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Jul 01, 2015
This is a sophisticated hotel, close to pretty well everything. It pitches itself at people who are working but who also want to have fun, especially San Francisco’s cultural, entrepreneurial and tech-savvy communities. The lobby has a terrific bar in the foyer that provides a great atmosphere from the moment you step in the door and past the hotel dog (a sculpture made from recycled machine parts). The art and decor emphasise the hotel's focus on recycling and reuse while still looking sharp. There is a games room with pool table, shuffleboard, ping pong, giant Jenga and game consoles.
Hotel Zetta has excellent business amenities and meeting rooms. The guestrooms are large, light and comfortable – the kind you’d happily hang out in. Wi-fi is mainly free unless you have high demand. There’s a good fitness centre and a spa next door at Westfield shopping centre. Parking for a fee. You can dine in your room though you’d probably choose to eat at The Cavalier, the British brasserie that does breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner. It’s a fine restaurant in its own right – worth the visit even if you aren’t staying at the hotel.
SoMa (South of Market) is a vibrant part of San Francisco close to galleries, museums, downtown and convention centres. It also has its share of San Francisco’s homeless and disenfranchised.
55 5th Street, San Francisco