A buzzy corner, a 1909 flatiron building, a rich pastiche of colors, textures, and design styles from Kelly Wearstler—San Francisco Proper Hotel sits at the crossroads between the city’s historic splendor and its glistening present.
A beacon for the energy coursing through San Francisco’s Mid-Market area, San Francisco Proper Hotel resides in a beloved flatiron building built in 1904 by the city’s pioneer of lavish Beaux-Arts architecture, Albert Pissis. Inspired by the city’s and the building’s past, interior designer Kelly Wearstler takes a warm, romantic approach to the hotel design by combining classic design pieces, found vintage furniture, and local artworks from emerging talent.
The hotel’s three restaurants capture the pulse of the neighborhood. A flowing social space, the Villon restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine, drawing inspiration from SF's bountiful culinary culture and seasonal ingredients. The rooftop bar and lounge, Charmaine's, offers innovative food and drink pairings with 360-degree city views, while La Bande, situated on the spot where Market Street meets McAllister, is the perfect place to watch the bustling city flow by, thanks to its double-height glass sides.
Thanks to an influx of elite tech companies now occupying abandoned buildings along San Francisco’s grandest thoroughfare, Mid-Market has undergone a much-needed revitalization—in turn, attracting hip new restaurants and watering holes. Michelin-starred chefs are opening gourmet fast food joints and the 100-year-old Strand Theater has been resurrected to inject culture into the neighborhood. For a different view, take a ride on one of America’s oldest moving monuments, the cable car from Market Street.
The Fine Print
* Expires: 12/31/22
* For use with new bookings only
* Bookings with credits must be made directly with the hotel
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* Credits will apply to reservation total, incl. tax and on-property spend
* Non-refundable but transferable to anyone
* Full balance of credit must be used when redeemed