For more than 113 years, the halls of The San Remo Hotel has seen travelers from all over the globe who come to immerse themselves and get lost in the old-world charm of this historic Victorian Italianate landmark. Built by A.P. Giannini, the founder of Bank of America, in 1906, it was the first home to the workers and servicemen who set to work rebuilding the city after the famous 1906 earthquake. Since then it has seen artists who have paid their way with their art, fisherman who need a place to sleep off of their boats for the night, students on their vacation trips, families who are traveling on a budget, and explorers who need only a place to rest their head while seeking out exciting places, new and old.
It is a magical place of history and San Franciscan tradition, and some believe it to be haunted. San Francisco's best-kept secret is nestled and tucked conveniently between North Beach, the Italian part of town, and Fisherman's Wharf. Telegraph and Russian Hills border it on the East and West. From our Penthouse Suite, on the roof, you can catch a glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, and the rooftops of the many residents of this beautiful city by the bay.
North Beach is truly one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in all of San Francisco, and it hosts one of the most beautiful hotels in the bay area. Come be a part of its history and travel back to when times were simpler and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.