Carriage InnSan Francisco, California
San Francisco has long been synonymous with freedom of self expression. Famous for many cultural revolutions - Allen Ginsberg and the Beat Generation, The Grateful Dead and the Summer of Love, Harvey Milk and gay rights - San Francisco is home to a variety of maverick individuals and communities. We’re proud of this heritage and designed The Carriage Inn as an homage to San Francisco’s eccentrics. We provide guests with a comfy bed and breakfast vibe, along with a taste of San Francisco’s counterculture.
This SOMA hotel is close to the many sights and sounds of San Francisco's metropolitan attractions, both offbeat and traditional. Go shopping at big-name department stores at the nearby Westfield San Francisco Centre or take a walk on the wild site and shop at pop-up kiosks along Market Street. Catch a Broadway musical at the Orpheum Theatre or watch drag queens while dining at Asia SF. Traverse through the streets of SOMA and you'll find all kinds of restaurant options, from hole-in-the-wall hidden gems to chic hotspots.
In San Francisco:
San Francisco Ballet
The San Francisco Ballet is the oldest professional ballet company in America, presenting 100 performances annually both locally and internationally.
San Francisco Opera
San Francisco Opera is the 2nd largest opera company in North America. The company's season contains 75 performances of ten operas at the War Memorial Opera House.
San Francisco Symphony
Established in 1911, the San Francisco Symphony has been revitalizing San Francisco's cultural life. Currently performing at Davies Symphony Hall, the Symphony can also be heard on nationally syndicated radio on almost 300 stations.
Westfield San Francisco Centre
Westfield San Francisco Centre is located right off of Market Street. This shopping mall is anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's and also features dining options, a movie theater and even a spa.