The Archbishop's Mansion, San Francisco

The Archbishop's Mansion

1000 Fulton Street

Built for the Archbishop of San Francisco in 1904, this French chateau mansion is now a grand bed and breakfast located on charming Alamo Square Park. The mansion is surrounded by San Francisco's most plentiful collection of Victorian architecture including the famous 'Painted Ladies'. Spectacularly crafted woodwork, antiques and a sweeping staircase grace the varied common areas. Each of the 15 guestrooms and suites are individually decorated and named after an opera. All guestrooms feature four-poster or partial canopied beds, period antiques, phones with dataport, VCRs, cable TV, CD players and include a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast delivered to your room. Several rooms have whirlpool tubs, fireplaces and partial views of downtown. The Archbishop's Mansion is a non-smoking property.