Cocktail bar opened in March as the final phase of the Tenderloin’s new Tilden Hotel. The new Tilden Hotel venue whips up craft cocktails and bites such as cheesesteaks and duck wings. Studio Tack designed custom millwork and furniture to evoke the American Craftsman style, with an expansive bar and hightop and communal tables. The Douglas Room accommodates as many as 60 people. Other private event spaces in the hotel are catered by the Douglas Room, including the penthouse with terrace, which holds as many as 100 for cocktail parties, and the Mechanic’s Room, which holds as many as 50 guests.READ MORE
4. The tech neighbourhood – Tendernob, San Francisco
…Wander a few blocks north and you’re in disputed land between seedy downtown San Fran and bourgeois Nob Hill. Some say Upper Tenderloin, others insist Lower Nob Hill; the compromise is the rather unfortunately named Tendernob. The area’s still got grit, but dense Twenties architecture swings between vaguely Parisian and ﬂamboyantly Ottoman…And with Reddit now in the neighbourhood, across from the new Tilden Hotel (doubles from AED 770; 001-415-673 2332), it can only grow as the digi-developer’s top spot for keeping it real.READ MORE
San Francisco is one of the most expensive cities in the country – in 2016, in fact, it was ranked No. 1 by GOBankingRates. It can be easy, then, to forget that San Fran was once the capital of free. Beat writers, anti-war protestors, artists and immigrants have always called the place home, managing to eke out rich lives despite having zero riches. .. Affordable and utterly cool, the Tilden was re-designed to be an oasis in the middle of the Tenderloin – AKA the last frontier in the face of San Francisco’s ever-expanding gentrification – with a hummingbird garden and a new craft cocktail bar and eatery called The Douglas Room.READ MORE
The Douglas Room is a hotel bar locals will want to go to….Until recently, the Tilden Hotel was the Hotel Mark Twain, best known for pictures of Twain and of Billie Holiday (who was arrested there in 1949, for drug possession). Its rebrand was probably crucial for a boutique hotel on Taylor Street that hangs on its proximity to Union Square address but is most certainly in the Tenderloin…by Peter Lawrence KaneREAD MORE
We all know a hipster hotel when we see one — the reclaimed wood, repurposed materials, retro furniture, and a mustachioed hotel clerk who hands you a craft cocktail along with your old-fashioned room key at the front desk — which doubles as the lobby bar, of course.READ MORE
Previously known as the Mark Twain Hotel, this hotspot in the ever-evolving Tenderloin area underwent a stunning multi-million dollar makeover in 2017. Perfectly situated on the edge of the Tenderloin and within a quick walk of Union Square, this stylish boutique hotel can offer the adventures of the Tenderloin and the more traditional tourist attractions all around Union Square.READ MORE
Renovations are breathing new life into San Francisco’s older boutique hotels. The new designs incorporate modern design and high-end finishes and expand services such as a larger fitness center, more lobby seating, and technology such as keyless entry and high-speed internet…The Tilden Hotel
Architect/Designer: Studio Tack and Stanton Architecture
Completion: March 2017
The former Hotel Mark Twain turned Tilden Hotel underwent a complete renovation. The lobby provides more communal seating for socializing, working, meeting and celebrating. Solid cherrywood walls and custom furniture constructed by Oakland-based designer Christopher Naefke are throughout the lobby.
The overarching theme of the design is organic textures and colors, clean lines and airy, well-lit spaces. The guest rooms offer a simple and serene design. The exterior was freshly painted and consists of a black tile base at lobby level and a white exterior.
