San Francisco Proper Hotel

1100 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States



Finely attuned to the city traveler, San Francisco Proper Hotel is a sophisticated-cool mix of 131 guest rooms and suites. The re-imagined landmark combines the plush yet tailored design of Kelly Wearstler with premium details and amenities tailored to the most discerning traveler.  Postcard-perfect views, inside and out, are reason enough to linger all day in our Modernist-inspired rooms and exuberant suites, all outfitted with amenities like walk-in rainshowers, Aesop bath products, cloud-like beds and an intoxicating assemblage of painterly wallcoverings. Social gathering points for the dynamic Mid-Market neighborhood, Villon, La Bande and Charmaine’s iconic rooftop haven present an array of inspired menus and settings for dining and drinking from morning through night.  San Francisco Proper is a reimagining of the past, present, and future of the city through the integrated lens of timeless design, intuitive service, and attention to detail.  Welcome to the Paris of the West.

Exclusive Amenities

  • Continental Breakfast for two daily
  • $100 Food and Beverage credit, per room, per stay
The following amenities are subject to availability at the time of check-in/departure:
  • Upgrade
  • Early Check-in
  • Late Check-out

2024  |  Suite Privileges

Combinable with Exclusive Amenities listed above. A two-night minimum stay applies for Suite Privileges.

  • US$100 Food & Beverage credit, once per stay

Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM

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