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Wellness Factors

  • Non-Smoking Hotel

    Non-Smoking Hotel

    smoke-free premises

  • Fitness Center

    Fitness Center

    state-of-the-art Technogym fitness center

  • Fitness Programs

    Fitness Programs

    stretching + yoga classes

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Green Features

  • Whole World Water

    water sales invested in clean + safe water projects worldwide

  • Clean the World Partner

    recycles slightly used soaps to promote global hygiene

  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

    natural Bigelow toiletries

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Community Impact

  • Local Artisan Products

    pieces from Creativity Explored

  • Local Farmers Program

    produce sourced from within 100 miles

  • Locally Sourced Furnishings

    sourced from local NorCal producers

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Go green with Hotel G during your next stay in San Francisco.

The Setting

Hotel G, a block from Union Square, is a one-of-a-kind San Francisco boutique hotel, characterized by classic details (like original 1908 wood flooring) combined with contemporary eco-luxury (yes, please). If ever there was a Kind hotel, evidenced by organic ingredients, natural toiletries, a recycling program, and energy- and water-efficient fixtures (and that’s just the beginning), this is it. You could say that the Hotel G puts the “g” in giving!
 

Sleep and Sanctuary

The 150 guestrooms of Hotel G are simple and clean, yet relaxing and modern, making for a home away from home in San Francisco. Whimsical, homey touches top it all off, such as potted plants, cozy blankets, and creative art. Guestroom highlights include refrigerators, HDTVs, Nespresso machines, and complimentary Wi-Fi. This may actually be better than home!
 

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Dinner has never tasted so good while simultaneously being so good for you. The standards are high at Hotel G for food that’s both good and good for you, meeting the certified standards of fair trade, protected harvest, USDA organic, sustainable seafood, and marine stewardship council blue eco-label. Chef Sam Fechheimer melds quality ingredients into delectable, fresh, drool-worthy food across two restaurants and an oyster bar. Your body and taste buds will thank you.

  • Klyde Café and Wine Bar – This modern American bistro serves traditional dishes on a menu featuring both small plates and larger main entrees. May we recommend the harissa mint veggie burger with tomatoes, lettuce, and pickled red onion, with the option to add avocado, if you please. Pair this with any number of savory small plates, like the smoked eggplant, cucumbers and radishes, or a bowl of marinated olives. Finish it with a glass of wine, sourced from a large variety of both local and international wineries, since you’re practically in wine country after all.
     
  • Three 9 Eight Brasserie – The menu at this trendy spot is Euro-American inspired, great for sharing, and includes a variety of meat and seafood entrées, salads, and pastas. We recommend a bowl of tomato-basil bisque, followed by marinated hearts of palm with mixed greens and avocado herb vinaigrette. But you don’t want to pass on dessert with options like seasonal berries with amaretto and a daily selection of sorbets. You’re welcome.
     
  • Benjamin Cooper – The motto at this spunky joint is simply, “Happy drinks, happy people,” and we couldn’t agree more. Bartenders mix seasonal ingredients with the finest craft spirits amidst an atmosphere that’s intimate, yet warm and communal. Doubling as an oyster bar, the term “dinner and drinks” just went next-level.

A rooms service menu is also available–simply call the concierge for assistance.

The Art of De-stressing

Do you body good at Hotel G’s state-of-the-art fitness center, or if you prefer group settings for stretching it out, join one of the hotel’s many yoga and stretching classes. For a more traditional type of de-stressing, try your hand (literally) at the hotel’s knitting class, where a handmade scarf or hat will come in handy (pun intended) amidst that San Francisco wind.

While Union Square is famous for its shopping, don’t forget a visit to the G Shop, featuring local treasures and artisan keepsakes, along with various travel necessities that perhaps didn’t make your carry-on. Hotel G knows what you need before you know you need it.

  • Yoga Programs

    morning yoga (seasonal)

  • Handicap Accessible

    hearing impaired, vision impaired, physical disabilities, accessible travel paths

  • Restaurant

  • Happy Hour

    wine dinners

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Gym

  • Local Car Service

  • Complimentary Coffee/Tea

  • Ipod Dock

  • Laundry Facility

  • Conference Rooms

  • Mini Fridge

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Air Conditioning

  • Public Transportation

  • Bar Lounge

  • Baby Crib Service

Guestrooms

Guestroom sizes include queens, kings, and double rooms. With homey, cozy rooms outfitted with even cozier beds, you’ll get up each morning, but it’ll be kicking and screaming.
 

Suites

The Greatest King rooms are your cream of the crop, both in size and amenities. Enjoy the same great coziness and amenities as standard rooms, but with the perk of a separate sitting area. Spread out and enjoy. 

  • Check In
    3PM
  • Check Out
    12PM
Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Dine at AQ, where both the menu and décor are seasonally inspired
  • Follow Off the Grid for traveling food trucks at local markets (just the best)
  • Check out the Boxed Foods Company for local, organic takeaway
Conscious Culture
Mindful Adventures
Do Good for the Day
  • Volunteer with G's charity partner, Creativity Explored, or attend an exhibition, showcasing the creative talent of developmentally disabled local artists
  • Hotel G also works with Boxed Water is Better–drink boxed and support their cause
  • Make some four-legged friends at the no-kill SF SPCA, another of G's partners
Be Kind to Yourself
HOW TO GET THERE

386 Geary St., San Francisco, CA 94102


By Plane
  • 14.1mi from San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (Taxi: approx. $64)
  • 20.4mi from Oakland International Airport (OAK) (Taxi: approx. $84)
By Train
  • Caltrain – Arrive at San Francisco Station
By Bus/Metro
  • The SFMTA site will help you get around the city!
  • BART – Closest stop: Powell St. Station
By Automobile
  • Valet parking is available for fee (slightly more for oversized vehicles)
By Uber
  • Get the app here 
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