Tenderloin siempre ha sido una parte de la ciudad a evitar. El nombre viene de los díasen que los policías cobraban un extra portrabajar en sus calles y, por tanto, podíanpermitirse comprar solomillo (su significadoliteral).READ MORE
My San Francisco weekend travel guide is finally here and I’m so excited to share it with you! We crammed in as much as we could during our 3 day-ish stay. We arrived on January 26 and the weather felt like Autumn in Toronto.READ MORE
…Inside Job. For hotels with on-site restaurants, delivery from an unaffiliated eatery can mean lost business—not to mention the potential security headache of unvetted delivery-people roaming the halls. The solution: cleverly packaged “delivery” from their own restaurants. The Tilden Hotel in San Francisco (from $199 a night, tildenhotel.com), which opened in March, boasts “brown bag room service” from its Douglas Room restaurant; menu items include duck confit wings, quinoa salad and a Philly cheesesteak….READ MORE
Slap bang in the middle of San Francisco’s The Tenderloin, The Tilden its an artsy affair that embraces its neighbourhood’s ongoing development. One of the city’s last unaffected districtsREAD MORE
BEST LIST: Tilden Hotel named one of the top 21 Hot New HotelsREAD MORE
We know what you’ve been thinking. It’s really time somebody around here showed a little damn commitment to hoagies. Well, think no more, because here’s the Douglas Room, a new hotel-anchored bar. Unlike their other hidden spots, this one’s pretty easy to find: just stroll in through the lobby of the newly renovated Tilden Hotel. Or the outdoor entrance that’s marked separately with (gasp) a sign. Next you’ll lead your accompanying friend/date/coworker up to the gorgeous cherrywood bar. Proceed to marvel together at the copper-leaf-coated, distressed and tchotchke-adorned walls, and note that this place feels both new (which it is) yet still like the homey neighborhood haunt you’ve been dreaming of (which is what they were going for)… by Joe StarkeyREAD MORE
There’s a lot to love about the new Tilden Hotel, and we’re not just talking about the inexpensive rate. The ground floor feels more like a living room than a lobby, and its soon-to-open restaurant and curbside coffee shop promises to be the Tenderloin neighborhood’s new social hub.READ MORE
Douglas Tilden was an internationally acclaimed California sculptor whose magnificent monuments, including the Mechanics at Bush, Battery and Market Streets, still decorate the city. Tilden Hotel as a creative and community-friendly place with a commitment to neighborhood artists. Check out the four large-scale pieces in the lobby from local Jenny Kiker…Cocktails, art, and food meet at the Tilden Hotel.READ MORE
The Tilden Hotel, a Point Hospitality Group property located in San Francisco’s historic Tenderloin district near Union Square, said it selected OpenKey mobile key technology to elevate its guest experience.READ MORE
Travel Briefing – Global. San francisco for that bit of edge at The Tilden… Issue 107, volume 11 p254-255READ MORE
The newly opened Tilden Hotel offers room prices as low as $119 in the Tenderloin, one of San Francisco’s sketchiest neighborhoods. In a city where the average hotel room costs $397 a night, it’s a steal — as long as you’re OK with staying on the gritty side of town.READ MORE
This month, S.F.’s up-and-coming Tenderloin lands another buzzworthy resident: The Tilden Hotel. The 116-room, two-suit boutique gateway from Point Hospitality Group takes over the former Hotel Mark Twain with a redesign by Studio tack.READ MORE
Tuxedos are back in style. You’ll spot them all over New York, at the Beekman Hotel downtown, at the Grill in the former Four Seasons space, at Flora Bar inside the Met Breuer museum.READ MORE
One of the best things about San Francisco is that you can always find exceptional food. Whether you’re dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant or walking the streets of the Mission in the middle of the night, you can find innovative and delicious cuisine everywhere—including at some of the city’s best bars. I’m talking about bars that are known for their cocktails, but also have chefs churning out tasty burgers, wings, and more. Here are the best cocktail bars where you’ll also find a sensational snack or meal… The Douglas Room at the Tilden Hotel… by Katie SweeneyREAD MORE
This new Tenderloin property is like a grown-up Ace Hotel. Copies of Lapham’s Quarterly and The Thing sit on a coffee table in the lobby. A retail kiosk sells Public Supply notebooks and Marvis toothpaste, and room service is delivered in brown paper bags.READ MORE
The Tilden Hotel’s (345 Taylor St.) furnishings have a crisp, organic feel that will surely give you a refresher surely be a stylish sanctuary from the sensory explosion that is downtown San Francisco.READ MORE
The Tilden Hotel will be housed in a handsome historic 1928 building, formerly known as The Hotel Mark Twain. The extensive renovation will include: A completely new lobby/social hub that blends together simple, modern furniture, expansive archways and warm wood paneling; all 118 guestrooms updated; 5,000 square-feet of meeting and event space; and Curbside Café serving Equator Coffee.READ MORE
Deluxe Queens from £153, room only. Got a car? Book the hotel’s valet parking — at £15 a day, it’s half what you’ll pay elsewhere in the area (001415 673 2332, tildenhotel.com).
Everything Studio Tack touches seems to turn to gold. This certainly rings true for one of the design firm’s latest projects, San Francisco’s Tilden Hotel. Located in the building that formerly housed the Mark Twain Hotel, the property features light wood surfaces and classic California style.READ MORE
A small pocket of the Tilden Hotel’s lobby houses the Douglas Room. A portrait of Prince greets you when you enter this tiny bar. After dark, old school hip hop fills the space. Order 80s themed cocktails like the Purple Rain, or craft brews paired with shishito peppers.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
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