Hotel Zetta is one of the newer players in San Francisco's luxury hotel scene, opening its doors to the public in February 2013.
Hotel Zetta's approach to luxury aligns well with San Francisco's essential style—a perfect marriage between design, art, and tech. It's an imaginative vision of classy comforts and grown-up gadgets. The S+R lounge in the lobby welcomes you with swanky modernist sofas and chairs, a two-story Plinko game, artsy chandeliers, a backlit, repurposed wine bottle wall, and an iMac work station. After a few cocktails, head up to the second floor to find a room full of billiards, shuffleboards, and other retro toys and games. It's truly an adult's playground where you can work hard and play even harder.
Between the gorgeous display of contemporary decor and the wonderfully hospitable service and staff, my stay at Hotel Zetta was a sheer pleasure and truly inspired my creative intellect. It's a creative escape that cleverly tempers the worlds of intense work and serious play.
I would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a centrally-located, upscale, trendy, tech-focused, and artsy alternative to luxury chain hotels.
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Post-Run Breakfast in Bed
Sometimes working remotely is a drag when all you want to do is explore the city around you, but the spacious and light room - and big fluffy bed - at Hotel Zetta make it easy. And the in-room dining menu is darn good.