Inn on Castro
Lonely Planet review
A portal to the Castro's disco heyday, this Edwardian townhouse is decked out with top-end '70s-mod furnishings. Rooms are retro-cool and spotlessly kept. Exceptional breakfasts – the owner is a chef. Also rents out several nearby apartments. No elevator.
Our independent authors have visited Inn on Castro and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in San Francisco.
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