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Hotel Zeppelin

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- Contemporary, distinctive hotel
- 196 stylish rooms and suites
- Chic communal areas
- Great central location

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Hotel Zeppelin is a contemporary, boutique style hotel in a central location in San Francisco, USA. This substantial, sleekly designed property sits in the heart of the city, a block from the shopping, dining, and theatre hub of Union Square. Stylish, funky, and pet-friendly, the hotel offers 196 contemporary rooms and suites, along with a bar, restaurant, gym, and games room. It will suit travellers seeking a distinctive, smart hotel offering a range of accommodation options within easy reach of all amenities.

Communal areas feature monochrome tones and exposed brickwork contrasted with vivid splashes of colour. The hotel’s Rambler Restaurant and Bar serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner plus relaxed weekend brunches, offering a contemporary Californian menu using locally sourced ingredients. The chic Mantel Bar, a popular venue for guests and locals, has comfy seating surrounding an impressive open fireplace. The Den is a games room for all ages, complete with basketball hoops, snooker tables, and bingo! There’s also a gym with views over the city. Onsite and valet parking are available, subject to extra charge, and complimentary Wi-Fi is provided in all communal areas.

The Zeppelin is ideally located just a short walk from Union Square, close to buzzing Chinatown, Bloomingdales at Westfield, and bohemian Haight Street. The hotel offers bicycle and electric scooter hire, subject to availability.

The accommodation comprises 196 well-appointed units, varying in size from the modest ‘superior’ room to more spacious suites. All rooms and suites are stylishly furnished with a double or twin beds, smart ensuite bathrooms, a writing desk and chair. All come with satellite TV, hot drink facilities, blackout blinds and Wi-Fi. In-room dining is available and there’s also a laundry service. Suites offer additional living space including separate lounges, and quirky additions such as a record player with a selection of vinyl. Largest of all, the Zeppelin Suite boasts airy bay windows and impressive floor space including a bedroom with king size bed, a bathroom and additional walk in shower room, a lounge with a fireplace and pull-out sofa bed, a media room, a compact kitchenette, and a private outdoor roof terrace complete with music system.

Children of all ages are welcome. ‘Premier’ rooms can accommodate two double beds, whilst Family Suites offer a bedroom with two double beds and a separate lounge with work desk and chair, satellite TV, a turntable with a selection of vinyl, and Wi-Fi. A number of interconnecting rooms are also available, subject to advance request.

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