The Hotel Mark Twain began operating as the Tilden Hotel in October 2016 with the renovation completed in March. The property’s new restaurant and bar, The Douglas Room, opened earlier this year…by Julie LittmanREAD MORE
For Poetry Lovers: Tilden This modernist hotel, whose renovation wrapped in March, is decorated with local art and hosts a rotating roster of artists in residence. It’s even home to a poet in residence, Tenderloin-based Jesse Johnson, who can often be found at the hotel’s watering hole, the Douglas Room. There’s an expansive lobby and bar, where food is served until 1 a.m. The Hummingbird Garden, with lush greenery and a babbling brook, is an ideal spot to read a slim book of verse.READ MORE
#9 La Di Da Di (The Douglas Room, San Francisco). In the boutique Tilden Hotel in downtown San Francisco, The Douglas Room… Playing off a Moscow Mule served in a blackened copper mug, this drink goes for greater depth with the usual vodka, lime and ginger beer enhanced by grapefruit cordial, black lava sea salt, fresh ginger, Domaine de Canton ginger liqueur and a splash of Bundaberg rosy guava soda… by Virginia MillerREAD MORE
#9 Tele Novela (The Douglas Room, Tilden Hotel, San Francisco). The Tele Novela just feels like spring: a tall refresher of Partida tequila, celery, strawberry, lemon Chareau California aloe liqueur with a touch of aquavit for added savory herbal notes…by Virginia MillerREAD MORE
Thanks to openings like the Japanese bathhouse and tea room, Onsen, the gritty-around-the-edges Tenderloin may be San Francisco’s fastest changing nabe – and it finally has a hotel that it deserves. The 1928-built Mark Twain Hotel has undergone a top-to-bottom transformation to be reborn as the Tilden.READ MORE
With a buzzing lobby bar designed by Studio Tack, this boutique spot in the the up-and-coming Tenderloin is squarely aimed at a hip, younger crowd—plus, the café is stocked with scones and brownies from local favorite Jane.READ MORE
In the edgy Tenderloin neighbourhood, the Tilden is an artistic, design-savvy remake of a vintage Art Deco hotel. Come for the cocktails, the social scene and rooms with clean-lined design, little luxuries and high-tech touches. There’s even a secret garden at the back. Public transit stops nearby.READ MORE
Centered in San Francisco’s trendy and historic Tenderloin district, The Tilden Hotel exudes authenticity and personality. The hotel, which is located in a historic 1928 building, was entirely redesigned by founder Stephen Yang and designer Brian Smith.READ MORE
The Tilden Hotel was also completed in March 2017. The hotel is a Point Hospitality Group property led by Yang, who can count The NoMad and Ace Hotel Palm Springs among the feathers in his cap during his tenure with Square Mile Capital Partners, a controlling investor in both projects.READ MORE
The Tilden, a new boutique hotel in the former Hotel Mark Twain, is the latest in the neighborhood’s renaissance, following in the footsteps of Onsen, the Saratoga, Hero Shop, In Fiore, the Joint—all design-forward businesses drawing cultured San Franciscans (in droves) to the notoriously gritty area in search of a culinary, fashion, or beauty fix.READ MORE
Northern California has long been a hit with mega-meetings. In San Francisco alone, Moscone Center’s 2 million-square-foot collection of buildings has hosted everyone from Salesforce’s Dreamforce citywide to Meeting Professionals International’s Annual Conference.READ MORE
Behind The Lyrics. The Tilden Hotel is the latest in a flurry of new galleries, bars and shops to hit the Tenderloin. Brooklyn-based Studio Tack designed the boutique inn and adjacent restaurant, the Douglas Room, with an eye toward 1970s glamour – the lobby sets the tone with its purple Harvey Prober tufted sofa and custom Ateller deTroupe chandelier. There’s even a poet in residence…READ MORE
The Tilden Hotel, tucked away in San Francisco has been firmly added to our hotel lust list. Housed in an historic 1928 building and straddling the historic Union Square neighborhood and the vibrant, up-and-coming Tenderloin, acting like a little bridge between, the Tilden was entirely redesigned by owner Stephen Yang and designer Brian Smith.READ MORE
OK, maybe don’t attempt this one if you’re a serial plant-killer, but oversize greenery—like this money tree at San Francisco’s Tilden Hotel — helps make an otherwise minimal space feel inviting. In fact, flora of any kind instantly relaxes us, reinforcing the whole “escape” thing hotels do so well.READ MORE
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