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Famous for A-list rocker guests and an artsy, cool vibe, this one-of-a-kind, converted 44-room motel may have seedy Tenderloin District surroundings and bare-bones rooms, but the unique, SoCal-style courtyard pool and happening on-site nightlife keep the hip crowd happy.

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 Famous for A-list rocker guests and an artsy, cool vibe, this one-of-a-kind, converted 44-room motel may have seedy Tenderloin District surroundings and bare-bones rooms, but the unique, SoCal-style courtyard pool and happening on-site nightlife keep the hip crowd happy.
One of the most beautiful cities in the world with loads to explore, visitors to San Francisco are sure to enjoy a few moments of relaxation at these lovely hotel pools: The St. Regis offers the best in luxury: rooms with great beds and bathrooms, 24-hour butler service, the critically-acclaimed Ame restaurant, and the Remede Spa and pool, which is a delightful place to take a dip, 24-hours-a-day. A solid budget option in Union Square, the Handlery's heated outdoor pool and open-air atrium are wonderful additions. An outpost of the generally solid "lifestyle"-focused chain, the W San Francisco in the SoMa art district offers clean, airy rooms, and above-average amenities in a whimsical, stylish setting. The 313-room Hyatt offers more style (and amenities) per dollar than the other Wharf area chain hotelsl, including a nice swimming pool and whirlpool in a courtyard setting. This 136-room historic hotel in swanky Nob Hill has an attentive staff, a quiet, intimate atmosphere, and old-world grandeur to spare. Guests can use the indoor pool and other facilities at the hotel's excellent spa for free. Situated on a somewhat desolate stretch of the artsy SoMa neighborhood, the Good Hotel earns its moniker, "hotel with a conscience." With features like a water-conserving toilet-top sink, the Good is environmentally friendly, charmingly quirky, and overall one of the best budget hotels in the city. Its access to the pool at the Americania Hotel is a bonus. Boasting ample turn-of-the-20th-century elegance and 550 rooms on only eight floors, the Palace is aptly named -- it is indeed palatial. And the pool, indoor and featuring a glass ceiling and chaise lougners, may be a destination all on its own. Famous for A-list rocker guests and an artsy, cool vibe, this one-of-a-kind, converted 44-room motel may have seedy Tenderloin District surroundings and bare-bones rooms, but the unique, SoCal-style courtyard pool and happening on-site nightlife keep the hip crowd happy.
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