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Completely renovated in 2017 and now boasting a sleek, updated 1950s mod-style, this small boutique hotel sits right next to Union Square. It also offers all of the amenities you’d expect from a large hotel combined with the personal attention of an inn small enough for the staff to actually remember your name. If you’re feeling flush, book the Alma Spreckels Suite, designed in honor of the late, great (she was over 6 ft. tall!) San Francisco philanthropist who was the model for the Goddess of Victory statue atop the Dewey Monument in Union Square. Morton’s Steak House, located next door, provides the room service. A complimentary continental breakfast and hosted evening wine hour are just two of the perks found here.