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Hotel Amenities

Hotel Amenities

Complimentary Hot Breakfast Buffet

When searching for hotels in San Francisco with free breakfast, look no further than the Golden Gate Hotel. Each morning a complimentary hot and freshly cooked breakfast of eggs, Bacon, fresh fruit, Yogurt, and more, is served at our sister hotel one block from the Golden Gate. There is a cheerful buzz about the service creating a warm café atmosphere– a civilized start to the day.

There aren’t too many San Francisco hotels with breakfast that offer as many amenities as we do at the Golden Gate Hotel. Our 23 guest rooms are delightfully decorated with antiques, wicker and original art. Many bathrooms still have the original Claw-foot Tubs and antique “Pillbox” commodes. And each of these rooms includes a hair dryer for your use.

Enjoy our “free” High-Speed WiFi throughout the Golden Gate Hotel.


Our guests may choose between rooms having a private bathroom “en suite” with either one double Queen-size bed or two single Twin beds”. Or, our “European Style” rooms which have a standard Full bed for two, a small wash- stand in the room and the shower and toilet separate, shared “down the hall”.

Tea Service

At 4 pm to 6 pm, daily tea and cookies are served. Guests love trading tips and stories of the previous day’s adventures across the joint tea table looking out over the San Francisco street behind and warming up to a cozy flames in the fireplace. Regular coffee, decaf coffee, Leland’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s English black tea with half and half and regular milk.

Accessibility (A Note to Wheelchair Users)

Our small hotel, originally constructed in 1913, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a Contributing Building in the Lower Nob Hill Apartment Hotel District. While it is a beautiful, historic building, an evaluation survey done by a Certified Access Specialist (CASp) concluded that the Golden Gate Hotel was designed and built in such a way that it is not technically feasible to eliminate the front steps at the entrance or provide an alternative, compliant means of access for those who use wheelchairs. We regret that we cannot serve you.

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