San Francisco, CA
Built for the Archbishop of San Francisco in 1904, the French chateau mansion is now the Archbishops Mansion bed and breakfast located on charming Alamo Square Park.
The mansion is surrounded by San Francisco's most plentiful collection of Victorian architecture including the famous 'Painted Ladies'. Spectacularly crafted woodwork, antiques, and a sweeping staircase grace the varied common areas.
Each of the 15 guest rooms and suites are individually decorated and named after an opera.
All guest rooms at the San Francisco Archbishops Mansion feature four-poster or partial canopied beds, period antiques, phone with data port, VCRs, Cable TV, CD players, and include a complimentary deluxe Continental Breakfast.
Several rooms have whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, and partial views of downtown. The Archbishop's Mansion is a no-smoking property.
1000 Fulton St., San Francisco, CA 94117, USA