6 Stylish New Hotels for All of Your Out-of-Town Guests (or a Luxe Staycation for You)

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.


A Modern Guide to the Tenderloin: Posh Hotels, Swank Cocktails + All the Eats

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.


The Tilden Hotel to Open in October

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.


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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,

The Best Hotels in San Francisco Will Lure You to the Bay Area

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.


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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.


Haute Hipster Hotel Alert: The Tilden Joins the Renaissance in the Tenderloin

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.


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Remodeled in 2017 by Brooklyn’s Studio Tack, this 1928 hotel (formerly known at the Hotel Mark Twain) has a new lease on life.


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Although it has its fair share of chain hotels and standard stays, the beauty of San Francisco is in the details. Book in at one of the city’s boutique hotels for a more personal, chic stay. Our recommendation? The Tilden Hotel.