are the crash pad and launching pad for world-renowned bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, and The Killers?
It’s no surprise that this boutique hotel has been a home away from home for creative spirits since 1987.
In fact, they are one of the best locations for the music scene, as the doors to the hotel are just a short walk away the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and the Great American Music Hall.
The Phoenix is located at 601 Eddy Street, San Francisco, California, 94109.
For more information, visit www.jdvhotels.com/phoenix-