Originally built in the 1920's this hotel was originally a private club. There are 92 spacious rooms offering a classic sense of luxury. The architecture of the building is Spanish-Gothic.
Complimentary tea and sherry are seved every evening in the Grand Lobby. Valet Parking (with in/out) about 40 USD per car per day.
The hotel hosts the city's most celebrated new restaurant, Farallon, offering contemporary coastal cuisine showcased in an underwater fantasy.
Rooms are furnished with Queen Anne antiques. All have a desk, fridge, hairdryer, complimentary wirless internet, bathrobes, iron/board and cable TV.