Hotel Bohème

Hotel Bohème

Nestled in the heart of famous North Beach, Hotel Bohème is a unique boutique hotel with 15 beautifully appointed rooms and a gracious staff. The hotel is an homage to the Beat Generation, a literary movement that shaped American culture in the post-World War II era. It was in San Francisco, and more particularly North Beach, where most of its most influential writers and poets lived. Hotel Bohème features an eclectic mix of literary and visual motifs reflective of the Beat era, including street pictures of life in North Beach in the 1950s and early 1960s by renowned photographer Jerry Stoll. Hotel Bohème is the perfect place to stay to experience San Francisco and this memorable time in history.

To learn more about this business view their Legacy Business Registry application .

Hotel Bohème
The heartbeat of North Beach
444 Columbus Ave.
San Francisco CA 94133
Type
Hotel
Established
June 14, 1991
Added to Registry
October 11, 2022
(415) 433-9111

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