This Viceroy group outpost soars with its boho tribute to the city's days of yore.
Right in the beating heart of San Francisco, Hotel Zeppelin brings guests in for a soft landing less than two blocks from Union Square. Looking like something off a 1960s album cover, the hotel cuts a funky figure in keeping with San Francisco’s artsy, bohemian vibe thanks to an unlikely — but successful — mash-up of historic architecture and contemporary design. Think details like black-lit poetry verses, edgy rock-and-roll décor and mid-century modern furnishings. A mod-chic lobby and common spaces beg for a cocktail party, and you can even spin your own tunes on retro record players in some of the 196 forward-thinking guest rooms. A contemporary fitness studio commandeers the top floor of the property, and and to keep guests up to date, the hotel provides free digital access to The New York Times.
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