Hotel Zeppelin

Someone Turned Rock and Roll into a Boutique Hotel

A Whole Lotta Love at Hotel Zeppelin in San Francisco

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Sex. Drugs. Rock and roll.

Also, shuffleboard. Don’t forget shuffleboard.

Because you’ll definitely get the last one at Hotel Zeppelin, a just-opened 196-room boutique property in San Francisco inspired by the city’s artistic and musical heritage.

To understand the vibe here, think Grace Slick. Think Grateful Dead. Think Beat Generation. Think Summer of Love. Now just stop thinking about all that. It’s 2016. This place knows it.

So yes, your bathroom is wallpapered with psychedelic lettering and you may find a vintage record player in your room, but you’re mostly in a place with leather headboards, contemporary furnishings and this thing called wi-fi.

And sure, they’ve named suites after legendary SF street performer Mr. Smiley and famed civic nudist Gypsy Taub, but this place comes from the team behind Hotel Zetta, so they’ve attended to all your contemporary hotel needs, especially if those needs include competitive skee-ball.

See, you’ll probably want to head down to Peace, the 1,300-square-foot game room featuring skee-ball, shuffleboard and a giant bingo wall.

But it’s a very rock-and-roll giant bingo wall.

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