A colleague and I spent a night in San Francisco visiting friends at the end of a business trip out West. We arrived at the Grove Inn, a historic Victorian, and were met by the owner, who was friendly and helpful as we unloaded. We engaged him in conversation about the city, and he gave us advice on how to get around. He told us about the history of the inn and how he came to own and renovate it. Our room was clean, if simple, and the location was on a tree-lined side street just a stone's throw from Alamo Square Park and the Painted Ladies, yet in the heart of the city. We had a parking spot next to the inn for a nominal fee. We had to be at the airport before breakfast, and he provided coffee and pastries for us. It was just what we wanted for the money. Perfect!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Grove Inn, family owned and operated since 1983, is opening it's doors after extensive renovations. All of the rooms have been freshly updated and tastefully decorated. Originally built as a Gold Rush boarding house in the 1800's, the Italianate Victorian style inn is located in San Francisco's historic Alamo Square district. The Grove Inn is located in a picturesque part of the city, one block from the famous "Painted Ladies" Victorian houses, and centrally located in San Francisco. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Grove Hotel San Francisco
- Grove Inn b&b