Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Small Hotels - Big Personality..

I thought it would be nice to feature a hotel, since yesterdays post was about luxe travel must haves. I was hoping to find something international, but to my delight, I came across this very cool boutique hotel group in San Fransisco, CA., appropriately named Personality Hotels. It's all in the family and has been a family owned business for 25 years. Yvonne Lembi-Detert, pictured below is the woman behind these unique and very chic hotels. Two thumbs up Yvonne...for being the woman hotelier' behind all of these hot spots! Fabulous and inspirational!

Newly renovated, HOTEL VERTIGO has a hip and playful style and offers fun and fine dining at Bar Florence.

UNION SQUARE hotel was built in 1913 and has stayed true to its art deco history. This hotel offers bring the kids suites complete with Nintendo Wii, Mac computers and children's toys..

HOTEL FRANK offers comfort and a bold cosmopolitan style right in the pulsing heart of America’s most liberated city. The Frank is free thinking and fashion forward...with a Penthouse loft..Coming soon!
HOTEL DIVA is the sexy boutique hotel...complete with four Diva Design lounges and Little Diva suites..
HOTEL METROPOLIS is designed around the four elements; earth, wind, fire and water. The image is carefully created with symbolic color, design, graphics and artwork. This hotel is also kid friendly and offers "Zen Kids Suites". This hotel is also the home of Farmer Brown Restaurant known for its Neo Soul food menu and jazz music..

HOTEL KENSINGTON is located in the heart of San Fransisco and is known for is elegant grand lobby. This hotel is also the home of Farallon Restaurant which is designed to feel like an under water experience...

STEINHART HOTEL is reminiscent of the 1930's Art Deco San Fran. and exemplifies the essence of San Fransisco living. The hotel has recently undergone a total renovation and was featured in House Beautiful Magazine.

The pricing for a hotel stay can range from $79 to $750, but I think there is certainly a place to accommodate everyone. Love it!

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