Fairmont San Francisco
The only Nob Hill mansion to survive the 1906 earthquake and fire is this neoclassical brownstone, which despite its grandeur lacks...
San Francisco's poshest park, Huntington's 1.3 acres mark the crest of Nob Hill. At the center rises the 'Fountain of the Tortoises,' a...
Masonic Auditorium and Temple
Conspiracy theorists, rock aficionados and anyone exploring immigrant roots must know the Masonic Auditorium. Built as a temple to...
Tonight's San Francisco weather: 100% chance of tropical rainstorms every 20 minutes, but only around the top-40 band playing on the...
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Traverse the lobby toward the Pavilion Room, then out glass doors to a deliciously kitsch rooftop courtyard and edible garden. Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan was brought in to fix the Fairmont after the devastating 1906 earthquake, and her pioneering use of reinforced concrete has stood the test of time here.