San Francisco's Edwardian Hotel reopens after renovation

George Sell By George Sell
22 February 2013 | Updated 25 October 2013

US: The Edwardian Hotel in San Francisco has reopened after an 18-month renovation.

The 100-year old, 27-room property in San Francisco's Castro district was taken over by a new ownership and management team in August 2011. Their renovations have been designed to "revive this classic 1913 building and create a boutique hotel experience".

The Edwardian Hotel's rooms come in Standard Double, Standard Queen, Deluxe Queen and Deluxe Two Twin sizes.  Each boutique hotel room features a 32 inch flat screen TV, cable TV, direct dial phones, wireless internet access and private bathrooms.

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