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Hotel Zelos
Hotel Zelos
Hotel Zelos
Hotel Zelos
Hotel Zelos
Hotel Zelos
Hotel Zelos
Formerly Hotel Palomar

Hotel Zelos brims with understated luxury. Rooms are kitted out with on-demand movies and music, in-room spa services upon request, and a complimentary honor bar stocked with organic treats. The hotel’s 4th and Market Street location puts it within walking distance of Union Square, AT&T Park and the Moscone Center. For further distances, guests can borrow free bikes. The hotel’s crowning jewel, though, is Dirty Habit, it’s rooftop restaurant and bar. A favorite among locals as well as tourists, Dirty Habit’s film-noir-inspired dining room offers guests a chance to play the part of old Hollywood glamour while nibbling on seasonally inspired dishes like seared king salmon and sipping inventive craft cocktails (try the Bonzai, a mix of whiskey, orgeat, grapefruit, lemon, and matcha green tea).
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Neighborhood Vibe
Step outside the Hotel Palomar, and find yourself in the heart of San Francisco's downtown, with Union Square shopping, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and public transportation a quick walk away. Walk east down Market Street to get to the Embarcadero and the culinary delights of the Ferry Building. After the commuters leave and daily hustle and bustle slows, you are left with beautiful views of the skyline and the Bay Bridge.  
Need to Know
Rooms: 195 guestrooms and suites. Rooms start at $195.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check out: noon 
Dining options: The noir-inspired Dirty Habit, on the hotel's fifth floor, breaks food and beverage rules in the best possible way. Chef David Bazirgan says he doesn’t limit himself by cuisine; instead, his dishes, such as the “up in smoke” fondue, are inspired by what he feels in a given moment. Bar manager Brian Means wants to lead patrons into the cocktail world by creating “simple but different” drinks. Seductively named beverages like Femme Fatale and Leather & Lace should do the trick.
Spa and gym details: The 24-hour fitness center overlooks the property’s Zen Garden. Though there’s no physical spa, in-room spa services (massages, body treatments and facials) bring wellness directly to guests. Services are offered from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. 
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Young business and leisure luxury-seekers with an inner artist.
Our favorite rooms: It’s a toss-up between the Luxury King, with its oversized bathroom and Fuji soak tub, and the Corner King, with curving, turret-style windows that hover over Market Street.
Best people-watching while you work:The standing desk, located next to the front desk.
Don’t forget: The daily Wine Hour, hosted in the lobby at 6 p.m.
Instant wheels:The garage serves as a Zipcar pick-up and drop-off location. 
12 4th St, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA